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King's Lynn Town 5 Leamington 2
Tuesday 12th November
Tuesday 12th November
Vanarama National North
01 York City 16 36
02 King's Lynn 17 35
03 Chester 17 31
04 Spennymoor 17 29
05 Southport 17 28
06 Farsley Celtic 16 26
07 Alfreton Town 17 25

Thurlow Nunn Div One
14  Leiston Reserves 13 15
15  AFC Sudbury Reserves 10 13
16  Haverhill Borough 13 11
17  Felixstowe Reserves 15 11
18  Framlingham Town 13 9
19  King's Lynn Reserves 13 8
20  Wisbech St Mary 16 3

If it is goals that you are seeking then watching league games involving King’s Lynn Town is the place to find them.
Lynn have seen 68 of them this season, an average of four a game, Gloucester are second in the "table" with 59 goals - an average of just under three and a half.
Fortunately for Lynn 40 of the 68 goals are in the "goals for" column, twelve more than league leaders York and 10 more than third paced Chester.
Tuesday evening saw Lynn run out deserved 5-2 winners with Lynn camped in the visitors’ half for the opening period making the fans wait until the 15th minute for the inevitable first goal.
Michael Clunan was grounded in the box but the referee allowed advantage and Adam Marriott was on hand to drill the loose ball into the bottom left hand corner of the net.
Goal number two arrived 12 minutes later, Sonny Carey marking his first league start of the season with his second goal of the week, thumping home a half volley from 25 yards.
Marriott weighed in with his twentieth goal of the season on 34 minutes with a turn and strike in a crowded box to make it 3-0.
The Brakes pulled a goal back seven minutes before the interval. Rory McAuley picked up his fourth booking of the season and from the resultant Dexter Walters free kick Junior English slid in at the front post to turn the ball past Alex Street after the Lynn defence had failed to clear.
McAuley was perhaps lucky to get away with a talking to after March had received an arm in the face, fortunately the resultant free kick went wide of the Lynn goal.
Three minutes after the restart Lynn scored their fourth of the evening, Jordan Richards chested Clunan’s corner home from close range.
With three minutes remaining Lynn were once again guilty of not defending the ball-in from a free kick and Jack Edwards scooped home but Lynn restored the three goal margin with Michael Gash scoring his sixth of the season.
Lynn: Street, Barrows, Fox, Carey (Hawkins 73), Ward, McAuley, Clunan (Payne 81), Richards, Gash, Marriott, Henderson (Kelly 73). Subs: Payne, Kelly, Jones, Hawkins, Stewart. Booked: McAuley. Scorers: Marriott 15, 34 Carey 27, Richard 48, Gash 88
Leamington: Weaver, English (Gittings 74), Morley, Clarke (Dunbar 74), Mace, Lane, Walters (Anderson 70), Maycock, Marsh, Edwards, Carline. Subs: Gittings, Dunbar, Anderson, Taylor, Murphy. Booked: Morley. Gittings. Scorer: English 40, Edwards 87
Attendance: 871