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Farsley Celtic 2 King's Lynn Town 0
Tuesday 6th December
Tuesday 6th December
National NorthFull table
Brackley Town 22 11 42
Darlington 22 12 41
Scarborough Ath 22 9 39
King's Lynn Town 19 17 38
Chester 21 14 37
AFC Fylde 18 10 36
Peterborough Sp 22 4 33
Banbury United 21 8 32
Southport 21 3 32
Gloucester City 22 0 32
Chorley 21 8 31
Kidderminster H 21 -2 28
Alfreton Town 20 2 26
Leamington 22 -1 26
Hereford 20 0 25
Boston United 21 -3 25
Spennymoor Town 21 -5 24
Curzon Ashton 20 -3 23
Bradford (PA) 21 -9 22
Buxton 18 -7 21
Kettering Town 22 -17 21
Farsley Celtic 20 -14 19
Blyth Spartans 20 -11 18
AFC Telford Utd 21 -26 10

Farsley's lowest gate of the season so far, saw them spring a surprise as they defeated the high flying Linnets and saw the relegation strugglers end their run of three games without a goal.
For Lynn it was only the second time this season that they had failed to score in a league match.
Adam Crowther, back from suspension, took the place of Kyle Callan-McFadden in an otherwise unchanged Lynn starting line-up.
The host had the better start with Frank Mulhern producing a couple of early chances before Josh Coulson replied for Lynn with an effort that went over.
Farsley took the lead on 15 minutes with Mulhern latching on to Jimmy Spencer’s long ball to finish over the stranded Paul Jones.
Lynn fell further behind on 34 minutes when a Mulhern through ball took a deflection to find Carlton Ubaezuonu to score into the bottom corner.
Lynn came more into the game but found Max Dearnley in the home goal in fine forming making two good saves with Christian Oxlade-Chamberlain and Joshua Barrett being denied.

Farsley did enough after the break to claim the points with Lynn’s best efforts coming from Gold Omatoyo whose attempt from Cameron Hargreaves’s cross was blocked by Andy Butler.
Lynn’s next chance fell to Joshua Coulson after a good flick-on from Ken Charles, but his scuffed shot failed to test Dearnley.

While Lynn can can look at their games in hand and argue that it is enough to take them top of league, AFC Fylde are now in a position to top Lynn.

Celtic: Dearnley, Turner, Butroid, Johnson, Butler, Teale, Allan, Ubaezuonu, Spencer, Mulhern, Parkin (Wallace 90+2). Subs: Wallace, Assenso, Osadebe, Mason. Booked: Spencer, Mulhern, Johnson. Scorers: Mulhern 15, Ubaezuonu 34
Lynn: P Jones, A Jones, Denton, Scott, Crowther, Coulson, Hargreaves, Clunan, Oxlade-Chamberlain (Charles 73), Barrett, Omotayo. Subs: Callan-McFadden, Fleming, Walker, Charles, Blair. Booked: Barrett, Clunan
Attendance: 237