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King's Lynn Town 3 Alvechurch 0
Monday 6th May
Monday 6th May
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
01 Kettering Town 42 94
02 King's Lynn Town 42 80
03 Stourbridge 42 78
04 Alvechuch 42 73
05 Stratford Town 42 69
06 Coalville Town 42 67
07 Biggleswade Town 42 66

Thurlow Nunn Div One
11  Debenham LC 36 43
12  Cornard United 36 42
13  Sudbury Reserves 36 39
14  King's Lynn Res 36 38
15  Diss Town 36 37
16  Haverhill Borough 36 33
17  Needham Market Res 36 33

Thurlow Nunn Div One
08  Gt Yarmouth Town 36 55
09  Wisbech St Mary 36 54
10  Downham Town 36 48
11  Lakenheath 36 48
12  Debenham LC 36 44
13  King's Lynn U21s 36 44
14  Haverhill Borough 36 44

Lynn progressed to the Super Play-Off with a relatively easy win against Alvechurch who offered little once Lynn had got their noses in front.
The Linnets named an unchanged starting line-up from Saturday’s 3-1 victory over Stratford and just one change to when Lynn met Church in March with Ross Barrows in for Joe Robinson.
Alvechurch made two changes from their 2-1 semi-final success against Stourbridge and three from their last visit to The Walks.

Lynn started brightly with visiting ’keeper Dan Crane having to be quick out to deny Michael Gash who had got on the end of a long ball from Chris Henderson. On ten minutes Lynn took the lead when Adam Marriott managed to make enough room to drill a shot past Crane.
Marriott had a chance to double the lead from almost an identical position a few minutes later but his shot was wide while Ross Barrows tried his luck from distance but fired straight at the visiting keeper.
Alvechurch main threat was from the long throws of Tom Tonks.
Lynn’s claims for a penalty just before the half hour were turned away and Chris Henderson was booked for simulation and although ’Church came more into the game their best chance of the opening half came on 37 minutes but the header from Josh March lacked power nd was no trouble for Alex Street.
Crane had to go beyond "routine" to push away a low Marriott strike after good work from Jordan Richards just before the break.
The ’Church keeper was again in action soon after the restart producing a double save from Barrows and Marriott but from the resulting corner Henderson was grounded by Andre Landell and Marriott made no mistake from the spot, sending Crane the wrong way.
A rare Alvechurch attack saw James Roberts get on the end of a Dave Bellis pass only for his effort to be saved by Street. The scoring was completed in the 87th minute when a Michael Clunan corner was headed in by Gash.
Lynn: Street, Barrows (Jones 74), Blake-Tracy, Jarvis, Fryatt, McAuley, Clunan, Richards, Gash (Mellors-Blair 88), Marriott, Henderson (Hawkins 83). Subs: Jones, Parker, Mellors-Blair, Hawkins, Robinson. Booked: Henderson, Jarvis. Scorer: Marriott 10, 48 pen. Gash 87
Alvechurch: Crane, K Morrison, Foster, Turton (Cook 69), Willets, Carter, Bellis, Tonks (Botfield 56), Landell (T Morrison 56), Roberts, March. Subs: Cook, Botfield, Winwood, T Morrison, Price. Booked: Roberts, March, Bellis
Attendance: 1,617