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Wealdstone 3 King's Lynn Town 1
Tuesday 9th March
Tuesday 9th March
Vanarama National
17 Solihull Moors 24 32
18 Woking 24 30
19 Wealdstone 25 29
20 Weymouth 25 23
21 King's Lynn 24 23
22 Barnet 23 12
23 Dover Athletic 15 10

Thurlow Nunn Div One
10  Diss Town 12 15
11  Framlingham Town 11 13
12  Needham Market Res 12 13
13  King's Lynn U21s 11 12
14  Cornard United 12 11
15  Sudbury Reserves 10 11
16  Debenham LC 10 10

If only Lynn had taken their early chances, if only they had not lost new on loan signing Jak Hickman to a hamstring injury after 36 minutes, the result at Grosvenor Vale might have been different.
Lynn made two changes from the side beaten by Woking with Michael Clunan and Jak Hickman coming for the injured Michael Gash and Cameron King.
New signings Alfie Payne and Simeon Jackson were given places on the bench but there was no Ryan Jarvis, another one in the treatment room.
Lynn made a bright start. Hickman creating early balls that went across goal but were either cleared or failed to find a Lynn player and Sonny Carey, from distance, tested keeper Harry Isted and then played in Kairo Mitchell who shot wide.
Lynn were enjoying the bulk of possession but little of this was in the final quarter of the field.
The hosts took the lead against the run of play on nine minutes. A quickly taken free kick over the Lynn defence found Danny Green who had space and time to beat Archie Mair.
Lynn continued to create chances with Alex Kiwomya shooting just wide of the home goal.
With Hickman limping off Lynn had hardly had time to re-organise before they went further behind. A Jacob Mendy cross from the right providing Ross Lafayette with a simple touch to direct the ball home.
Carey tried again from distance as the half drew to a close but Isted was equal to it.
Lynn started the second half as they had the first with Tyler Denton crossing for Kairo Mitchell to try his luck but Isted saved.
Denton then tried to score himself but it was straight at the keeper.
Jackson put a chance wide on the hour mark but on 66 minutes Jacob Mendy evaded two defenders to score Stones' third.
Lynn got a consolation their efforts deserved when Mitchell got on the end of a Kiwomya cross and might have added another but Mitchell's cross-shot was cleared off the line and substitute Michael Gyasi put the follow-up wide.
Wealdstone: Isted, Efete, Okimo, Cawley, Mendy, Charles, Phillips. Dyer (Wishart 63), Green (Hughes 81), Lewis, Lafayette (Parish 63). Subs: Askew, Hughes, Wishart, Parish, Hearn. Booked: Dyer. Scorer: Green 9, Lafayette 37, Mendy 66
Lynn: Mair, Callan-McFadden, Smith, Clunan, Richards (Payne 85), Fleming (Gyasi 73), Mitchell, Kiwomya, Carey, Denton, Hickman (Jackson 36). Subs: Gyasi, Jackson, Payne. Scorer: Mitchell 81