King's Lynn Town 3 Redditch United 1
Saturday 2nd December
Saturday 2nd December
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
01 King's Lynn Town 21 48
02 Weymouth 22 44
03 Tiverton Town 22 44
04 Kettering Town 19 41
05 Hereford 17 39
06 Slough Town 16 38
07 Hitchin Town 21 34

Thurlow Nunn Div One
01  Woodbridge Town 18 48
02  Swaffham Town 20 46
03  Whitton United 18 42
04  Kings Lynn T Res 22 41
05  Framlingham Town 17 39
06  Braintree Town Res 19 35
07  Norwich CBS 18 29

Prior to the game Lynn manager Ian Culverhouse said in interview that he had been forced to change his plans for the match because of the poor condition of the pitch.
Whatever his plans, on the day Lynn ran out deserved winners, albeit without turning their first half dominance into goals.
Lynn started on the front foot with Redditch penned into their own half for long periods and having some 80-90% of the possession.
Cameron Norman, watched by scouts from Colchester United, impressing with his supply of balls into the box but somehow there was an absence of someone on the receiving end to take advantage.
On ten minutes a Simon Lappin corner found the head of Ryan Fryatt but his effort was denied by a goal line clearance, the ball eventually falling to Ryan Jarvis whose shot from distance went high.
Lynn's appeals for a penalty, on sixteen minutes, were waved away after Sam Gaughran had been manhandled to the ground when well placed following Lappin's cross. Lappin then saw his carefully flighted curling shot from 25 yards hit the outside of the post.
Redditch, however, did manage to get a foothold into the game as spaces began to appear and Alex Street did well to deny Kevin De Veiga Monterio with his feet but the Red's goal on 37 minutes was very much against the run of play. Ashley Sammons striking from some 30 yards givinge Street no chance.
It was a lead the Reds could have doubled soon after the restart but the division's leading scorer Dion Angus didn't make the best of the opportunity and Street saved.
At the other end Gaughran put the ball over from Michael Gash's nod on.
Lynn introduced Ryan Hawkins and Leon Mettam and switched to a flat back four and this seemed to lift Lynn, Hawkins spurned a good chance with his first touch when through on the 'keeper. needing just a simple lob he somehow spooned the ball over.
Lynn equalised from the penalty spot. Last season Lynn scored six goals from the spot - Clunan's 64th minute kick, after Fryatt had been fouled by Gui Mailancol, brought this season's total to nine.
Fryatt had another header cleared off the line and Craig Parker put a shot inches wide when under pressure from the 'keeper.
On 70 minutes Clunan obliged with another penalty after Norman worked his way into the box only to have his heels clipped by Andi Thanoj.
Redditch were reduced to ten men when substitute Stuart Fleetwood, making his Reds debut after signing from Merthyr, was involved in an off the ball incident with Hawkins and was shown a straight red.
Lynn completed the scoring on three minutes from time with a driving run into the box for a well taken goal.
Lynn: Street, Norman, Lappin, Gaughran (Hawkins 55), Ward, Fryatt, Clunan, Jarvis, Gash, Siddons (Mettam 55), Parker. Subs: Mettam, Hawkins, McLeish, McQuaid, Rix. Scorers: Clunan 64, 70 (pens), Norman 87
Redditch: Ross, Wright, Fox, Mailanco, Simpson (Thomas 77), Pendley, De Veiga Monterio (Dunkley 77), Apostolopoulos (Fleetwood 66), Angus, Thanjo, Sammons. Subs: Dunkley, Fleetwood, Thomas, Hussain, Stares. Booked: Sammons. Sent off: Feetwood. Scorer: Sammons 37
Attendance: 621