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King's Lynn Town 2 Dover Athletic 0
Saturday 21st November
Saturday 21st November
Vanarama National
09 Solihull Moors 7 13
10 Notts County 8 13
11 Wrexham 8 13
12 King's Lynn 10 13
13 Bromley 8 12
14 Altrincham 10 12
15 Aldershot Town 9 11

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 made it four wins from five games and two consecutive clean sheets as they ran out 2-0 winners against struggling Dover Athletic.
Lynn gave a debut to new signing Kyle Callen-McFadden with Danny Lupano, nearing the end of his loan period, dropping to the bench. Other changes saw Sonny Carey replace the injured Ryan Jarvis and Simon Power taking a place on the bench at the expense of Tai Fleming.
Dover, smarting from the heavy defeat against Woking in mid-week, made five changes with new loan signing from Hull, Ryan Hanson, being given a debut, replacing the suspended Oscar Gobern. His debut, however, was only memorable in that he was sent off when he felled Kairo Mitchell.
It was the visitors, however, who had the first chance of the game when Steven Rigg got on the end of a Travis Gregory cross but could only head the ball straight at Archie Mair.
Lynn, however, controlled much of the first half but dogged defending from the visitors limited their chances.
Sonny Carey had a good opportunity but it lacked power and Mitchell put in a shot that was well over. Alex Brown was the next to be off-target but with two minutes of the first half remaining Lynn got the lead their possession deserved when a Michael Clunan corner was headed home unchallenged by Rory McAuley for his first goal of the season.
Lynn were creating chances soon after the restart with Sam Kelly firing wide while at the other end Rigg saw his shot take a deflection and Mair tipped away for a corner.
Substitute Cameron King then saw his shot well saved by Yusuf Merson.
The visitors were beginning to get more into the game with Rigg trying header but Mair was equal to it but it was not long before Lynn were back in charge.
King then had an effort blocked but with five minutes remaining Hanson fouled Mitchell and Adam Marriott sent Merson the wrong way to complete the scoring.
Lynn: Mair, Barrows, Brown, McAuley, Smith, Callen-McFadden, Carey, Clunan, Kelly (King 67), Loza (Marriott 67), Mitchell. Subs: Lupano, King, Marriott, Southwell, Power. Booked: Kelly, Carey. Scorer: McAuley 43, Marriot 85 (pen).
Dover: Mersin, Passley, Wood, De-Havilland, Rose (Azeez 61), Rigg, Munns, Gregory (Collins 72), Ekpiteta (Bramble 75), Adams, Hanson. Subs: Collins, Cumberbatch, Bramble, Azeez. Smith. Sent Off: Hanson.