King's Lynn Town 2 Chester 2
Saturday 13th October
Saturday 13th October
Vanarama National North
01 York City 13 29
02 Chester 13 26
03 King's Lynn 13 25
04 Alfreton Town 13 22
05 Farsley Celtic 12 22
06 Brackley Town 13 21
07 Guiseley 13 21

Thurlow Nunn Div One
14  Gt Yarmouth Town 8 11
15  Cornard United 10 11
16  Haverhill Borough 10 10
17  Framlingham Town 10 9
18  King's Lynn Reserves 10 8
19  Felixstowe Reserves 10 7
20  Wisbech St Mary 11 0

Lynn’s largest league gate since the visit on Sheffield in April 2013 saw an excellent exhibition of football on Non-League Day.
Lynn were given the perfect start on 66 seconds. A pass from Michael Clunan failed to find Michael Gash and it should have been a simple task for visiting ’keeper Russ Griffiths but his clearance fell to Adam Marriott to fire Lynn ahead.
The next chance fell to Rory McAuley following a short corner which saw Clunan’s cross headed just wide.
Lynn lost Chris Smith on 20 minutes with a suspected dislocated elbow following an accidental fall.
A further chance fell to Lynn on the half hour. Marriott got on the end of Gash’s chipped pass but he shot over.
Chester saw a lot of the ball but failed to create anything of note in the final third although they did begin to threaten towards the end of the half but their chances saw Brad Jackson fire over from the edge of the box and David Livesey head straight at Alex Street on 38 minutes.
The threat became a reality with two second half goals in six minutes. The equaliser came on 56 minutes Simon Grand scoring from close range following a Matty Hughes cross from the right then a repeat of the move
two minutes after the hour, this time Jackson crossing into the area for Akwasi Asante to sweep home his 12th of the season.
Lynn got a deserved equaliser on 76 minutes when Marriott, with his back to goal, chested down Ross Barrows’s cross and turned to fire home to bring his total to 41 goals from his 52 appearances.
There were still chances for both sides to claim all three points. Marriott shot just wide of the post while George Glendon and Joel Taylor had half chances for the visitors.
Lynn: Street, Barrows, Fox, Jones, Smith (Payne 20), McAuley, Clunan, Richards (Kelly 68), Gash, Marriott, Henderson. Unused subs: Stewart, Carey, Bastock. Booked: Clunan, Marriott. Scorer: Marriott 2, 77
Chester: Griffiths, K Roberts, Taylor, G Roberts, Livesey, Grand, Jackson (Elliott 88), Glendon, Asante (Waring 78), Hughes (Stopforth 78), Dudley. Unused subs: Morgan, Jones. Booked: G Roberts, Hughes. Scorers: Grand 56, Asante 63
Attendance: 1,637