King's Lynn Town 5 Dunstable Town 0
Saturday 3rd February
LEAGUE TABLES
Saturday 3rd February
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
01 King's Lynn Town 32 69
02 Weymouth 33 66
03 Hereford 28 65
04 Kettering Town 31 64
05 Chesham United 32 53
06 Tiverton Town 31 53
07 Royston Town 29 52


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 made on change from the starting eleven that recorded the excellent victory over Hereford with Craig Parker coming in for Cameron King who picked up an ankle injury on Tuesday.
Dunstable, in the relegation battle with Gosport Borough, had little to offer against a confident Lynn side who dominated throughout
Cameron Norman was again inspirational and created the first two chances with Frazer Blake-Tracy heading wide on two minutes and the
Ryan Hawkins saw his effort cleared by Peter Closo four minutes later.
Ryan Fryatt was the next to go close, heading Michael Clunan's corner across goal.
Michael Gash was next to try but he headed Blake-Tracy's cross wide.
Dunstable won their first corner on 23 minutes and a few minutes later had their best chance of the half when Andrew Osai-Bonsu
broke through but shot high and wide.
Two further chances fell to Lynn around the half hour mark with Hawkins firing wide and Parker saw his shot
well saved by Will Hall in the visitors' goal with Norman unlucky not to get on the rebound.
Lynn's pressure and patience paid off with two goals in as many minutes.
On 36 minutes a number of Lynn corners eventually ended with a goal with the ball ping-ponging around the goalmouth with
Lynn first seeing the ball blocked and then hitting the post before Parker managed to find the net.
One became two when Gash saw his beaten out by Hall but while Gash couldn't force the rebound home Hawkins was on hand to bundle it over the line.
Six minutes after the restart Ryan Fryatt rose high to head home Clunan's corner and the remaining goals came from Lynn substitutes.
The was no luck for Toby Hilliard who saw his shot well saved in 69 minutes but four minutes later Tom Siddons was on hand to score on the rebound after
Dion Frary and headed Simon Lappin's corer onto the bar.
Hilliard was once again thwarted this time by the bar, but Eion McQuaid was more fortunate with a long distance strike that hit the underside of the bar and was adjudged to gave crossed the line
despite the efforts of Hall, McQuaid's first league goal for the club.
Hall. who had dome well to keep the score down, produce a good stop to deny Siddons a second.

Lynn: Street, Norman, Blake-Tracy, Frary, Fryatt, Jarvis, Clunan (McQuaid 70), Parker, Gash (Siddons 62), Hawkins (Hilliard 62), Lappin. Subs: Hilliard, Siddons, McQuaid, Pearson. Booked: Blake-Tracy, Scorer: Parker 36, Hawkins 38, Fryatt 51, Siddons 73. McQuaid 76
Dunstable: Hall, Closo, Ward, Collins, Andriopoulos (E Amu 72), Yong, Ladipo (Hudson 62), Osei-bonsu, A Amu, Lamptey (Williams 84), Williams. Subs: E Amu, Hudson, Vracui
Attendance: 699