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King's Lynn Town 1 Bromley 4
Tuesday 1st December
Tuesday 1st December
Vanarama National
11 Notts County 9 16
12 Hartlepool Utd 10 15
13 Stockport Co. 7 13
14 King's Lynn 11 13
15 Aldershot Town 10 12
16 Chesterfield 11 10
17 Boreham Wood 9 9

Thurlow Nunn Div One
09  Framlingham Town 11 13
10  Gt Yarmouth Town 11 13
11  Sheringham 10 12
12  King's Lynn U21s 10 12
13  Sudbury Reserves 8 11
14  Needham Market Res 10 10
15  Norwich CBS 10 9

Bromley maintained their unbeaten league record with a 4-1 win at The Walks, a score-line which might have flattered the Ravens but it reflected Lynn's inability to defend and failure to make the most of their opportunities in front of the opposition's goal.
A goal by Simon Power and a promising debut from the bench from Tai Fleming were the only bright spots for Lynn.
Bromley were unchanged from the team that drew with Wrexham on Saturday while Lynn manager Ian Culverhouse made four changes from the FA Cup defeat at Portsmouth.
Rory McAuley picked up a cracked rib on Saturday ruling him likely to be out for three weeks and the resulting line-up had something of a defensive look with Adam Marriott, Jamar Loza and Dayle Southwell, who between them had scored eleven on Lynn's sixteen league goals, all on the bench.
There was little between the teams in the opening stages. Lynn had a chance on seven minutes with a fast break involving Michael Clunan and Simon Power, the latter putting the ball into the box. perhaps too quickly for Kairo Mitchell who could only shoot over from eight yards.
For Bromley, Byron Webster got on the end of a free kick but his header ended on top of the net.
Bromley took the lead on 22 minutes after a controversial free kick was awarded against Kyle Callan-McFadden's after his challenge on Luke Coulson for which the Lynn defender was booked - along with Lynn's director of football Robbie Back.
Chris Bush's free kick was nodded on for James Alabi to head home.
Chances fell to Lynn with Power having a couple of efforts off target and Mitchell then saw his effort smothered by visiting keeper Mark Cousins while at the other end Mair pushed away a shot from the troublesome Alabi.
Two goals in the final three first half minutes looked to have put the game beyond Lynn.
First Coulson set up Bromley's leading scorer Michael Cheek for a simple tap in and then Liam Trotter scored from close range after Lynn failed to deal with another free kick.
A glimmer of light for Lynn came from a corner six minutes after the restart when Power seized on a loose ball and fired into the far corner of the net.
That light was soon extinguished, however, when Cameron King lost possession and Reeco Hackett-Fairchild ran through to score.
Lynn lost Callan-McFadden to a possible hamstring injury which gave Fleming the opportunity to make his debut, the 18 year old acquitting himself well.
Lynn: Mair, Barrows, Brown, Smith, Callan-McFadden (Fleming 64), Jarvis, Clunan, Richards, Power, King (Carey 67), Mitchell (Southwell 67 ). Subs: Marriott, Fleming, Loza, Southwell, Carey. Booked: Callan-McFadden. Scorer: Power 52
Bromley: Cousins, Kizzi, Roberts, Webster (Holland 79), Bush, Hackett-Fairchild (Forster 83) , Bingham. Trotter, Coulson, Alabi, Cheek (Raymond 85). Subs: Holland, Raymond, Purrington, Forster, L\'Ghoul. Booked; Cheek, Alabi, Raymond. Scorers: Alabi 22, Cheek 42, Trotter 45, Hacket-Fairchild 55