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Barnet 0 King's Lynn Town 2
Tuesday 17th November
Tuesday 17th November
Vanarama National
11 Hartlepool Utd 7 11
12 Notts County 7 10
13 Wrexham 7 10
14 King's Lynn 9 10
15 Boreham Wood 8 9
16 Altrincham 9 9
17 Dagenham & Red 8 8

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

Lynn bounced back from the defeat against Sutton United with a performance more akin to that against Port Vale.
Manager Ian Culverhouse made three changes to Saturday's team with Chris Smith, Sam Kelly and Kairo Mitchell coming in and Sonny Carey, Adam Marriott and Dayle Southwell dropping to the bench. Missing from the Saturday's batch was injured Simon Power.
The home side looked determined to Saturday's defeat to Bromley behind them and take advantage of Lynn's leaky defence only to find Lynn's rear-guard to be well organised and quick to close down any threat.
However, on four minutes the Bees had claims for a penalty dismissed when Archie Mair grounded Michael Petrasso but the striker was booked for simulation.
Two minutes later Lynn took the lead when Jamar Loza won possession and drove forward into the area before shooting into the bottom left hand corner.
Lynn's vulnerability on corners re-appeared on 14 minutes when Anthony Wordsworth's kick easily found the head of Jerome Binnom-Williams but his effort was wide.
Barnet were dominating possession but lacked chances which were either limited to long range or blocked efforts with many long balls too strong for the forwards to run on to.
There best effort came from the boot of Wordsworth from 20 yards but Mair was equal to it.
Lynn had the better chances Loza seeing an effort go wide and Mitchell seeing his shot saved by Scott Loach.
Barnet's chance to get back into the game came from the penalty spot after Danny Lupano was adjudged to have fouled Wordsworth although the case for this was less convincing than the earlier claim.
Justice was done, however, when the Bees leading scorer JJ Hooper blasted over.
There were few chances after the restart with Lynn happy to see their lead preserved and defend it.
On 61 minutes Lynn doubled their lead and it was Loza again the scorer who latched on to a header from Mitchell and curled the ball into the bottom left corner.
Barnet continued to press, earning two successive corners with the ball eventually falling to Wesley Fonguck whose shot from distance was blocked and, with five minutes remaining Matt Preston headed over from close range as Lynn held on to record their first National League clean sheet.
Barnet: Loach, Preston, McQueen, Petrasso (Vasiliou 73), Hooper, Taylor, Fonguck (Faal 73), Binnom-Williams, Mason-Clark, Nugent, Wordsworth.Booked: Petrasso, Preston. Subs: Azaze, Pascal, Vasiliou, McBurnie, Faal.
Lynn: Mair, Barrows, Brown, McAuley, Lupano (Carey 46), Smith, Jarvis, Clunan, Kelly, Loza (King 76), Mitchell (Southwell 88), Subs: Marriott, Carey, Southwell, King, Fleming. Booked: Jarvis, Brown. Scorer: Loza 6, 61