Dunstable Town 0 King’s Lynn Town 4
Tuesday 17th October
Tuesday 17th October
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
01 Slough Town 14 34
02 King's Lynn Town 14 34
03 Weymouth 15 31
04 Kettering Town 13 30
05 Hereford 14 30
06 Redditch United 15 27
07 Tiverton Town 15 26

Thurlow Nunn Div One
01  Woodbridge Town 12 32
02  Kings Lynn T Res 15 31
03  Swaffham Town 14 28
04  Whitton United 12 27
05  Norwich CBS 13 26
06  Framlingham Town 10 24
07  Leiston Reserves 15 24

Last season Lynn recorded some good, perhaps surprising, victories. The 4-0 win over Chippenham Town and 5-2 against Slough being examples but then they let themselves down with points dropped against lower opposition; the home defeat against St Neots and draws against Cambridge City and Cirencester come to mind. In fact out of a possible 42 points against the bottom six clubs Lynn managed just 18. Not so this season.
Although it is early days Lynn have secured maximum points so far in their meetings with the bottom six, the only blip being the goalless draw against currently seventh from bottom Frome Town.
Against Dunstable Town, Lynn came up against an in-form keeper, albeit a stand-in one, otherwise the margin of victory might have been much greater.
Kieran Ogden denied Tom Siddons and Michael Clunan but Lynn took a deserves lead on 27 minutes when Ryan Hawkins broke into the box and lifted the ball over Ogden to score.
Michael Clunan penalty
Lynn had to wait until five minutes after the break to increase their lead, Ogden being the villain this time, bringing down Sam Gaughran and Clunan scoring from the resultant penalty.
The final two goals came from defenders, both scoring for the first time this season. Sam Gaughran got on the scoresheet with a back post header on 76 minutes and Ryan Fryatt completed matter with a final minute header from substitute Simon Lappin's free kick.
Lynn: Street, Norman, Blake-Tracy, Gaughran, Fryatt, Jarvis, Clunan (McQuaid 77), Parker, Gash, Siddons (Holt 56), Hawkins (Lappin 63). Subs: Ward, Lappin, Hilliard, McQuaid, Holt. Booked: Fryatt. Scorers: Hawkins 27, Clunan 50 (Pen), Gaughran 76, Fryatt 90
Attendance: 129
Photo Liam Smith (L-Smith Photography)