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King's Lynn Town 0 Dagenham & Redbridge 3
Saturday 24th April
Saturday 24th April
Vanarama National
16 Yeovil Town 33 42
17 Altrincham 36 41
18 Wealdstone 35 33
19 Woking 34 32
20 Weymouth 33 30
21 King's Lynn 34 28
22 Barnet 33 21

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 Daggers pierced the heart of the Linnets to record the double over the Norfolk side and record their third successive victory.
Ian Culverhouse stuck with the same line-up that started against Aldershot but it failed to produce the same performance.
The visitors had a game plan to stop Lynn's build-from-the-back tactics and it worked, aided by the loss of Lynn play-maker Cameron King on 17 minutes.
Then it was a matter of closing down Rob Howard, probably the most impressive of what Lynn had to offer, and it was game over.
The Daggers took charge from the start and took a deserved lead on sixteen minutes. With Lynn down to ten men as King received treatment, Paul McCallum got on the end of a Will Wright cross from the Lynn left to score.
Saidou Khan tried his luck from distance and the visitors continued to look sharp but Lynn continued to plug away and created their first real chance on 34 minutes when Elliot Justham had to beat Tyler Denton to the ball after a Michael Gash shot had been blocked.
Three minutes later a Sonny Carey's run on goal saw his shot, under pressure, go just wide of the post.
Lynn fell further behind on 39 minutes with a goal that took the watching cameras by surprise. Angelo Balanta, picking up the ball from some 20 yards out and giving Theo Richardson no chance.
Carey tried to reply in similar fashion but his shot from just outside the area was just wide.
Lynn introduced Simeon Jackson at the break in an effort to increase their fire-power but within a minute of the restart Daggers scored and the game was over.
Another ball from the Lynn left was turned in, this time Matt Robinson scoring from Mauro Vilhete's cross.
Denton forced Justham into a save and then worse was to follow for Lynn with the loss of Kyle Callan-McFadden with what appeared to be a shoulder injury.
The game petered out with the Daggers knowing the job was done. Richardson produced a good save to deny McCallum only to discover his effort was not needed because of a foul in the build up and Michael Gyasi was denied a late consolation by the legs Justham.
Lynn: Richardson, Callan-McFadden (Gyasi 61), Clunan, Gash, Fleming (Jackson 46), King (Babos 17), Carey, Denton, Coleman, Baggott, Howard. Subs: Gyasi, Kiwomya, Payne, Babos, Jackson.
Daggers: Justham. Wright, Clark, Johnson, Vilhete, Jones (Rance 71), Khan (Sagaf 53), Robinson, Gordon, Balanta (Wilson 46), McCallum. Subs: Reynolds, Rance, McQueen, Sagaf, Wilson. Scorer: McCallum 16, Balanta 39, Robinson 46

In the Norfolk Senior Cup a young King's Lynn Town Under 21 side went down 3-1 to Mulbarton Wanderers, Joe Jaylor scoring Lynn's goal.