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Spennymoor Town 2 King's Lynn Town 2
Saturday 7th September
Saturday 7th September
Vanarama National North
01 King's Lynn 10 23
02 York City 10 22
03 Chester 10 21
04 Alfreton Town 10 19
05 Guiseley 10 17
06 Boston United 9 16
07 Farsley Celtic 10 16

Thurlow Nunn Div One
14  Gt Yarmouth Town 5 5
15  Norwich CBS 4 3
16  Felixstowe Reserves 6 3
17  Framlingham Town 5 2
18  King's Lynn Reserves 6 2
19  Cornard United 6 2
20  Wisbech St Mary 5 0

Lynn came from behind twice thanks to two goals from corners to extend their unbeaten run to nine games despite a poor first half performance.
The home side were without leading scorer Glen Taylor but the addition to the starting line-up of Adam Boyes and James Roberts paid dividends as both scored.
The Moors started in determined mood whilst Lynn were, at best, sluggish.
Roberts tested Alex Street twice before Boyse headed over Dan Ward’s chip with the goal gaping and that before five minutes had elapsed.
Lynn were trying to play their passing game but were having difficulty doing so outside their own half.
The pressure continued to mount on the visitors’ defence but it was not until the 25 minute that the home side took a deserved lead.
Rob Ramshaw flicked on a throw-in into the path of Boyes who drilled a volley past Street.
Just past the half hour mark saw Ben McKenna fire over from distance and then just after the half hour
Lynn managed their first chances on note with Michael Gash and Adam Marriott both hitting the woodwork in the space of two minutes.
Boyes had a chance to increase Moors lead on 38 minutes but his shot from Roberts’ cut-back went inches wide.
Aaron Jones was lucky not to receive his second yellow card of the afternoon when he kicked the ball away minutes after being booked for a
foul but it was Lynn who had the last chance of the first half Rory McAuley seeing his header cleared off the line by Shane Henry.
A scrappy start to the second half saw Lynn in more determined mood and on 54 minutes, with Moors down to ten men with Henry off receiving treatment,
a 54th minute corner was headed on by McAuley for Marriott to finish.
The Moors retook the lead 11 minutes later Boyes slipping the ball through to Roberts to finish from a tight angle with Lynn looking for the offside flag.
The offside flag did come to Lynn’s rescue minutes later when Boyes netted a ball from Ward.
Marriott found himself in on goal on 75 minutes but home ’keeper Matt Gould managed to force the shot wide for a corner.
Lynn weren’t to be denied, however, and from Michael Clunan’s corner McAuley headed home.
There was still time for chances at both ends but the teams had to settle for a point apiece.
Spennymoor: Gould: Williams, Henry (Brogan 55), Chandler, Magnay, Curtis, Ward (Cogan 84), Ranshaw, Boyes, Roberts (Johnson 76), McKenna. Unused subs: Mason, Atkinson. Scorers: Boyes 25. Roberts 65
Lynn: Street, Jones, Fox, Jarvis (Richards 82), Fryatt, McAuley, Clunan, Payne (Kelly 63), Gash, Marriott, Henderson (Carey 72). Unused subs: Barrows, Stewart. Booked: Clunan, Jones. Henderson, McAuley. Scorers: Marriott 54. McAuley 75
Attendance: 1,063 (inc 80 from Lynn)