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King's Lynn Town 2 Hereford 1
Saturday 3rd December
Saturday 3rd December
National NorthFull table
Brackley Town 21 11 41
King's Lynn Town 18 19 38
Darlington 21 10 38
Chester 21 14 37
AFC Fylde 18 10 36
Scarborough Ath 21 8 36
Peterborough Sp 21 5 33
Banbury United 21 8 32
Southport 21 3 32
Chorley 20 8 30
Gloucester City 21 -1 29
Kidderminster H 21 -2 28
Alfreton Town 20 2 26
Leamington 21 -1 25
Boston United 20 -2 25
Hereford 19 0 24
Curzon Ashton 19 -1 23
Spennymoor Town 20 -6 21
Buxton 18 -7 21
Kettering Town 21 -16 21
Bradford (PA) 20 -10 19
Blyth Spartans 20 -11 18
Farsley Celtic 19 -16 16
AFC Telford Utd 20 -25 10

King's Lynn Town moved back up to second in the National League North standings after coming from behind to see off a hard working Hereford at The Walks.
The Linnets made two changes to the starting line-up with Kyle Callan McFadden replacing the suspended Adam Crowther and Christian Oxlade-Chamberlain making his first start in place of the injured Theo Widdrington.
Making his first appearance on the bench was defender Paulius Falcao, a member of the KLTFC U19 Academy who was previously with Norwich City's U12 and U14 Academy sides, Dersingham Rovers U16s and Heacham FC.
Hereford started the game brightly and soon had Paul Jones at full-stretch to keep out a free-kick from Jack Holmes.
The visitors took the lead on 12 minutes when Tyrone Barnett took advantage of a poor header from Aaron Jones to put the Bulls in front.
Encouraged by their success, the Bulls might have increased their lead but the fingertips of Jones managed to direct a deflected shot from James Melhadoo over.
Lynn engineered a chance of their own 20 minutes Hargreaves sliced wide after good build-up work between Michael Clunan and Josh Barrett.
Gold Omotayo headed wide from five yards out when he got on the end of a Josh Coulson flick-on following an Oxlade-Chamberlain long throw on 33 minutes.
The last chance of the half fell to the visitors but Jack Evans curled wide.

Lynn had claims for a penalty waved away soon after the restart after Omotayo appeared to have his shirt pulled by Evans.
Jack Holmes missed a chance for the Bulls and Lynn opted for attack with the introduction of Ken Charles which proved effective four minutes after when he beat his marker at the near post to get on the end of Joshua Barrett's cross to level the scores.
Two minutes later a Omotayo header from Barrett's corner looked to have crossed the line before being scrambled clear.
Lynn were not to be denied but it was a bit of good fortune that saw a Cameron Hargreaves' volley turned into his own net by Jordan Thompson to put Lynn ahead.
There was time for Evans to shoot across the face of goal as the Bulls kept on fighting but Lynn held on.
Lynn: P Jones, A Jones, Scott, Denton, Callan-McFadden (Charles 59), Coulson, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Hargreaves, Clunan, Barrett (Walker 89), Omotayo. Subs: Walker, Fleming, Charles, Falcao, Blair. Booked: A Jones. Scorer: Charles 62, Thompson (og) 82
Hereford: Eve, Evans, Thompson-Sommers, Storey, Hanson, Barnett, Holmes (Pendley 69), Thompson, Melhado (Latty-Fairweather 73), Rus (Dinanga 83). Subs: Pendley, Campbell, Rowe, Dinanga, Latty-Fairweather. Booked: Thompson-Sommers. Scorer: Barnett 12,
Attendance: 898