Hitchin Town 0 King's Lynn Town 4
Saturday 27th January
Saturday 27th January
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
01 Kettering Town 30 64
02 King's Lynn Town 30 63
03 Hereford 26 62
04 Weymouth 31 60
05 Slough Town 23 50
06 Chesham United 30 50
07 Tiverton Town 30 50

Thurlow Nunn Div One
02  Whitton United 24 60
03  Framlingham Town 23 57
04  Swaffham Town 25 55
05  Kings Lynn T Res 26 53
06  Braintree Town Res 24 48
07  Norwich CBS 24 42
08  Debenham LC 26 41

Hitchin are still looking for their first league goals of 2018 as Lynn gained a comfortable win to complete the double over the Canaries - avenging the two defeats inflicted on them last season.
Lynn were without the injured Leon Mettam (hip) and Tom Ward (shoulder) giving Cameron King his first start with Dion Frary drafted in for his second. Ryan Hawkins was also given a start with Craig Parker dropping to the bench.
An even opening saw the home side with the first notable effort on goal but Trey Charles' effort was straight at Alex Street.
Lynn took the lead on 17 minutes when Michael Gash picked up a Simon Lappin throw-in and ran into the box unchallenged to fire home.
A minute later Ryan Hawkins nearly doubled the lead but Michael Johnson saved at his feet.
Lynn were taking control of the game with Hawkins firing wide and the a Michael Clunan free kick into the area eluded everyone.
On 40 minutes Hawkins beat the advancing Johnson but his shot hit the base of the post and went out.
Lynn got a deserved second on the stroke of half time when Lappin's cross-shot found King who slotted home from the edge of the box.
The Canaries threat amounted to shots that were either off target or presented Street without problems and two goals in three minutes sealed the points. On 57 minutes Gash, who had been denied by defender Jack James' interception a minute earlier, set up King for a close range tap in.
Then, on the hour mark, Hawkins got the goal he had been threatening when his shot straight at Johnson was fumbled and rolled under the 'keepers body into the net.
The home side did try for a consolation with substitute Brett Donnelly forcing Street to make his first serious save of the game while at the other end Craig Parker forced a good save from Johnson.
Late on Street produced a double save to deny Robbie Burns, first turning his header onto the post and then hooking the ball off the line.
Lynn nearly added a fifth in injury time but substitute Tom Siddons saw his effort kept out by the leg of Johnson.
Hitchin: Johnson, James, Walster, Rolfe, Webb, Bickerstaff, Kirkpatrick (Burns 67), Smith, Vincent, McNamara (Donnelly 71), Charles. Subs: Donnelly, Burns, Syme, Byrne. Booked: Rolfe
Lynn: Street, Norman, Blake-Tracy, Frary, Fryatt, Jarvis, Clunan, King (Parker 76), Gash (Siddons 74), Hawkins (Hilliard 76), Lappin. Subs: Parker, Hilliard, Siddons Scorer: Gash 17, King 45, 57, Hawkins 60
Attendance: 500