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Bedworth United 0 King's Lynn Town 3
Saturday 23rd February
Saturday 23rd February
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
01 Kettering Town 31 73
02 Stourbridge 33 65
03 King's Lynn Town 31 55
04 AFC Rushden & D'nds 31 53
05 Stratford Town 31 53
06 Alvechuch 30 52
07 Coalville Town 29 51

Thurlow Nunn Div One
13  Diss Town 26 29
14  Leiston Reserves 24 29
15  Haverhill Borough 25 23
16  King's Lynn Res 26 23
17  Felixstowe Reserves 27 19
18  Wisbech St Mary 26 18
19  Needham Market Res 28 17

Having managed just the one point from their last four visits to the Oval, Lynn easily picked up all three points against a side that look doomed to relegation with a polished professional performance.
The home side had the first chance on two minutes with Alex Troke forcing Alex Street into an early save pushing the ball onto the upright and behind.
It took the lead with their first meaningful attack on ten minutes Jordan Richards’ collected the ball on the edge of the area and his shot from 18-yards strike took a deflection which fell kindly for Adam Marriott to score from ten yards.
Further chances fell to Lynn with Ryan Jarvis trying his luck from distance, his shot deflecting inches over the bar and on 29 minutes Chris Henderson had an even better chance when he miskicked from eight yards following a pass from Michael Clunan.
Henderson did not have to wait long to add his name to the score sheet with a stylish finish on 41 minutes after Michael Gash had won the ball.
Home 'keeper James Fogg did well to deny Marriott a second goal soon after the restart as the home side started to rally but failed to make any impact on the Lynn defence.
Substitute Ryan Hawkins made sure of the points in the 74th minute when he latched on to Street's long clearance to produce a smart angled drive that beat Fogg.
A flurry of late half chances for the home side failed to produce a consolation with Troke having their best opportunity of the day but he shot well over from 14 yards.
Lynn: Street, Jones, Blake-Tracy, Jarvis, Fryatt, Robinson, Clunan (Parker 66), Richards (Mellors-Blair 77), Gash (Hawkins 61), Marriott, Henderson. Subs: Hawkins, Mellors-Blair, Parker, McAuley, Bastock. Scorers: Marriott 10, Henderson 41, Hawkins 74.
Attendance: 203