King's Lynn Town 2 Histon 2
Saturday 8th September
Saturday 8th September
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
16 Rushall Olympic 6 6
17 St Neots Town 6 5
18 Stratford Town 6 5
19 King's Lynn Town 6 4
20 Hitchin Town 6 4
21 Redditch United 6 3
22 Bedworth United 5 2

Thurlow Nunn Div One
11  Debenham LC 7 8
12  Haverhill Borough 5 6
13  Fakenham Town 5 6
14  King's Lynn Res 6 6
15  Needham Market Res 7 6
16  Cornard United 6 6
17  March Town United 5 5

Looking on the bright side . . Lynn are still in the FA Cup, it wasn't another Parson Drove (for those with memories that go back to 1979), and in the closing stages of the game on Saturday they showed an urgency that has been missing recently . . and they scored two goals.
Add to that the performance of last month's Player of the Month Award winner, Frazer Blake-Tracy and Nathen Stewart's first goal for the club.
On the other side, Lynn failed to beat a side that play two steps below them and for long periods of the game despite having the possession didn't have the ideas going forward and when they go to the Glassworld Stadium on Tuesday they could face a stronger Stutes side with leading scorer Ed Rolph and defender Rob Ruddy back from suspension.

For the cup tie Lynn were without Michael Gash, still suffering from the dead leg picked up last Saturday.
The early play was quite even with Stute's Lewis McDonald's long high throws causing a few problems while Lynn's Craig Parker and Toby Hilliard both saw half chances and Stewart's curling shot from the edge of the area hit the post.
Histon took the lead against the run of play in the 19th minute. A free kick just outside the Histon penalty box was booted long by 'keeper Sam Roach to find Danny Gould who headed on for Dan Brown to score as the Lynn defence failed to pick up the danger.
Lynn began to look more threatening in attack and equalised on 27 minutes when a pin point cross from the right found Stewart who scored from close range.
Lynn fell behind again on 39 minutes when a corner was headed toward goal which Lynn failed to clear, the ball falling to Evan Key to smash home. The second half saw Lynn with the bulk of the pressure and the chances but Histon, with former Linnet Lee Smith very impressive, held out until the 87th minute when Blake-Tracy side footed home.
A revitalised Lynn continued to apply pressure and Hilliard had the ball in the net in injury time only for the effort to be ruled out for an infringement.
Lynn: Street, Jones (Limb 82), Blake-Tracy, Jarvis, Fryatt, McAuley, Clunan, Parker (Richards 73), Hilliard, Hawkins (Rocha 67), Stewart. Subs: Thomas, Beevers, Castellan, Richards, Rocha, Limb. Booked: Jarvis. Scorer: Stewart 27, Blake-Tracy 87
Histon: Roach, McDonald, Weinman (Bexfield h/t), Swinton, York, Smith, Key, Green, Brown, Emsden, Gould (Chivers 71) Subs: Sutton, Chivers, Bexfield, Diejomaoh. Booked: Weinman, Swinton, Emsden. Scorer: Brown 19, Key 39
Attendance: 491