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Leamington 0 King's Lynn Town 0
Tuesday 3rd March
Tuesday 3rd March
Vanarama National North
01 York City 33 63
02 King's Lynn 29 61
03 Boston United 31 57
04 Brackley Town 32 54
05 Chester 31 54
06 Altrincham 32 54
07 Spennymoor 32 52

Thurlow Nunn Div One
14  AFC Sudbury Res 27 28
15  Leiston Reserves 25 28
16  Framlingham Town 26 25
17  Haverhill Borough 26 24
18  King's Lynn Reserves 25 22
19  Felixstowe Reserves 25 17
20  Wisbech St Mary 29 10

Lynn got a very useful point at Leamington after a two week lay-off with York’s surprise defeat at home to Hereford putting Lynn just two points behind the leaders with four games in hand.
Tom Ward returned after injury and Dayle Southwell was given his first start while the Brakes had Lewis Gwilliams in goal for only his second appearance for the Brakes, his first coming in 2017.
Gwilliams wasn’t really tested in the first half with Lynn not managing to get a shot on target although the Brakes did only marginally better with just the one long range effort from Morley forcing a save from Alex Street although the home side did manage one effort from Mark Edwards whose header hit the post.
Ward had Lynn’s best chance, side footing wide having been set up by Southwell whilst Ross Barrows fired narrowly wide just before the break.
Street dropped an early second half home corner but was quick to fall on the ball to deny James Mace. Adam Marriott was denied by blocks from Jack Lane and Joe Clarke. Michael Gash had a couple of efforts, the first lacking the power to trouble Gwiliiams and the second going just over while the Brakes nearly snatched all three points when Josh Martin tried to force the ball in only to see it blocked on the line and the clearance eventually found Kaiman Anderson whose shot was saved by Street.
Leamington: Gwilliams, Martin, Morley, Clarke, Mace, Lane, Parker (Taylor 85), Maycock, Storer (Gittings 90), Edwards, Walters (Anderson 76). Unused subs: Meredith, Dunbar. Booked: Mace, Martin, Edwards
Lynn: Street, Jones, Barrows, Ward (Payne 61), Smith, McAuley, Kelly (Hawkins 61), Richards, Southwell (Gash 61), Marriott, Henderson. Unused subs: Fox, Jarvis, Booked: Marriott
Attendance: 345

Lynn Reserves went down to an injury time goal at March Town with former Linnet Jack Friend scoring twice. Lynn’s goal came from 16 year old Josh Brooke making his debut while Ryan Fryatt had a run in defence following injury which has kept him out of the first team since September.