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King’s Lynn Town 2 Blyth Spartans 0
Saturday 13th August
Saturday 13th August
National North
Banbury United 2 3 6
King's Lynn Town 2 3 6
Leamington 2 4 4
Peterborough Sp 2 3 4
Chester 2 2 4
Darlington 2 2 4
AFC Telford Utd 2 1 4
Buxton 2 1 4
Kidderminster H 2 1 4
Gloucester City 2 0 3
Brackley Town 2 0 3
Southport 2 -1 3
AFC Fylde 2 -1 3
Scarborough Ath 2 -1 3
Spennymoor Town 2 0 2
Alfreton Town 2 0 2
Hereford 2 -1 1
Kettering Town 2 -1 1
Bradford (PA) 2 -1 1
Chorley 2 -1 1
Farsley Celtic 2 -4 1
Curzon Ashton 2 -2 0
Blyth Spartans 2 -3 0
Boston United 2 -4 0

Lynn became one of only two teams that remain with maximum points after two matches with a deserved victory over Blyth Spartans in the sweltering 30 degree heat.
Both teams were unchanged from the previous Saturday with Lynn dominating the open 20 minutes and should have had more than a single goal lead at the break.
The only goal of the half came in the third minute, Aaron Jones crossing for Gold Omotayo to knock-down and Michael Clunan to sweep home.
Alex Mitchell, in the visitors goal, found himself under pressure ten minutes later, first blocking Jordan Ponticelli’s effort and then watching the rebound fall to Theo Widdrington whose effort struck the bar.
Then, seconds later, he was on hand to deny Jones who tried his luck from distance.
A half chance fell to the visitors on 17 minutes but Paul Jones rushed out to beat Michael Richardson to the ball.
Mitchell was again in action to beat the onrushing Omotayo five minutes later but Blyth were beginning to settle, winning their first corner on 37 minutes.
Six minutes before the break Cameron Hargreaves had another chance for Lynn but once again the visiting keeper was equal to it.

Corey McKeown had an early tester for Paul Jones soon after the restart as Blyth were beginning to get the upper hand but a 59th minute goal settled Lynn’s nerves.
Omotayo and Josh Barrett were both involved in the build-up before Widdrington rocketed home via the bar.
Lynn had chances to increase their lead through Barrett and then Ponticelli who just failed to connect onto a Hargreaves’ cross. Barrett then had a free kick opportunity which was easilt#y dealt with by Mitchell.
Blyth looked for a consolation but they lacked finishing quality, their closest being from Nathan Buddle who’s effort was straight at Jones and a ball from Sam Fishburn which JJ O’Donnell was inches away from connecting.
Lynn: P Jones, A Jones (Barrett h/t), Crowther, Coulson, Denton, Scott, Widdrington, Clunan, Hargreaves, Ponticelli (Stephens 77), Omatayo (Walker 69) Subs: Barrett, Walker, Fleming, Stephens, Keller. Booked: Crowther, Denton. Scorers: Clunan 3, Widdrington 59
Blyth: Mitchell, Evans (Buddle 75), Liddle, Nicholson,  Lees, Richardson (Fishburn 65), Hickey, McNall (Gillies 65), O’Donnell, McKeown, Deverdics. Subs: Buddle, Gillies, Fishburn, Elsdon, Dopson. Booked: Evans, Richardson
Attendance: 886