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Halifax Town 2 King's Lynn Town 0
Tuesday 14th December
Tuesday 14th December
Vanarama National
Chesterfield 18 21 39
Halifax Town 19 15 39
Boreham Wood 18 15 38
Bromley 19 13 37
Wrexham 20 15 36
Solihull Moors 20 8 36
Notts County 19 11 35
Grimsby Town 19 10 32
Yeovil Town 18 5 31
Stockport County 18 7 30
Dag & Red 19 11 29
Altrincham 19 4 25
Eastleigh 18 -3 25
Barnet 19 -7 25
Woking 19 0 24
Torquay United 19 -4 24
Wealdstone 19 -10 21
Aldershot Town 19 -9 20
Southend United 18 -15 15
Weymouth 19 -17 15
Maidenhead Utd 18 -19 15
King's Lynn 19 -23 11
Dover Athletic 19 -28 -8

Lynn manager Tommy Widdrington saw his new charges suffer defeat for the first time as high flying Halifax moved up to second place in the table. Both sides were unchanged from their victories on Saturday.
Halifax started and ended the opening 45 minutes strongly but Lynn were not overwhelmed and had the best of the first half opportunities.
An early Matty Warburton shot for the home side was blocked and turned away for a corner.
Lynn replied with a Brett McGavin free kick on 19 minutes which went straight into the defensive wall and Malachi Linton tested the home keeper Sam Johnson a few minutes later.
Johnson was again in action to deny Munashe Sundire just before the half hour.
The Lynn defence then came under pressure but were able to block efforts from Kieran Green, Jordan Slew and Billy Waters while Sundire had another attempt on goal for Lynn.

The home side had a chance in the opening minute following the restart. Warburton's volley beating Paul Jones but Pierce Bird cleared the ball off the line and they continued to dominate although Lynn did create a couple of chances that came from the head of Gold Omotayo.
In the 63rd minutes, the breakthrough came with a Lynn defence caught napping when Warburton low shot from the edge of the box beat Jones and found the net.
Lynn tried to level matters but Ethan Coleman’s header was saved comfortably by Johnson while Linton saw his header turned over the woodwork by Johnson.
Jack Vale then had a shot cleared off the line but he was not to be denied.
The scoring was completed deep into injury time when Daniel Bowry, from a throw in, tried to get the ball to an unsuspecting Paul Jones allowing Vale to nip in and score with ease.
Halifax: Johnson, Wren, Senior, Bradbury, Maher, Spence (Summerfield 64), Green, Warburton, Waters (Wood 74), Slew, Newby (Vale 64). Subs: Gilmour, Vale, Woods, Summerfield, Benn. Scorers: Warburton 63, Vale 90+3
Lynn: P Jones, Bird, Bowry, Clunan, Coleman, Omotayo, Linton (Kurran-Browne 80), McGavin, A Jones, Sundire (Gyasi 90+1), Barrett (Charles 69). Subs: Charles, Gyasi, Barrows, Raspberry, Kurran-Browne.
Attendance: 1,604 (32 away)