King's Lynn Town 3 Kings Langley 2
Saturday 14th October
Saturday 14th October
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
01 Kettering Town 11 28
02 King's Lynn Town 12 28
03 Slough Town 11 27
04 Hereford 11 26
05 Redditch United 12 25
06 Weymouth 12 25
07 Merthyr Town 13 22

Thurlow Nunn Div One
01  Woodbridge Town 10 28
02  Kings Lynn T Res 14 28
03  Whitton United 11 27
04  Framlingham Town 9 23
05  Norwich CBS 11 20
06  Leiston Reserves 12 20
07  Debenham LC 10 20

Lynn moved up to second in the league with their first victory over Kings Langley who belied their lowly position in the league.
Lynn made one change to the starting eleven that defeated Hitchin with Tony Siddons coming in for Ryan Fryatt.
Missing from the substitutes bench was Grant Holt who was serving a one match suspension from his time with Hibernian.
Lynn got off to good start taking the lead on four minutes.
The Langley defence was unable to clear a shot from Frazer Blake-Tracy, the ball going to Craig Parker who found Michael Clunan to score.
The visitors created chances with Ryan Hawkins giving the ball away and allowing Mitchell Weiss in on goal, Alex Street saving at his feet.
Them Brendan Ocran saw his shot cleared by the Lynn defence after a save from Street.
Lynn then doubled their lead on 20 minutes with a neat passing move ending with Cameron Norman putting the ball into the box for Tony Siddons to slot home.
Lynn had dominated to that point but Langley came more into the game aided by stray passes from the home side and "switching off" at times.
Langley and deserved their goal two minutes from half time Calum Adebiyi heading home, the ball having judged to have crossed the line before Tom Ward's attempt to clear off the line .
Lynn restored their two goal lead five minutes after the restart when a Norman ball into the box caused problems for the home defence and Parker stole the ball and his scuffed shot went under 'keeper Hampton and looked bound for the net, Siddon nipping in to add the final touch and claim the goal.
Eight minutes later Langley scored again, substitute Steve Ward getting behind the Lynn defence.
The visitors were reduced to ten men when Adebiyi received his second yellow of the afternoon.
Lynn had the ball in the net through Tom Ward but it was ruled out for a foul on the keeper and then Ryan Jarvis put a shot over.
Lynn were reduced to ten men when substitute Toby Hilliard marked his 100th first team appearance by picking up two yellows.
So a hard earned victory with Lynn conceding only their second and third goals at The Walks this season. Away games to follow against the two weakest defences in the division
Lynn: Street, Norman, Blake-Tracy, Gaughran, Ward, Jarvis, Clunan, Parker (Whayman 79), Gash, Siddons (Hilliard 63), Hawkins (Lappin 68). Subs: Hilliard, Fryatt, Lappin, Whayman. Booked: Hilliard, Gash. Sent off: Hilliard (two yellows) Scorers: Clunan 4, Siddons 20, 50
Kings Langley: Hampton, Pattison, Adebiyi, Connolly, Johnson, Folaran, Ocran, Hitchcock, Weiss, Price (Ward 57), Turner. Subs: Keating, Coldicott-Stevens, Ward, Kenny, Collins. Booked: Adebiyi, Hitchcock. Sent off Adebiyi (second yellow). Scorer: Adebiyi 43, Ward 58
Attendance: 903

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