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Altrincham 3 King's Lynn Town 0
Tuesday 23rd March
Tuesday 23rd March
Vanarama National
17 Woking 28 34
18 Solihull Moors 27 32
19 Wealdstone 28 29
20 Weymouth 28 27
21 King's Lynn 28 24
22 Barnet 27 13
23 Dover Athletic 15 10

Thurlow Nunn Div One
10  Diss Town 12 15
11  Framlingham Town 11 13
12  Needham Market Res 12 13
13  King's Lynn U21s 11 12
14  Cornard United 12 11
15  Sudbury Reserves 10 11
16  Debenham LC 10 10

The Robins recorded their biggest win margin in a league game since 2016 as luckless Linnets left Altrincham having recorded their sixth defeat in seven outings.
New signings Rob Howard and Elkan Baggott were among four changes to the team that lost at Torquay on Saturday.
Michael Gash and Simeon Jackson also found themselves in the starting line-up with Tai Fleming, Michael Gyasi and Alfie Payne named as substitutes and Kairo Mitchell on World Cup qualifying duty.
The visitors had more than matched the Robins for 45 minutes, but somehow found themselves trailing 1-0.
Alistair Smith and James Hardy had early chances for the home side but Lynn settled and created chances of their own with Sonny Carey having a shot blocked and then Jackson had the ball in the net but the effort was ruled offside. Soon after he tried his luck with a volley from 20 yards, his shot hitting the crossbar.
Lynn fell behind in the fifteenth minute, a Ryan Colclough corner finding Josh Hancock who nodded home.
The home side, buoyed by the goal, had further chances with Jake Moult firing over and Colclough driving straight at Theo Richardson.
Jackson had the ball in the net again only for play to be pulled back for a handball by Tyler Denton in the build-up.
Jordan Richards then tried a shot from distance for Lynn but it was tipped over by home keeper Tony Thompson.
Moult was the next to have the ball in the net only to see the linesman's flag raised.
The last chance to an exciting first half fell to Carey whose shot was just wide of the post.
The second half began with the home side's crossbar once again denying Jackson but Lynn's hopes took another knock on 57 minutes when Hancock got his second of the night. His free-kick from 20 yards deflecting off the head of Michael Clunan to beat Richardson.
Two minutes later it was game over when Hardy slipped the ball in from close range.
Richardson did well to deny Joe Piggott adding to the misery and, to their credit, Lynn continued to plug away but a consolation wasn't to come with Gyasi forcing a good save from Thompson and Jordan Davies nodding Howard’s cross wide.
Altrincham: Thompson, Richman (Ogle 87), Hannigan, Mullarkey, Senior. Smith, Moult. Colcough, Hancock (Williams 81), Hardy, Piggott (Bell 76). Subs: Williams, Ceesay, Bell, Ogle, Peers. Booked: Richman. Scorers: Hancock 16, 57 Hardy 59
Lynn: Richardson, Callan-McFadden, Smith (Gyasi 62), Clunan, Richards (Payne 82), Gash, Carey, Denton, Jackson (Davies 76), Baggott, Howard. Subs: Gyasi, Fleming, Payne, Bastock, Davies. Booked: Baggott