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Kidderminster Harriers 2 King's Lynn Town 4
Tuesday 5th November
Tuesday 5th November
Vanarama National North
01 York City 16 36
02 King's Lynn 15 29
03 Chester 16 28
04 Southport 16 28
05 Farsley Celtic 15 25
06 Guiseley 15 24
07 Brackley Town 15 23

Thurlow Nunn Div One
14  AFC Sudbury Reserves 9 13
15  Leiston Reserves 12 12
16  Felixstowe Reserves 14 11
17  Framlingham Town 12 9
18  King's Lynn Reserves 12 8
19  Haverhill Borough 12 8
20  Wisbech St Mary 15 3

Lynn moved back to second spot in the league with a fine 4-2 win at Aggborough.
Both teams were unchanged from their outings on Saturday and it was Lynn who had the first shot on goal with Adam Marriott’s 20 yard free kick on three minutes going over.
The home side took the lead on six minutes with a left foot volley from recent signing Ashley Hemmings who found the net after good work from Correy Davidson.
Lynn levelled on ten minutes as the home defence looked surprisingly fragile despite their point against league leaders York City on Saturday. Aaron Jones was given plenty of time and space to whip in a cross that Chris Henderson headed home from close range.
Lynn were enjoying the bulk of possession and Marriott had the next chance, his low drive from the edge of the area beaten out by home ’keeper Cameron Gregory.
The dangerous Hemmings replied two minutes later but Alex Street got behind it.
The home side took the lead again on 22 minutes with a Richard Peniket curling shot from the edge of the area which found the net via the far post.
A couple of chances fell to the home side but Lynn equalised on 35 minutes when Gregory failed to hold a Michael Clunan corner leaving Rory McAuley with a simple finish.
Further chances came and went at both ends with a save from Street to deny a Peniket close range header quite outstanding.
A goal five minutes after the restart put Lynn ahead for the first time with Marriott’s sixteenth goal of the season after good work from Jones and Kidderminster never looked like finding away back. Michael Gash nearly made it three within minutes but his effort was blocked by Gregory and Marriott put the rebound over,
It was another Clunan corner on 66 minutes that made sure of the points for Lynn. The home side failed to clear the ball which hit Peniket and Ryan Jarvis was on hand to poke home through a crowded goalmouth.
Kidderminster: Gregory, Austin, Davidson, Butterfield, Moyo, Johnson, Weeks (Prosser 85), Williams (Shenton 69), Chambers (Diau 73), Hemmings, Peniket. Unused subs: Palmer, Higginson. Booked: Butterfield, Williams. Scorers: Hemmings 6, Peniket 22
Lynn: Street, Jones, Fox, Jarvis, Barrows, McAuley, Clunan, Richards, Gash, Marriott (Kelly 90+3), Henderson (Carey 81). Unused subs: Kelly, Payne, Stewart, Hawkins. Booked: Richards Scorers: Henderson 10, McAuley 35, Marriott 50. Jarvis 65
Attendance: 1,082