Kings Langley 0 King's Lynn Town 0
Saturday 25th November
Saturday 25th November
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
01 King's Lynn Town 19 44
02 Weymouth 20 40
03 Hereford 17 39
04 Kettering Town 17 39
05 Slough Town 16 38
06 Tiverton Town 20 38
07 Redditch United 20 32

Thurlow Nunn Div One
02  Swaffham Town 19 43
03  Framlingham Town 16 39
04  Whitton United 17 39
05  Kings Lynn T Res 20 38
06  Braintree Town Res 18 32
07  Norwich CBS 17 29
08  Leiston Reserves 19 29

For the first time this season Lynn failed to get all three points when playing a side in the bottom six of the table.
Lynn were missing Frazer Blake-Tracy who had a minor operation during the week and will be out for the next two weeks.
Kings Langley produced a very workmanlike performance and almost stole all three points in the final minutes.
The first half saw Lynn not at their best with few chances. A Michael Clunan corner on five minutes saw Sam Gaughran head over and five minutes later a Clunan free kick reached Michael Gash whose header fell to Craig Parker but he couldn't control his shot.
On 39 minutes the home side created their best chance of the first half through Mitchell Weiss but Tom Ward's interception was enough to avert the danger.
An Elliot Godfrey free kick then saw Ryan Jarvis on hand to clear the threat.
On 39 minutes Gash flicked on Ward's long throw which grazed the home post.
The second half was much the same as the first with Lynn, although having control, were failing to put away their chances although they created more.
Leon Mettam shot over on 53 minutes and three minutes later Cameron Norman shot wide at the end of a mazy run and Mettam just failed to connect to a Craig Parker cut-back.
Substitute Ryan Hawkins had the best of the chances for Lynn with a long range shot which home keeper Martin Bennett palmed over the bar for a corner and Mettam just failed to connect to a Craig Parker cut-back.
Tom Siddoms should have done better soon after having received the ball from Clunan but his shot lacked pace to cause Bennett any difficulty.
Josh Coldicott-Stevens could have made the points safe for Langley when Alex Street came out of his area in a one-on-one situation and lost the ball but the home player's shot rolled just wide.
Weiss then managed to lob Street only to see his effort cleared off the line and but the final chance of the game fell to Hawkins whose fierce shot was tipped over by Bennett.
Kings Langley: Bennett, Folarin, Adebiyi, Connolly, Johnson, Coldicott-Stevens, Godfrey,Ward, Turner, Weiss, King. Subs: Ocran, Waldren, Tring, Karagozlu, Kampton. Booked: Turner
Lynn: Street, Norman, Fryatt, Gaughran, Ward, Jarvis, Clunan, Parker, Gash, Mettam (Siddons 75), Lappin (Hawkins 65). Subs: Hawkins, Siddons, McQuaid. Booked: Gaughran.
Attendance: 201