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King's Lynn Town 2 Wealdstone 3
Tuesday 27th October
Tuesday 27th October
Vanarama National
17 Aldershot Town 5 4
18 Yeovil Town 6 4
19 Weymouth 6 4
20 Dagenham & Red 6 4
21 King's Lynn 6 4
22 Chesterfield 5 3
23 Altrincham 4 3

Thurlow Nunn Div One
08  Ipswich Wanderers 6 12
09  Norwich CBS 7 10
10  Haverhill Borough 6 10
11  Lakenheath 7 9
12  Cornard United 6 7
13  Needham Market Res 6 7
14  Debenham LC 7 5

Lynn dropped into the bottom three as they still search for their first clean sheet of the season and a home win.
Lynn gave debuts two recent signings Danny Lupano and Kairo Mitchell with Cameron King and Aaron Jones injured and Rory McAuley suspended.
Dayle Southwell had to make due with a place on the bench while Sonny Carey was given his first start, Ross Barrows took the place of Jones.
It was, however, Danny Parish, making his first start for the Stones, that was Lynn's undoing.
It took six minutes for Parish to find the net. Lupano's challenge on Dennon Lewis failed to connect, the ball finding Ross Laffayete who provided Parish with the chance to score from ten yards.
The remainder of the half saw periods of dominance from both teams with little in the way of chances with Wealdstone probably the better at stringing passes together and Lynn looking to Alex Brown on the left to inspire their attacks.
Three minutes into the second half Lynn equalised. Carey produced a bit of magic from what looked a lost cause to find space and cross for Mitchell to head home.
The pattern of play returned to that of the opening half with first Lynn pressing and then Wealdstone.
Stones retook the lead on 67 minutes rather against the run of play. Parish heading home from a corner but the lead lasted just three minutes.
Mitchell the scorer, chipping home after getting on the end of Carey through ball.
The final twist in the tail came three minutes later when Lupano grounded Ross Lafayette and Parish stepped up to take the penalty. Although Archie Mair managed to save, the ball fell kindly to he former Malden & Tiptree striker who completed his hat-trick.
Seventeen goals conceded in six games, five of them the result of penalties. On Saturday Woking make their first visit to The Walks - the Cards, as they are known, seem to have found goals hard to come by - so far . . .
Lynn: Mair, Barrows, Brown, Jarvis, Smith, Lupano, Clunan, Richards (Kelly 67), Carey (Loza 80), Marriott (Power 80), Mitchell. Subs: Barker, Loza, Kelly, Southwell, Power. Booked: Clunan. Scorer: Mitchell 47, 69
Wealdstone: Isted, Efete, Okimo, Cawley, Mendy, Phillips, Green, Dyer (Benyu 89), Parish (Wishart 86), Lewis, Lafayette (Emmanuel 80). Subs: Smith, Wishart, Benyu, Slew, Emmanuel. Booked: Lafayette, Lewis. Scorer: Parish 5, 66, 72