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King's Lynn Town 0 Sutton United 1
Saturday 13th March
Saturday 13th March
Vanarama National
17 Solihull Moors 25 32
18 Woking 25 30
19 Wealdstone 26 29
20 Weymouth 26 23
21 King's Lynn 25 23
22 Barnet 25 13
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

The league leaders ground out a 1-0 win to complete the double over a resilient Linnets side in a game of few chances.
Lynn made two changes to the side that lost on Tuesday with Simeon Jackson and Alfie Payne coming in replacing Kairo Mitchell, who dropped to the bench, and the injured Jak Hickman.
Michael Gash was still ruled out through injury while there was no recall for the fit furloughed players.
Sutton were without the pacey Issac Olaofe and David Ajaboye, the destroyers of Lynn in the away fixture.
There were few chances, and little for either keeper to do, in the opening exchanges with the visitors just about seeing most of the play in the Lynn half.
An early chance saw the ball head to Jackson but he was denied by the timely interception of Ben Goodliffe.
Sonny Carey was once again the creative source of some good moves. On twelve minutes he was grounded by a Kenny Davis challenge but appeals for a penalty were waved away.
Harry Beautyman, a scorer for Sutton in the reverse fixture, volleyed just over for the visitors on 27 minutes with Carey replying with a shot that drifted wide.
Beautyman and Donovon Wilson had the final chances of the opening half for the visitors. The former heading wide from Jon Barden's cross and Wilson seeing a shot deflected.
Jackson saw a long range shot drift wide soon after the restart but the deadlock was broken in the 54th minute when a Chris Smith error allowed Omar Bugiel to surge forward and set up Wilson to shoot past Archie Mair for his debut goal.
Will Randall was then denied Sutton's second by Mair.
The introduction of Michael Gyasi caused trouble for the Sutton defence with visiting goalkeeper Dean Bouzanis was at full-stretch to keep out an effort.
Considering the league positions of the two clubs and Lynn's depleted resources this was a very respectable performance by the Linnets.
Lynn: Mair, Callan-McFadden, Smith, Clunan (Gyasi 73), Richards, Fleming, Kiwomya, Carey, Denton, Payne (Mitchell 59), Jackson. Subs: Gyasi, Mitchell, Bastock. Booked: McFadden, Smith, Carey
Sutton: Bouzanis, Barden, John, Goodliffe, Milsom. Beautyman (Simpson 83), Eastmond, Davis, Randall, Bugiel, Wilson (Sho-Silva 75). Subs: Dundas, Sho-Silva, Wyatt, Simpson, Nembhard. Scorer: Wilson 54