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King's Lynn Town 1 Dagenham & Redbridge 2
Saturday 11th September
Saturday 11th September
Vanarama National
Dag & Red 5 7 13
Boreham Wood 5 5 13
Chesterfield 5 6 11
Grimsby Town 4 4 10
Notts County 5 6 9
Yeovil Town 4 4 9
Halifax Town 5 3 9
Wrexham 5 3 9
Weymouth 5 0 7
Woking 4 3 6
Maidenhead Utd 4 0 6
Altrincham 4 0 6
Solihull Moors 4 0 5
Southend United 5 -2 5
Wealdstone 5 -2 5
Stockport County 5 -4 5
Bromley 4 0 4
King's Lynn 5 -3 4
Torquay United 5 -7 4
Eastleigh 4 -5 2
Barnet 5 -8 2
Aldershot Town 5 -6 0
Dover Athletic 4 -4 -11

Lynn recorded their first home National League goal of the season but it came too late and was not enough to prevent a third consecutive defeat at The Walks.
Ian Culverhouse made four changes to the team that drew with Eastleigh. Ruled out injured was Gold Omotayo while Kyle Callan-McFadden, Malachi Linton and Munashe Sundire had to settle for a place on the bench.
In came Junior Morias, back from suspension, and there were first starts for Zain Walker and Brett McGavin with Luis Fernandez completing the additions to the line-up.
Aaron Jones took a place on the bench meaning that there was no places for Joe Gascoigne and Michael Gyasi.
Lynn looked like the team at the top of the league table rather than their opponents in the first half with Ethan Coleman and Joe Rowley testing visiting keeper Elliot Justham in the early stages. Morias was just inches away from connecting with Ross Barrows' low cross
Lynn's two loanees were impressing with an excellent cross-field pass from McGavin picking out Barrows who just failed to connect at the back post.
A Tyler Denton header, from a Coleman cross, was no trouble for Justham and Morias blasted wide after more good work from McGavin.

For the Daggers, Mauro Vilhete was the main threat but the visitors' best effort was comfortably saved by Paul Jones - Matt Robinson trying a shot after being played in by Vilhete.
The best save of the half came from Justham just before the break, his fingertips pushing McGavin's half volley onto the post and away for a corner.

The Daggers introduced Myles Weston at half time and within two minutes of the restart he provided the cross which was nodded back across goal by George Saunders for Josh Walker to tap home.
The visitors were now looking the league leaders and Vilhete shot over from 10 yards.
A quickly taken free kick let in Walker but his shot was parried by Jones at the expense of a corner.
Lynn tried to get back into the game with Morias shooting just wide but the game was put beyond the home side through Weston
Morias did find the net in time added on, his goal bound shot being deflected home by Callum Reynolds.

Lynn: P Jones, Fernandez. Denton, Bird, Bowry (Sundire 79 ), Coleman, Morias, McGavin (Clunan 75), Barrows, Walker (Linton 66), Rowley. Subs: Callan-McFadden, Clunan, Linton, A Jones, Sundire. Booked: Fernandez, Denton, Bowry, Barrows. Scorer: Morias 90+1
Daggers; Justham, Wright, Reynolds, Johnson, Saunders, Phipps (Weston 46), Ling, Robinson, Vilhete, Walker (Rance 90+2), McCallum. Subs: Rance, Clark, Weston, Wilson, Scott. Scorers: Walker 47, Weston 88
Attendance: 859