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Woking 3 King's Lynn Town 0
Saturday 6th March
Saturday 6th March
Vanarama National
17 Dagenham & Red 25 30
18 Woking 23 29
19 Wealdstone 24 26
20 Weymouth 25 23
21 King's Lynn 23 23
22 Barnet 22 12
23 Dover Athletic 15 10

Thurlow Nunn Div One
10  Diss Town 12 15
11  Framlingham Town 11 13
12  Needham Market Res 12 13
13  King's Lynn U21s 11 12
14  Cornard United 12 11
15  Sudbury Reserves 10 11
16  Debenham LC 10 10

King's Lynn Town moved from three matches unbeaten to three without a win at Woking, although the margin of defeat might have been a little unfair.
The afternoon belonged to Jamar Loza - the former Linnet scored one goal, created another and, basically, caused the Lynn defence plenty of problems.
Lynn made three changes from the the side that drew 2-2 at Notts County with Kyle-Callan McFadden returning from suspension and Michael Gash and Alex Kiwomya given starts. Michael Clunan and Ryan Jarvis had to settle with places on the bench whilst Ross Barrows was out with an injury.
Lynn started brightly with Kiwomya causing problems for the home defence, Kairo Mitchell just failing to get a touch on a Kiwomya cross and then Gash having a header hit the underside of the Woking crossbar from a corner and Cameron King's attempt on the rebound blocked.
There were chances at both ends as Woking came more into the game and it was the home side who took the lead in the 28th minute; Loza turning past two Lynn defenders to create space, crossing for the unmarked Sam Ashford to head home on his debut.
Gash had a shot deflected away for a corner but it was Loza who created a better chance, beating the Lynn defence before putting in a curling shot just wide of the far post.
Lynn had to replace King at the break but started brightly. Mitchell testing home keeper Craig Ross who kept the ball out at the expense of a corner.
Loza, however, could not be kept quiet, latching onto a Clunan loose ball, his curling shot across goal hitting the far post.
It should have been 2-0 in the 65th minute when Ben Gerring hit the bar and Jayden Wareham headed goalwards. The streaming pictures suggested the ball had crossed the line before being cleared but the referee's assistant ruled the goal out.
Woking pressured with four corners but it was Lynn who had the next chance - Chris Smith heading over when well placed.
Two goals in the last ten minutes killed off Lynn's challenge. Loza got the goal he deserved on 81 minutes after Wareham took advantage of a Smith slip.
The scoring was completed in the final minute of normal time. A free kick, resulting from a foul on Loza, was taken by Charlie Cooper and eventually turned in by Gerring.
Lynn never gave up but a late consolation eluded them with substitute Gyasi’s shot blocked and a free kick that went into the wall. .
Woking: Ross, Cook, Cooper, Gerring, Diarra, Ferdinand, Kretzschmar, Lofthouse, Muir (Wareham 63), Ashford (Napa 79), Loza. Booked: Ferdinand, Kretzschmar. Subs: Casey, Smith, Jarvis, Napa, Wareham. Scorers: Ashford 28. Loza 81, Gerring 90
Lynn: Mair, Callan-McFadden, Smith, Richards (Gyasi 82), Gash, Fleming, King (Clunan 46), Mitchell, Kiwomya (Jarvis 72), Carey, Denton, Subs: Clunan, Gyasi, Jarvis, Bastock.