King's Lynn Town 4 Peterborough Sports 1
Tuesday 2nd October
Tuesday 2nd October
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 progressed to the next round of the City Security Services League Cup with a victory over previously unbeaten step four side Peterborough Sports.
Both teams were under strength for what is one of the less important competitions of the season.
Lynn gave a debut to new signing Chris Henderson with the rest of the team being reserve players and first team squad players that have not been given starts recently.
Peterborough Sport, or the Turbines as they are known, gave a debut to goalkeeper James Connell and 16 year old Louie Venni whilst 17 year old Ryan Pratt made his first appearance for Sports coming on as substitute.
The visitors fielded former Linnets Stuart Wall and Lewis Webb in a starting eleven that included five players that started in the FA Trophy game against Sutton Coldfield last Saturday.
The Turbines created the first real scoring chance when Mitch Griffiths crossed from the right finding Jake Newman whose close range effort was saved by Charlie Congreve.
Two goals in three minutes put Lynn in the driving seat. On 17 minutes Paul Malone's clearance took a deflection off a Lynn player and fell kindly to the impressive Henderson to score.

Three minutes later a Eoin McQuaid corner was headed home by Matt Castellan.
Lynn might have had a third just before the break but Nathan Stewart sliced wide from Kalern Thomas' pull back.
The opening of the second half belonged to the visitors and it was no surprise that they pulled a goal back on 52 minutes when Andre Williams fed in Newman who rounded the Congreve to score.
While Sports pushed forward for an equaliser Lynn were looking to increase their lead on the break. Nathan Stewart twice saw efforts saved by Connell while Nathan Daw went close with shot from distance.
At the other end Congreve tipped a Williams effort round the post, the resulting corner being headed wide by Wall.
The game was put beyond doubt on 83 minutes when Toby Hilliard latched onto a loose ball and shot home from the edge of the box.
The score line was given a rather flattering finish in the final minute, Henderson springing the offside trap and setting up substitute Harry Baldry to finish.
Lynn: Congreve, Thomas, Daw, Fryatt, Gilbert, Castellan, Stewart, Richards, Hilliard, Henderson, McQuaid. Subs: Baldry, Hamilton, Rudland, Collison. Scorers: Henderson 17,Castellan 20, Hilliard 83, Baldry 89
Peterborough: Connell, Griffiths (Bucciero h/t), Marshall, Malone, Wall, Webb, Williams, Venni, Newman, Hilliard (Pratt 68), Brown. Subs: M Jones, Pratt, Vieira, Bucciero, Moreman. Scorer: Newman 53
Attendance: 160 (lowest attendance for a league cup game since 1992)