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Guiseley 3 King's Lynn Town 0
Saturday 3rd August
Saturday 3rd August
Vanarama National North
16 AFC Telford Utd 1 0
17 Blyth Spartans 1 0
18 Alfreton Town 1 0
19 Altrincham 1 0
20 Darlington 1 0
21 King's Lynn 1 0
22 Bradford PA 1 0

Thurlow Nunn Div One
10  Sudbury Reserves 0 0
11  Felixstowe Res 0 0
12  Haverhill Borough 0 0
13  King's Lynn Res 0 0
14  Needham Mkt Res 0 0
15  Norwich CBS 0 0
16  Sheringham 1 0

Lynn's last foray into Step Two football started with an unbeaten run of nine matches, albeit seven of them ending as draws, but it was not to be on Saturday as the season opener at Guiseley ended in defeat and although the scoreline might have been closer Lynn can have few complaints about the result.
Lynn's first chance fell to Chris Smith on two minutes when he got on the end of a Michael Clunan curling free kick from some 25 yards but his header went over the bar.
Kaine Felix responded for the hosts but put the ball wide to the left of Alex Street's post. Chris Henderson then had the best chance of the
opening period on nine minutes when he took advantage of a mix up in the home defence a poke the ball over \'keeper George Sykes-Kenworthy but Scott Garner was on hand to clear.
Street was called up to deny Spender's long curling shot on sixteen minutes but on twenty minutes the home side took the lead when Aaron Martin headed home
from six yards following a break down the right resulting in a cross from Gabriel Johnson.
Aram Soleman nearly doubled the Lions' lead in the next minute but he shot inches wide of Street\'s post.
Chances came and went at both ends with neither side managing to capitalise on the chances they created.
Nathan Fox put in a cross from the left just out of the reach of Chris Henderson whilst Michael Gash
put in a effort high and wide and then set up Henderson whose volley forced on-loan 'keeper Sykes-Kenworthy into a good save.
Lynn introduced Jordan Richards at the break, Rory McAuley feeling the effects of a recent illness.

As in the first half, Lynn had the opening chance but the home 'keeper managed to stick out a leg to deny Adam Marriott.
Felix then had a couple of chances for the Lions the first of which was wide and the second comfortable saved by Street.
Guiseley double their lead just before the hour mark when Lynn gave away the ball allowing a counter which saw Reiss McNally charge forward and pass to Jamie Spencer who shot beyond Street.
On 68 minutes Spencer completed the scoring after a mistake by Smith allowed him a clear run on goal.
Former Grantham striker Lee Shaw was introduced for the last quarter and he did get the ball in the net but it was ruled out for offside.
Guiseley: Sykes-Kenworthy, McNally, Nicholson, Cantrill, Bencherif, Gardner, Felix (Shaw 75), Spencer (Barkers 83), Martin, Soleman, Johnson. Unused Subs: Allinson, Digie, Clayton. Scorer: Martin 20. Spencer 58, 68
Lynn: Street, Jones, Fox, Smith, Fryatt, McAuley (Richards h/t), Clunan, Jarvis (Kelly 64), Gash, Marriott, Henderson (Hawkins 77). Unused subs: Payne, Carey. Booked: Fox
Attendance: 671