• blueandgold
  • amazon
  • facebook
  • easyfundraising
  • twitter
Our sponsors
Blue & Gold Trust Official Website

Tonbridge Angels 1 King's Lynn Town 1
Saturday 15th January
Saturday 15th January
Vanarama National
Halifax Town 23 20 47
Chesterfield 21 25 46
Boreham Wood 20 16 42
Notts County 21 15 41
Bromley 22 13 41
Dag & Red 23 16 39
Stockport County 21 15 39
Wrexham 22 15 39
Grimsby Town 22 11 36
Solihull Moors 22 6 36
Yeovil Town 21 0 31
Torquay United 23 -1 31
Eastleigh 21 -5 31
Woking 22 0 28
Barnet 22 -10 27
Altrincham 24 -7 26
Aldershot Town 23 -9 25
Wealdstone 21 -10 24
Southend United 21 -13 22
Maidenhead Utd 20 -18 19
Weymouth 21 -19 15
King's Lynn 21 -26 11
Dover Athletic 23 -34 -8

For the second successive season King's Lynn Town's interest in the FA Trophy ended in a penalty shoot-out against a team from a lower league.
With both times failing to average a goal-a-game in their respective leagues this was never going to a high scoring encounter.
Lynn made changes to the starting line-up that lost to Notts County with Brett McGavin and Malachi Linton coming in at the expense of Theo Widdrington and Dan Bowry.
Cup tied Ken Charles was absent from the bench which welcomed back Tyler Denton and Kyle Callan-McFadden after injury.
Lynn had the better of the first half in terms of possession although chances were mostly off target - Josh Barrett being the main driver behind Lynn's efforts.
It was Barrett who had the first effort which went just wide followed by McGavin whose long range effort was straight at Jonathan Henly in the home goal.
Gold Omotayo just failed to get his head to a cross on 13 minutes with the home side responding on 21 minutes with leading scorer Joe Turner shooting straight at Paul Jones.
The best chance of the first half fell to Malachi Linton around the 35 minutes mark but his effort was sliced wide.
Just before the break Ethan Coleman was fouled but his claims for a penalty only resulted in him being booked.
The home side came more into the game as the first half drew to a close and this continued after the restart with Turner hitting the Lynn post following a scramble.
Perhaps it was inevitable that the deadlock should be broken by a set-piece and it came from Barrett with a curling free kick from 20 yards on 75 minutes.
It was a lead that Lynn failed to hold and on 83 minutes substitute Aaron Smith-Joseph got in a cross which was headed home by Tommy Wood.
Tonbridge: Henly, Jenkins, Braham-Barrett, Taylor (Smith-Joseph 66), Miles, Hudson. Fielding, Lovatt, Wood (O'Sullivan 87), Beere (Olutade 81), Turner. Subs: Smith-Joseph, Embury, Olutade, O'Sullivan, Moore, McKimm. Booked: Miles Scorer: Wood 83
Lynn: P Jones, A Jones, Coleman, Bird (Denton 73), Barrows, Scott, Clunan, McGavin, Barrett (Sundire 80), Linton (Kurran-Brown 61), Omotayo. Subs: Denton, McFadden, Bowry, Gyasi, Sundire, Kurran-Brown. Booked: Coleman, Barrows. Scorer: BarrettĀ  75
Attendance: 835
Pens: Clunan missed, Olutade scored 0-1
McGavin scored, Turner scored 1-2
Coleman scored, Lovatt missed 2-2
Omotayo missed, Braham-Barrett scored 2-3
Denton scored, Jenkins scored 3-4