Chippenham Town 1 Lynn  1

A last minute Dean West goal provided Lynn with a precious away point to prevent second-placed Chippenham pulling away from them after this top of the table clash.
Lynn proved there was life in 2006 AD (After Danny), following their leading scorer Bloomfield joining Histon, although away from home Bloomfield hadnít netted since September.
It means the Linnets have remained unbeaten in their last three games, all tough and all away. Four out of the next five are at home.
Lynn manager Tommy Taylor said: "It was another tough match, but itís all in the boysí hands now. I think weíve got nine games at home, itís down to us.
"I thought at Bath if hadnít have sat so deep, we couldíve won that one."
"Danny hadnít scored for eight weeks. Heís been a good player for Kingís Lynn, now heís gone somewhere else, thatís in the past.
"We played very well. I was disappointed to concede the goal. Just before it we gave away three or four free-kicks between the halfway line and our box, so we put ourselves under a bit of pressure.
"Apart from that, we dealt with them quite comfortably. They had two very quick wingers, but we dealt with them, Stephen Harvey had a great game. He got forward as well, which helped Westy out.
"Apart from a deflected shot, Aaron Benstead didnít have a lot to do. Heís done a great job since coming in for John Higgs, whoís out for another three weeks.
"John needs at least two Reserves games to make sure his shoulderís fine.
"We got around their box in the first half, we had about four good chances to get a shot in, but we havenít struck a good enough shot at goal."

Taylor revealed he has two replacements in mind for Bloomfield, focusing on one in particular who is due to attend Lynnís training tonight.
On the potential striker, Taylor added: "Heís with another club. Weíll see if heís going to get there at training on Tuesday. If he doesnít, itíll be a waste of time.
"Iíve got to see whoís going to go up front with Jack Defty and Matt Nolan, who on Saturday had a lot of the ball going into them.
"Theyíre both very good with the ball going into feet, with it going aerial theyíre good, and both are very good at controlling and holding the ball."
Lynn held out under early pressure from the Bluebirds, and Matt Nolan actually got the ball into the Chippenham net minutes before half-time.
But the goal did not stand as his strike partner Jack Defty was ruled offside.
In the second half Nolanís shot and Stephen Harveyís header were both saved by home keeper Steve Perrin.
At the other end, Aaron Benstead saved from a Sam Allison header.
Chippenham may have thought they had won it in the 76th minute when Allisonís cross set up Dave Gilroy to head home.
In the second minute of injury time defender West prodded home when the Bluebirds had failed to clear a corner in order to gain Lynnís first-ever point against Chippenham, who remain seven points and two places ahead of Lynn.
 

Chippenham: Perrin, Charity, Stanley, Adams, McEntegart, Badman, Harvey (Allison 45), Herring, Gilroy, Griffin, Wheeler. Subs not used: Rawlins, Jefferies, Jones, Seavill. Booked: Wheeler (67).
Lynn: Benstead, West, Smith, McMahon, Cooper, Camm, Defty, Anselin, Nolan, Harvey, Carey (Heath-Preston 81). Not used: Hammond, Jones, Fell, OíHalloran. Booked: Nolan (27), Anselin (42).
Referee: R. Ganfield (Weston-Super-Mare).
Attendance: 568.

Report by permission of the Lynn News