King's Lynn Town 3 Banbury United 1
Saturday 29th September
Saturday 29th September
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
15 Tamworth 8 9
16 St Neots Town 8 9
17 AFC Rushden & D'nds 7 8
18 King's Lynn Town 8 8
19 Rushall Olympic 8 8
20 Hitchin Town 8 6
21 Redditch United 9 3

Thurlow Nunn Div One
07  Ipswich Wanderers 9 15
08  Lakenheath 9 14
09  Debenham LC 11 14
10  King's Lynn Res 9 12
11  Cornard United 9 12
12  March Town United 7 11
13  Fakenham Town 8 10

Lynn\'s new management due of Rob Back and Neil Fryatt got off to a winning start following their appointment on Thursday after a successful three games in a caretaker role.
The Lynn team saw Michael Gash come back into the starting line-up with Toby Hilliard dropping to the bench.
Banbury were without suspended defender Lee Henderson, their summer signing from Oxford City.
Lynn got off to an ideal start with a goal on six minutes when a Frazer Blake-Tracy low cross from the left found Gash who prodded home from ten yards for his first league goal of the season.

The home side had the better of the first half chances and could easily have added to the scoreline. Ryan Jarvis got on the end of a deflected Michael Clunan free kick but George Nash managed to block his effort at the expense of a corner.
Craig Parker found himself with an opportunity when visiting \'keeper Jack Harding\'s poor clearance went straight to him but his shot cleared the bar.
The following minute saw Harry Limb in a one-on-one chance with Harding, he tried to place his shot but the keeper stood his ground and saved.
Banbury had the ball in the net on 17 minutes Ricky Johnson tapping home but the effort was ruled offside.
Limb had the next chance on 32 minutes from Clunan\'s cross but his header was wide.
Ryan Hawkins created the next chance when he crossed the ball in but Gash\'s diving header went wide.
In first half stoppage time Giorgio Rasulo\'s free kick took a defection, clipping the top of Alex Street\'s bar, a reminder that despite their first half chances the points were not secure.
Banbury started the second half on the front foot and managed some sustained pressure, the Puritans\' best effort coming from Jack Self whose shot curled just wide.
On 56 minutes, however, a mazey run from Hawkins ended when he was brought down in the area by Charlie Wise and Michael Clunan scored from the resulting penalty.
The goal of the game came on the hour mark when Limb cut inside his marker and shot from a tight angle to make the score 3-0.
Three might have become four when Ryan Fryatt had the ball in the net but the effort was disallowed for a foul in the build up.
Banbury got a consolation goal on 72 minutes from Rasulo\'s deflected strike and although the remainder of the game saw chances at both ends there was no further scoring.
Lynn: Street, Jones, Blake-Tracy, Jarvis, Fryatt, McAuley, Clunan, Parker (Richards), Gash, Limb (Hilliard), Hawkins. Subs: Richards, Thomas, Stewart, Hilliard, Congreve. Booked: Street. Scorer: Gash 6, Clunan pen 56, Limb 60
Banbury: Harding, Ngathe (Odhiambo), Martin (Finch),Nash, Wise, Shamsi, Hawtin, Self, Johnson, Diggin (Awadh), Rasulo Subs: Awadh, Finch, Odhiambo, Bell, Heapy. Scorer: Rasulo 72
Attendance: 575