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King's Lynn Town 1 Solihull Moors 1
Tuesday 25th May
Tuesday 25th May
Vanarama National
16 Aldershot Town 41 51
17 Altrincham 40 45
18 Weymouth 41 39
19 Wealdstone 41 34
20 Woking 41 33
21 King's Lynn 40 29
22 Barnet 40 25

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

Solihull Moors's very slim hopes of a play-off spot were extinguished by Lynn in a lively draw at The Walks.
Lynn gave a start to Simeon Jackson after his two goals from the bench on Saturday with Kyle Callan-McFadden ruled out for four weeks following injury.
The visitors started like a team still hopeful of a play-off place but the nearest they got was a header by James Ball from Jordan Cranston's corner which dropped over the bar and onto the roof of the net.
The play became more even, Michael Gyasi providing crosses for Jackson and Michael Gash but the first real chance came on 28 minutes when Jackson's header was brilliantly pushed away by visiting keeper Ryan Boot.
Two minutes later Lynn took the lead, Ross Barrows getting on the end of a Gyasi corner.
Moors had a chance to level matters four minutes later but Kyle Storer's header was straight at Theo Richardson.
Callum Maycock and Joe Sbarra then combined resulting in a shot which Richardson blocked with his body at the expense of a corner.
Lynn dominated the opening stages of the second half, Alex Babos having a shot blocked. Jackson was then on hand to pick up a loose ball following a Sonny Carey effort, his shot blocked by the legs of Boot and the ball being cleared only as far as Michael Clunan whose shot from outside the area clipped the post.
The Moors went for height with the introduction of Kyle Hudlin and reaped the benefit on 54 minutes, the big man setting up Alex Addai who beat Tyler Denton to cross to Adam Rooney who diverted the ball past Richardson to level the scores.
Lynn applied pressure in the final stages with a number of corners but couldn't find a winner.
For Lynn, it was the first point after four defeats but twelve games without a win while Moors can take some comfort for having gone six games unbeaten.
More importantly it was a chance for Lynn fans to get back into The Walks and make some noise - which they certainly did.
Lynn: Richardson, Howard, Fleming, Barrows, Denton, Clunan, Carey, Jackson, Babos, Gash, Gyasi (Kiwomya 69). Subs: Kiwomya, Payne, Bastock, Gascoigne. Booked: Clunan, Howard, Gash. Scorer: Barrows 30
Moors: Boot, Williams, Cranston, Storer (Archer 88), Sbara, Rooney (Hancox 90), Maycock, Ball (Hudlin 52), Cameron, Addai, Thompson. Subs: Piggott, Hancox, Archer, Donawa, Hudlin. Booked: Williams, Storer. Scorer: Rooney 54
Attendance: 613