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King's Lynn Town 1 Bedworth United 1
Saturday 10th November
Saturday 10th November
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
05 Alvechuch 13 22
06 Biggleswade Town 12 21
07 Coalville Town 12 20
08 King's Lynn Town 13 19
09 Stratford Town 12 19
10 Barwell 13 17
11 Rushall Olympic 14 17

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

Lynn missed a chance to go up to third in the table as they dropped two home points against bottom of the table Bedworth United who have managed to come away from The Walks with at least a point in 13 of their 21 visits.
It was, however, the same old story for Lynn who missed their chances and could easily have been three up in the first five minutes.
All credit to Bedworth who, despite being without a win this season and having conceded four goals at home to Tamworth during the week, didn't come to defend.
Lynn had Michael Clunan back from injury with Craig Parker dropping to the bench. Missing from the squad was Harry Limb with tendonitis.
Prior to Lynn taking the lead on five minutes the game had already seen Adam Marriott head onto the woodwork following a neat build-up between Chris Henderson and Michael Gash.
Clunan then saw his effort saved by the legs of Greenbacks' keeper Adam Harrison before Lynn eventually found the net - Rory McAuley heading home a Clunan corner.
Two minutes later, and another chance went begging when Ryan Hawkins crossed but Ryan Fryatt and Marriott both failed to get the vital touch.
Gash then got on the end of a long ball to find himself clean through but his attempted lob went over with just nine minutes played.
Bedworth tried to respond and had claims for a penalty dismissed and then had the ball in the net only for the effort to be ruled offside.
Harrison the did well to tip over a McAuley header and Henderson had a shot from the edge of the area that went over.
A second goal before the break could have killed off the game but it just wasn't to come.
Henderson was the first to have an effort after the restart but in a one-on-one with Harrison the visiting 'keeper pulled of a good save and then on 58 minutes Bedworth equalised.
A long throw was headed on and found former Linnet Owen Story at the back post and he rifled home giving Alex Street no chance.
Lynn continued to try to get back in front with Henderson being the most dangerous, forcing Luke Rowe into a good block and later McAuley shot wide from distance but Lynn had to settle for the single point.
Lynn: Street, Richards (Castellan 70), Blake-Tracy, Jarvis, Fryatt, McAuley, Clunan (Parker 70), Henderson, Gash, Marriott, Hawkins. Subs: Parker, Frohawk, Castellan, Bastock. Scorer: McAuley 5
Bedworth: Harrison, Summerfield, Rowe, Parrott, Maslen-Jones, Gordon, Story (Hancocks 88), Blackmore, Rowley, Tonge (Troke h/t), Whitmore. Subs: Troke, Dudley, Hancocks, Gibson, Fitzharris. Booked: Maslen-Jones. Scorer: Story 58
Attendance: 758