Tamworth 0 King's Lynn Town 1
Saturday 18th August
Saturday 18th August
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
12 AFC Rushden & D'nds 3 3
13 Lowestoft Town 3 3
14 St Neots Town 3 3
15 King's Lynn Town 3 3
16 Halesowen Town 3 3
17 Redditch United 3 3
18 Alvechuch 3 2

Thurlow Nunn Div One
12  Needham Market Res 4 5
13  Debenham LC 4 4
14  Leiston Reserves 4 3
15  King's Lynn Res 3 3
16  Cornard United 3 3
17  March Town United 3 2
18  Haverhill Borough 2 0

Lynn manager Simon Clark, made changes to the starting eleven that had lost the two opening games.

Craig Parker came in for Michael Gash, who was injured at Kettering and Aaron Jones replaced Kalern Thomas at right back.
Both teams were looking for their first victory of the season and the home side applied the early pressure with Rhys Sharpe producing a dangerous cross that was narrowly missed by Kyle Finn and the
Finn's corner found the head of Joel Kettle who headed over the bar.
On 23 minutes Tyrell Waite's powerful cross-cum-shot beat Alex Street but, fortunately for Lynn, took a deflection and, with no Tamworth players to finish, went out for a throw.
Kettleā€™s ball down the right found Waite on 23 and Waite drilled it across the box but it took a deflection and went out for a throw.
Sharpe's resulting long throw found the head of Aman Verma but he headed over from 6 yards.
The Tamworth goal had a let off on 29 minutes when Regan Upton's headed ball back to his 'keeper resulted in Jas Singh having to scamper to back to save on the line.
The next minute saw Lynn take the lead. Michael Clunan was on hand to rifle home after the Tamworth defence had failed to deal with Jordan Richard's centre into the box for Craig Parker.
Sharpe tested Street on 37 minutes and just before the break Ryan Hawkins low centre found but Toby Hilliard's shot lacked strength and direction.

The opening of the second half saw Lynn with chances to make the game safe, Hawkins involved in three good chances in the opening quarter; firstly lobbing wide in the opening minute and then ending a mazy run by putting the ball past Singh but just wide of the post.
Hawkins then set up Hilliard to score but he somehow managed to shoot wide from two yards.
The home side began to rally with Kyle Flynn and Paul Green putting chances off target.
Hawkins squandered another chance to double the lead on 79 minutes, curling a low shot wide.
Tamworth searched for an equaliser with Singh getting involved in a corner up at a corner but what shots did have were off target to give Simon Clark a deserved first league win.
Tamworth: Singh, K Green, Sharpe (P Green h/t), Upton, Kettle, Blaney (Morris 65), Lait, Wright, Waite (Dunkley 70), Verma, Finn. Subs: Wallis, P Green, Morris, Shaw, Dunkley. Booked: Morris
Lynn: Street, Jones, Blake-Tracey, Jarvis, Fryatt, McAuley, Clunan, Hilliard, Parker, Hawkins (Stewart 84), Richards. Subs: Stewart, Limb, Thomas, Castellan, Beevers. Booked: Clunan. Scorer: Clunan 30 mins
Attendance: 595