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Altrincham 4 King's Lynn Town 1
Tuesday 28th September
Tuesday 28th September
Vanarama National
Dag & Red 8 12 19
Chesterfield 9 8 18
Grimsby Town 8 6 17
Boreham Wood 8 4 17
Halifax Town 8 7 16
Notts County 8 7 15
Bromley 7 5 13
Altrincham 6 4 12
Wrexham 8 1 12
Solihull Moors 8 -1 12
Stockport County 8 -4 11
Woking 6 4 9
Yeovil Town 6 1 9
Wealdstone 8 -2 9
Eastleigh 7 -3 8
Weymouth 8 -4 8
Torquay United 8 -7 8
Maidenhead Utd 7 -3 7
Southend United 7 -4 5
Barnet 8 -10 5
Aldershot Town 8 -6 4
King's Lynn 7 -7 4
Dover Athletic 8 -8 -9

Lynn said goodbye to their unbeaten away record at Moss Lane and replaced it with a record of five games without a win - a record also held by Maidenhead United who Lynn visit on Saturday.
The 4-1 score-line may have flattered the home side with two of the goals coming in the final ten minutes at a time when Lynn had been reduced to ten men following injury to Tyler Denton after all substitutes had been used.
Lynn had Aaron Jones making his first start of the season, replacing the suspended Ethan Coleman, and also brought in Michael Gyasi who replaced Ross Barrows.
It was a lively opening, Lynn having a couple of off-target efforts from Joe Rowley and Gyasi either side of the first real chance which fell to the home side, Marcus Dinanga's point blank shot being blocked by Paul Jones in the Lynn goal.
On twelve minutes the home side took the lead, Aaron Jones losing possession and Matty Kosylo setting up Ryan Colclough whose angled shot gave Paul Jones no chance.
Lynn responded and the remainder of the half belonged to them in terms of possession and territorially but they failed to find the net. Brett McGavin's shot from some 20 yards forced home keeper Tony Thompson into good save and Junior Morias tried from either further out but his effort went wide and another Morias shot was saved by the fingertips of Thompson.
Despite Lynn's dominance mistakes were creeping into Lynn's play and Alty looked dangerous on the break.
Of the goals conceded this season the majority have come in the opening of each half, and so it proved as the home side dominated the restart.
Michael Clunan got in a block to deny Colclough and Kosylo had the ball in the net only for the effort to be ruled offside and Jake Moult had his effort blocked on the line by Jones but Alty weren't to be denied. On 52 minutes Moult was allowed to poke home from close range.
Further chances fell to the home side: Dan Mooney shot high and wide from a move that started with an underhit Lynn back-pass and Josh Hancock tried to take advantage of an out-of-position Jones but found the side netting.
It a inevitable that Altrincham would add to their score, particularly after Lynn were reduced to ten men, and on 86 minutes Mooney scored from close range following Joel Senior's cut back.
Morias got a consolation for Lynn in the next minute with a thunderous strike but Lynn's misery was completed when Senior threaded through the Lynn defence to set up Hancock to score.
Altrincham: Thompson, Hannigan, Moult, Mooney, Dinanga (Hancock 68), Colclough (Furman 61), Kosylo, Pringle, Senior, Mullarkey, Bunney (Fitzpatrick 56). Hancock, Fitzpatrick, Peers, Leith-Smith, Furman, Scorers: Colclough 12, Moult 52, Mooney 86, Senior 89
Lynn: P Jones, Denton (withdrawn injured 74), McFadden, Bowry, Clunan, A Jones (Barrows h/t), Morias, McGavin (Sundire 61), Gyasi, Walker (Linton h/t), Rowley. Subs: Fernadez, Linton, Sundire, Barrows. Booked: Denton, Gyasi, McFadden. Scorer; Morias 87
Attendance: 1,009