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Grimsby Town 0 King's Lynn Town 0
Tuesday 8th February
Tuesday 8th February
Vanarama National
Stockport County 27 29 55
Chesterfield 26 26 54
Halifax Town 26 20 50
Bromley 26 14 50
Boreham Wood 23 19 49
Solihull Moors 26 18 46
Wrexham 26 16 46
Notts County 25 18 45
Grimsby Town 27 11 43
Dag & Red 27 12 42
Torquay United 27 -1 38
Yeovil Town 25 -1 35
Southend United 26 -8 35
Woking 26 0 32
Eastleigh 25 -10 32
Aldershot Town 27 -10 30
Barnet 26 -19 30
Wealdstone 25 -12 28
Altrincham 27 -13 27
Maidenhead Utd 25 -19 27
Weymouth 26 -24 17
King's Lynn 25 -26 15
Dover Athletic 27 -40 -5

King's Lynn Town recorded two consecutive league matches unbeaten for the second time this season and their second successive clean sheet.
It was a hard earned point for the visitors in their fight against relegation and for much of the game the defence was under pressure as the Mariners dominated possession and territory but both teams had their chances to claim all three points.
After a bright start from the home side, Lynn had their first chance on 11 minutes when a low cross from Harry Phipps found Michael Clunan but his shot went well wide.
Chances came and went at both ends, Ross Barrows heading wide from a corner for Lynn and, on 25 minutes, Harry Clifton broke though for a one-on-one with Paul Jones but the Lynn keeper dived to deny him at the expense of a corner.
Cameron Hargreaves, making his first start for Lynn, was the first to test Max Crocombe in the home goal with shot from some 20 yards and the same player had the final chance of the first half, his deflected shot going straight through to Crocombe.
The Mariners pressed straight from the restart and had appeals, for what the video suggests was a blatant hand ball in the area, turned down.
The Mariners' best effort then saw a John McAtee effort hit an upright. The home side remained camped in the Lynn half with the visitors looking for the occasional break.
On 73 minutes Theo Widdrington forced Crocombe into a good save from 25 yards and Malachi Linton skipped past ex- Downham Town player Shaun Pearson but his cross was headed wide by Hargreaves.
In time added on Jones did well to keep out a Luke Waterfall header as resolute Lynn held on for a point.
Grimsby: Crocombe, Efete, Pearson, Waterfall, Amos, Raikhy (Burgess 81), Coke (Scanell 73), Clifton, McAtee, Sousa, Taylor (Abrahams 73). Subs: Smith, Scanell, Burgess, John-Lewis, Abrahams. Booked: Efete, Waterfall
Lynn: P Jones, A Jones, Scott, Denton (Hickman 71), Hargreaves, Clunan, Widdrington (McGavin 78), Coulson, Phipps, Barrows, Linton (Barrett 84). Subs: Hickman, McGavin, McFadden, Walker, Barrett. Booked: Widdrington, Barrows, Hargreaves
Attendance: 4,631 (73 from Lynn)