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King's Lynn Town 0 Boreham Wood 1
Tuesday 26th October
Tuesday 26th October
Vanarama National
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Boreham Wood 13 8 27
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It was an all too familiar story for Lynn at The Walks against Boreham Wood - conceding an early goal and leaving them in still on search of their first home league win and clean sheet of the season.
There was some good news with the return of central defender Dan Bowry and the debut of loan signing Jayden Davis with Junior Morias, another returnee, taking a place on the bench.
It took just seven minutes for Lynn to fall behind. Scott Boden was the only Wood player in the danger area yet he wasn't picked up and had the easiest of chances to score from Tyrone Marsh's cross from the visitors' first attack.
Wood had the chance to add to their score ten minutes later when Kyle Callan-McFadden conceded possession to Boden who fed Marsh, his effort was denied by the legs of Paul Jones.
Gus Mafuta then tried a shot from long range which went wide as the home side dominated.
Wood's on-loan keeper Taye Ashby-Hammond, making his debut after signing from Fulham, was called into action on 28 minutes to keep out an effort from Malachi Linton after a defensive mix-up.
Ten minutes before the break the home side had another chance when, from 15 yards, Joshua Rees got on the end of a Jacob Mendy cross but put the went ball over.
Lynn had the last chance of the opening half, Linton having an effort that was well off target.
A revitalised Lynn came out after the break with Davis mistiming his header and Tyler Denton seeing his shot blocked. The introduction of Morias just before the hour added further pace but the home defence held firm and had the better of the chances with keeper Jones pushing a Kane Smith round the post and saving a stinging Rees shot.
Lynn kept trying but there was no reward, Aaron Jones having the closest effort in time added on only to be denied by Ashby-Hammond.
Lynn: P Jones, Fernandez, Denton, Callan-McFadden, Bowry (Barrows 74), Clunan, Coleman (McGavin 74), Omotayo, Linton (Morias 59), A Jones, Davis. Subs: Morias, Gyasi, McGavin, Sundire, Barrows. Booked: Morias
Boreham Wood: Ashby-Hammond, Ilesanmi, Stephens, Fyfield, Mendy, Smith, Ricketts, Rees (Raymond 73), Mafuta, Boden (Clifton 80), Marsh (Oluwabori 90). Subs: Green, Raymond, Clifton, Munns, Oluwabori. Booked: Ricketts, Ashby-Hammond, Scorer: Boden 7
Attendance: 1,160.