St Neots Town 0 King's Lynn Town 5
Saturday 20th April
Saturday 20th April
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
01 Kettering Town 40 88
02 Stourbridge 40 77
03 King's Lynn Town 40 76
04 Alvechuch 40 72
05 Stratford Town 40 69
06 Biggleswade Town 40 66
07 Coalville Town 40 64

Thurlow Nunn Div One
12  Debenham LC 35 40
13  Sudbury Reserves 33 39
14  Diss Town 34 37
15  King's Lynn Res 34 35
16  Haverhill Borough 34 30
17  Needham Market Res 35 30
18  Wisbech St Mary 34 22

Lynn kept their sights on a second place finish with a comfortable 5-0 victory
St Neots went into this game almost certain of relegation (they would have to win their final three games with Lowestoft losing all theirs) and at the end of ninety minutes their fate was secured.
It has been a tough season for the Saints with budget cuts, managerial changes and senior players departing leaving them dependent on the youth set up.
Going into the game Saints' cause was not helped with a season ending injury to on-loan Jordan Norville-Williams but Dan Trendall and Joe Hood, who missed the mid-week 6-0 Hunts Senior Cup defeat against Godmanchester, were available.
Lynn made a couple of changes with Aaron Jones and Craig Parker starting at the expense of Ross Barrows and Chris Henderson.
Lynn took just three minutes to take the lead, Frazer Blake-Tracy's cross-cum-shot from the right found the net with Adam Marriott getting the slightest of touches to enable him to claim the goal.
Marriott then tested James Philip in the home goal with a snap shot on eight minutes having been played in by Michael Gash before adding a second on 20 minutes. Jordan Richards winning the ball and setting up Marriott to tap in from two yards.
Richards then crashed a shot against the crossbar and on 25 minutes Gash looked to have scored with a header only for Craig Parker got in the way but Lynn were in complete control.
Lynn added a third on 53 minutes, Gash smashing home Richards' low centre at the far post. Goal number four arrived three minutes later when Rory McAuley headed home Michael Clunan's corner.
With virtually the last kick of the game substitute Will Mellors-Blair got his first goal for the club from a tight angle which went in off the far post.
Although the five goals weren’t enough to equal Stourbridge’s goal difference the likelihood of it being a deciding factor on who clinches second spot is not high - Stourbridge would need to lose at Rushall on Monday and Lynn draw against Needham Market.
St Neots: Philip, Hood, Mutswunguma, Miles, Hughes, Shaw (Dunnett 67), Joseph (Hudson 67), Rhiney, Trendall, Bradley (Rider 67), Sutton Unused sub: McCormack. Booked: Hood, Sutton, Mutswunguma
Lynn: Street, Jones (Barrows 80), Blake-Tracy, Jarvis, Fryatt, McAuley, Clunan, Richards, Gash (Mellors-Blair 64), Marriott (Hawkins 69), Parker. Unused subs; Henderson, Robinson. Booked: Street. Scorers: Marriott 3, 20 Gash 53. McAuley 56, Mellors-Blair 90(+2)
Attendance: 320