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Chesterfield 4 King's Lynn Town 1
Tuesday 11th May
Tuesday 11th May
Vanarama National
16 Yeovil Town 38 48
17 Altrincham 38 42
18 Weymouth 38 36
19 Wealdstone 39 33
20 Woking 39 32
21 King's Lynn 38 29
22 Barnet 37 24

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

Lynn's defeat at the hands of Chesterfield was their ninth consecutive game without a win, making it their longest run since the club was reformed.
There was a surprise return for Ryan Jarvis in the starting line-up making his 150th appearance, his first since Notts County at the beginning of March.
Jarvis was influential in midfield in a first half which saw Lynn undeservedly trail at the break.
The home side made a bright start with Jak McCourt seeing a curling effort hit the upright on eight minutes.
Lynn, despite their dismal run of recent results, gave a good account of themselves against the play-off hopefuls. Kyle Callan-McFadden's looping header landed on the roof of the net but it was the home side that were getting near the target.
Laurence Maguire drove forward and unleashed a shot from distance which went just wide of the post but three minutes later the Spireites took the lead.
A short corner routine on the Lynn left resulted in a Manny Oyeleke cross which found Adi Yussuf whose stooping header found the net from close range.
Lynn responded within three minutes with a McCourt error allowing in Sonny Carey who beat one defender before putting the ball under James Montgomery.
Two minutes later Chesterfield were back in front, George Carline's low shot taking a deflection on its way to the net.
Lynn had a chance to level matters before the break but Carey's free-kick was tipped over by Montgomery.
Within two minutes of the restart Lynn fell further behind. A Clarke corner resulted in head tennis ping-pong in the area, the ball eventually finding Joseph Yarney who bundled home.
On 54 minutes the Lynn defensive wall fell apart to allow Danny Rowe's low free kick from some 30 yards to complete the scoring.
The remainder of the half was a matter of damage limitation for Lynn and game management for the Chesterfield as a torrential thunderstorm provided the entertainment for the closing stages.
Chesterfield: Montgomery, Carline, Yarney, Gunning, Macguire, Whittle (Evans 75), McCourt (Whelan 70), Oyeleke, Clarke, Yussuf (Dinanga 66), Rowe. Subs: Evans, Mandeville, Dinanga, Whelan, Mitchell. Scorers: Yussuf 28, Carline 33, Yarney 47, Rowe 54
Lynn: Richardson, Howard, Fleming, Callan-McFadden, McAuley, Denton, Jarvis (Payne 46), Clunan, Carey, Kiwomya (Jackson 62), Gash. Subs: Gyasi, Payne, Babos, Bastock, Jackson. Booked: Denton. Scorer: Carey 31