Gosport Borough 1 King's Lynn Town 7
Tuesday 6th February
Tuesday 6th February
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
01 King's Lynn Town 33 72
02 Hereford 29 68
03 Weymouth 33 66
04 Kettering Town 31 64
05 Slough Town 26 54
06 Chesham United 32 53
07 Tiverton Town 31 53

Thurlow Nunn Div One
02  Whitton United 26 66
03  Framlingham Town 24 60
04  Swaffham Town 26 55
05  Kings Lynn T Res 26 53
06  Braintree Town Res 25 49
07  Norwich CBS 26 45
08  Debenham LC 26 41

Lynn equalled their biggest Southern League away win when they defeated relegation strugglers Gosport Borough. Bedworth United were on the end of a 6-0 thrashing when Lynn visited in January 1974.
Lynn, with an unchanged team from that which knocked five past Dunstable Town, took the lead on five minutes, Dion Frary heading home Michael Clunan's free kick for his first goal for the club.
Joe Lea tested Alex Street in the Lynn goal but in their next attack Ryan Hawkins dispossessed a home defender and slotted home into the bottom right corner to double Lynn's lead.
Michael Gash had a goal disallowed for offside and then Lea did get his name on the scoresheet on 35 minutes latching onto Craig McAllister's ball inside the box to give the home side hope but Lynn restored their two-goal advantage in first half injury time as Hawkins converted a threaded pass into the area.
Seven minutes after the restart Hawkins completed his hat trick and then Ryan Fryatt added a fifth on 57 minutes.
Stephane Bombelenga hit the bar with a free kick from some 30 yards for Gosport but Lynn resumed their scoring. Gash tapped home a low cross into the box for Lynn's sixth and substitute Tom Siddons added a seventh in stoppage time.
Gosport: O'Flaherty, Watts, Crucery (Sharp h/t), Smith, Wakely (Suraci 25), Sanders, Brookes, Hall, McAllister, Lea, Bombelenga (76). Subs: Rawkins, Hackson, Mayes, Sharp, Suraci. Scorer: Lea 35
Lynn: Street, Norman, Blake-Tracy, Frary, Fryatt, Jarvis (Siddons 68), Clunan, Parker (McQuaid 73), Gash, Hawkins (Hilliard 59), Lappin. Subs: Siddons, Hilliard, McQuaid. Scorers: Frary 5, Hawkins 14, 45+1, 52, Fryatt 57 Gash 81, Siddons 90+1
Attendance: 241