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Curzon Ashton 1 King's Lynn Town 1
Tuesday 15th August
Tuesday 15th August
National NorthFull table
Scunthorpe Utd 3 5 7
Brackley Town 3 2 7
Hereford 3 2 7
Spennymoor Town 3 4 6
Tamworth 3 4 6
Blyth Spartans 3 3 6
Warrington 3 3 6
Scarborough Ath 3 3 6
Alfreton Town 3 1 6
Curzon Ashton 3 2 5
Farsley Celtic 3 2 5
Bishop's Stortford 3 1 4
Chester 3 1 4
South Shields 3 0 4
Boston United 3 0 4
Peterborough Sp 3 0 4
Chorley 3 0 3
Banbury United 3 -4 3
King's Lynn 3 -3 2
Buxton 3 -2 1
Rushall Olympic 3 -3 1
Gloucester City 3 -4 1
Darlington 3 -7 0
Southport 3 -10 0

King's Lynn Town continue to look for their first win of the season, something they might have achieved but for some wayward finishing.
Lynn had the better of the early exchanges without troubling the home keeper.
Tom Hughes put the ball just wide of the post and three further shots were well off target.

Curzon began to come more into the game and took the lead on 36 minutes when Adam Barton shrugged of the attentions of Tommy Hughes in the centre circle and his through ball
saw Miles Storey break past Emmanuel Oke to put the ball past Ronnie Sandford.

Storey had the chance to add a second when he worked his way into the box but his curling effort clipped the far corner of the crossbar.

Five minutes after the restart a Linnets' attack saw several shots blocked before the ball fell to Ben Stephens whose lob over the crowded goalmouth bounced onto the roof of the net.

Lynn equalised in the 84th minute. Ben Stephens' ball into the box was blocked by Marcus Poscha who only succeeded in putting the ball out to Kian Ronan on the right who set up
Ismael Fatadjo to curl the ball into the bottom left corner.

Fatadfo's joy at scoring his first goal soon turned to despair as he was dismissed following two bookings with assistant manager Adrian Whitbread also seeing red - a reflection of the new guidelines brought in this season for time wasting and dissent.
The final minutes belonged to the hosts with Sandford producing the best save of the game to deny Jimmy Spencer.

Curzon: Mason, Poscha, Matthews, Kenyon, Sinclair, Storey, Hayhurst, Waring (Spencer 86), Allen (Mols 73), Mahon, Barton. Subs: Taylor, Spencer, Mols, Edmundson, Richards. Scorer: Storey 36
Lynn: Sandford, Crowther, McFadden, Oke, Ronan, Clifford, Hughes (Fatadjo 76), Spence (Bartley 67), Hargreaves (Smith 60), Ponticelli, Stephens. Subs: Bartley, Fatadjo, Isaacson, Delgado, Smith. Booked: Stephens. Sent off: Fatadjo (two yellows). Scorer: Fatadjo 84
Attendance: 265