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King's Lynn Town v Walsall
Saturday 6th November
Saturday 6th November
Vanarama National
Boreham Wood 14 9 30
Chesterfield 14 14 29
Grimsby Town 14 14 29
Bromley 13 13 27
Halifax Town 14 10 27
Solihull Moors 14 4 26
Notts County 14 7 25
Dag & Red 14 10 23
Stockport County 13 -1 20
Altrincham 13 3 19
Woking 13 3 18
Eastleigh 13 -2 18
Wrexham 12 3 17
Barnet 14 -10 16
Yeovil Town 12 -1 15
Torquay United 13 -4 15
Weymouth 14 -7 15
Maidenhead Utd 13 -5 14
Wealdstone 13 -7 14
Southend United 13 -10 11
King's Lynn 13 -11 8
Aldershot Town 13 -10 7
Dover Athletic 13 -22 -9

Lynn went out of the FA Cup to their League Two opposition but made Walsall work for their win and manager Ian Culverhouse saying the his players gave Walsall too much respect in the first half.
The Saddlers showed Lynn the greatest respect in fielding a team showing just one change from that which defeated Sutton United the previous Saturday and that
being a place in the starting line-up for Tyrese Shade who came on as substitute and scored the previous week.
Lynn only had two players remaining from the side that defeated Port Vale in the corresponding round last season.
So often this season, one goal has been enough to defeat Lynn and so it proved, and once again it arrived in the opening 15 minutes.
Ethan Coleman tried to block a Hayden White cross only for the ball to loop over to the far post for Brendan Kieran to tap home.
Prior to that the Saddlers had dominated, winning four corners and forcing Lynn keeper Paul Jones to save a effort by George Miller from eight yards.
Lynn's one shot toward goal in the first half came from a 28th minute free kick some 20 yards out but Coleman's shot was well over.
Although Lynn had more if the play as the first half progressed there was little attacking threat.
Lynn introduced Gold Omotayo at the break but it was the visitors that had the early half chances from Kiernan and Emmanuel Osadebe.
The game became more end-to-end although neither goalkeeper was truly tested.
Junior Morias had shot deflected away on 57 minutes and three minutes later Michael Clunan had a shot which beat keeper Emmanuel Osadebe but was cleared off the line by White.
Lynn began to put their visitors under pressure, helped by the introduction of Josh Barrett. He combined with Morias, the latter putting in a shot which was blocked by Stephen Ward with Lynn appealing for handball.
Lynn grew in confidence but although they looked more threatening their efforts could not be converted into goals as the Saddlers managed to see the game out.
Lynn: P Jones, Fernandez (Bird 59), McFadden, Bowry, Clunan, Coleman, Morias, Linton (Barrett 61), A Jones, Barrows (Omotayo h/t), Davis (McGavin 78). Subs: Bird, Omotayo, McGavin, Sundire, Barrett. Booked: Barrows, Fernandez
Walsall: Rushworth, White, Ward, Labadie, Monthe, Kiernan (Phillips 64), Osadebe (Perry 82), Miller, Earing, Menayese, Shade. Subs: Rose, Taylor, Phillips, Bates, Leak, Khan, Sadler, Perry. Booked: Kiernan. Scorer: Kiernan 15

Attendance: 1,934 (698 away supporters)