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Needham Market 1 King's Lynn Town 4
Tuesday 1st January
Tuesday 1st January
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
01 Stourbridge 25 53
02 Kettering Town 22 51
03 King's Lynn Town 22 38
04 Biggleswade Town 22 36
05 Stratford Town 20 36
06 AFC Rushden & D'nds 23 35
07 Coalville Town 20 35

Thurlow Nunn Div One
13  Leiston Reserves 19 23
14  Cornard United 19 21
15  Wisbech St Mary 20 18
16  King's Lynn Res 20 17
17  Felixstowe Reserves 21 15
18  Diss Town 19 14
19  Needham Market Res 22 7

Lynn remained in third place in the table having brushed aside Needham Market but their victory takes them two points clear of the the chasing pack.
One change was made to the starting line-up to that of Boxing Day with Ryan Hawkins coming in for Chris Henderson who was carry a slight knock and took a place on the bench.
Despite starting the day in sixth place in the table Needham's record against those above them was not impressive with home defeats against Kettering and Rushden & Diamonds and their larges league gate of the season saw them totally outplayed in the first half. #Lynn were on the front foot from the off, their first chance falling to Craig Parker, playing against his former club, but he headed narrowly wide from Frazer Blake-Tracy's cross with just two minutes on the clock.
Lynn's game plan might have been disrupted on six minutes when Jordan Richards pulled up with a hamstring injury but it didn't stop Lynn.
The visitors took the lead on 12 minutes, Michael Gash's knockdown setting up Parker to strike from some 20 yards.
It took just two minutes for Lynn to double their lead, thios time Adam Marriott converting Blake Tracy's centre.
The home side pulled a goal back against the run of play on 26 minutes, Adam Mills heading home Callum Strugess' corner.
Lynn restored the two goal cushion on 32 minutes, Rory McAuley with a neat turn and volley and added a fourth four minutes later, Parker getting his second, rounding the 'keeper to score.
Just before the break Mills picked up his second booking of the afternoon following an off the ball incident with Michael Clunan.
Despite being down to ten men the home side did manage more possession in the second half without really testing Lynn who remained in control.
With four minutes remaining Joseph Marsden latched on to a Reece Dobson pass but his shot was turned over the bar by Alex Street to deny Needham.
Needham: Jessup, Marsden, Sturgess, Squire, K Morphew, D Morphew (Dye 16), Ingram (Dobson 80), Jeath, Baker, Kamanzi (Issa 55), Mills. Subs: Dye, Issa, Dobson, Griffiths, Shorten. Sent off: Mills. Scorer: Mills 26
Lynn: Street, Richards (Castellan 6), Blake-Tracy, Jarvis (Jones 72), Fryatt, McAuley, Clunan, Parker, Gash, Marriott, Hawkins. Subs: Henderson, Castellan, Jones, Bastock. Scorers; Parker 13, 36 Marriott 15. McAuley 32
Attendance: 417