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Sutton United 5 King's Lynn Town 1
Saturday 14th November
Saturday 14th November
Vanarama National
15 Weymouth 7 7
16 Dagenham & Red 7 7
17 Barnet 6 7
18 King's Lynn 8 7
19 Chesterfield 7 6
20 Halifax Town 6 6
21 Altrincham 8 6

Thurlow Nunn Div One
09  Framlingham Town 11 13
10  Gt Yarmouth Town 11 13
11  Sheringham 10 12
12  King's Lynn U21s 10 12
13  Sudbury Reserves 8 11
14  Needham Market Res 10 10
15  Norwich CBS 10 9

The team that defeated Port Vale last Saturday went AWOL as Lynn conceded five goals for the second time this season.
Lynn were without the injured Jordan Richards whilst Simon Power, having picked up a knock last week, was on the bench.
Adam Marriott and Sonny Carey were given starts while Kairo Mitchell, cup-tied last week, had to settle for a place on the bench.
Apart from an early corner, Lynn didn't really appear in the first half and had to wait until the 40th minute before Jamar Loza had a shot and that was well over.
Lynn were slow to the ball, easily dispossessed and their passing poor.
Ironically they did manage to improve slightly after the restart in terms of chances but lost the second period 4-1.
The pace of Issac Olaofe caused Lynn problems throughout forcing Archie Mair into a good save with his legs on 17 minutes and Sutton had appeals for a penalty turned down three minutes later.
Sutton took a deserved lead on 24 minutes, Lynn were slow to react to a quickly taken thrown in and Olaofe scored from 10 yards, giving Mair no chance.
Surprisingly, there were no further goals despite Lynn struggling to get out of their own half. David Ajiboye and Omar Bugiel were both denied by Mair as Lynn were glad to hear the half-time whistle only a goal down.
The second half started as the first finished. Kenny Davis volleyed over and then Harry Beautyman should have done better with a shot that went straight at Mair.
There was no denying the home side and a Rob Milson corner on 52 minutes found the head of Olaofe to put the hosts 2-0 up.
Lynn rallied to their best spell of the game, which given what had gone before was not difficult. Loza forced Dean Bouzanis into a good save and then Marriott tried his luck but although the home keeper could only parry the ball Ben Goodliffe was on hand to block Dayle Southwell's attempt on the rebound.
Rory McAuley than had an effort saved and soon after Lynn's hopes ended. Ajiboye, another thorn in Lynn's side, was fouled by Michael Clunan and Davis’s free kick was tipped onto the bar by Mair and came back nicely for substitute Tobi Sho-Silva to head in his first goal of the season.
A minute later Olaofe, who hadn't scored for the U's prior to this game, completed his hat-trick, latching onto a Davis pass, turning past McAuley and scoring.
Southwell got a consolation goal for Lynn, shooting past Bouzanis and into the far corner but Sutton went nap with a header by Beautyman from another Milson corner.
Sutton: Bouzanis, Goodliffe, John, Ajiboye, Davis, Bugiel (Sho-Silva 61), Beautyman, Randall, Eastmond, Milsom, Olaofe (Kealy 74), Subs: Barden, Dundas, Sho-Silva, Kealy, Simpson. Booked; Olaofe, John, Scorers: Olaofe 24, 52, 69 Sho-Silva 68, Beautyman 88
Lynn: Mair, Barrows, Brown, McAuley, Lupano, Jarvis (Power 61), Carey, Clunan, Loza (Kelly 72), Marriott (Mitchell 61) , Southwell. Subs: Smith, King, Kelly, Mitchell, Power. Booked; Jarvis, Clunan Scorer: Southwell 77