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King's Lynn Town 3 Spennymoor Town 0
Saturday 4th January
Saturday 4th January
Vanarama National North
01 King's Lynn 24 54
02 York City 25 50
03 Chester 24 44
04 Brackley Town 23 43
05 Spennymoor 24 37
06 Boston United 22 37
07 Farsley Celtic 25 37

Thurlow Nunn Div One
14  Leiston Reserves 20 25
15  AFC Sudbury Reserves 19 19
16  Framlingham Town 20 18
17  Haverhill Borough 20 17
18  King's Lynn Reserves 18 15
19  Felixstowe Reserves 21 14
20  Wisbech St Mary 24 9

Lynn went into this game without the injured Chris Smith, Ryan Fryatt, Michael Clunan and Sam Kelly while Ryan Jarvis was suspended. To add to their woes was injury to Rory McAuley in the warm-up. Visiting Spennymoor’s radio commentators expressed hopes that with Lynn’s weakened team and the Walks outfit having conceded the most goals of those in the top six that they could get something from this game.
The reality, however, was that despite the home sides lack of numbers, those players the took the field were quite capable of putting in a good account of themselves.
Lynn began brightly and an error from visiting ’keeper Matt Gould presented an early chance for Jordan Richards who opted to play in Michael Gash rather than shoot himself and the move broke down.
The visitors hopes of getting something from the game were dealt a blow on fifteen minutes when Stephen Brogan was red-carded having clipped the heels of Chris Henderson and deny him a scoring opportunity.
Lynn tried to take advantage of the extra man but Gould did well to deny Adam Marriott in a one-on-one after Lynn’s leading scorer had been put through by Aaron Jones.
Gash had a couple of chances and just before the break Sonny Carey hit the bar from close in after neat built up between Gash and Henderson.
Lynn were not to be denied and in the last seconds of the half a Jones cross was only parried by Gould to the feet of Ross Barrows to score his first league goal of the season.
Spennymoor started the second half the brighter but failed to produce any real threat and it was Lynn who scored next. The referee allowed play to continue following a challenge on Carey and Marriott was on hand to score via the upright.
Marriott then saw a shot graze the visitor’s post before scoring his 25th goal of the season, chesting down a cross from Carey and flashing a shot past Gould from close range.
Spennymoor tried for a consolation but Alex Street was equal to the efforts of James Curtis and substitute Mark Anderson.
Lynn: Street, Jones, Fox (Hawkins 62), Payne, Barrows, Ward, Carey, Richards. Gash, Marriott (Limb 77), Henderson (Stewart 81). Unused sub: Bastock. Booked: Payne, Carey. Scorer: Barrows 45, Marriott 63, 74
Spennymoor: Gould, Magnay (Anderson 84), Brogan, Chandler, Buddle, Curtis, Roberts (Boyse 60), Henry, Taylor, Ramshaw, McKenna (Earing 77). Unused subs: Mason, Johnson. Sent off: Brogan
Attendance: 1,439