Linnets striker Danny Bloomfield lit up an otherwise dull afternoon with his
10th goal of the season.
Bloomfield’s predatory strike 18 minutes from
time salvaged Tommy Taylor’s side an unlikely point against an Aylesbury outfit
without a league win since the end of August.
Manager Taylor said: "We
wanted the three points, but we were extremely flat, especially in the first
half. The lad Fell done well when he came on."
"I couldn’t have asked of
any more from the players. We went one at the back for the final 35 minutes and
I played Danny Hammond up front.
"The gamble paid off. I was trying to
take a bit of pressure off of Jack (Defty) and get Danny (Bloomfield) between
him and Hammo.
"I thought we dwelt on the final pass too long instead of
getting the ball out of our feet quicker and we had three players who play to
their full potential."
Before Bloomfield’s goal, the closest Lynn came to
scoring was in the ninth minute when his powerful header at the far post
produced a point-blank save from Aylesbury keeper Jack Rashid.
Aylesbury’s first attack of the game resulted in a goal when
Gavin Jaggard and Dean Powell combined to allow the impressive Paul Edgeworth to
chip the ball home midway through the first period.
thanks to the work of Mark Camm and late debutant Luke Fell, woke up the crowd
and led to a late spell of home pressure.
The Linnets’ top scorer had
good shouts for a late penalty turned down after Neil Lazarus had appeared to
haul him down in the dying minutes.
Lynn’s home faithful, who had been
treated to a dire first half display from their side, vented their anger on the
officials, but to no avail.
Lynn: Higgs, West, Smith, McMahon,
Cooper, McNeil (Hammond 70), Defty, Anselin (Fell 59), Camm, Bloomfield,
O’Halloran. Subs (not used): Jones, Heath-Preston.
Rashid, D. Powell, D. Mead, N. Lazarus, M. Hayward, R. Gould, S. McCafferty (G.
Nygoi 66), J. Bewers, G. Jaggard, D. Roberts (J. Ronaldo 77), P. Edgeworth.
Subs (not used): Williams, Nichols, Styles.
Attendance: 759. MoM: D.