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King's Lynn Town 0 Chesterfield 2
Monday 30th August
Monday 30th August
Vanarama National
Dag & Red 3 6 9
Chesterfield 3 6 9
Boreham Wood 3 4 9
Woking 3 4 6
Halifax Town 3 2 6
Maidenhead Utd 3 1 6
Notts County 3 5 5
Wrexham 3 2 5
Grimsby Town 2 1 4
Southend United 3 0 4
Stockport County 3 -1 4
Bromley 2 1 3
Altrincham 2 0 3
Yeovil Town 2 0 3
Weymouth 3 -1 3
King's Lynn 3 -2 3
Solihull Moors 2 0 2
Wealdstone 3 -3 1
Torquay United 3 -6 1
Barnet 3 -7 1
Aldershot Town 3 -4 0
Eastleigh 2 -5 0
Dover Athletic 2 -3 -12

Kabongo Tshimanaga continues to be the undoing on King's Lynn Town, his two goals bringing his total to seven from three meetings.
While the Spireites were good for the three points, Lynn were not disgraced, they just lacked the finishing touch against an efficient opposition.
Lynn were without the "club tied" Joe Rowley while Luis Fernandez had to settle for a place on the bench and Malachi Linton was needed for a forthcoming match with parent club Wycombe Wanderers. This meant starts for Munashe Sundire, Daniel Bowry and Michael Gyasi.
Lynn started brightly with a chance in the tenth minute seeing a Gyasi pass picking out Tyler Denton who looping cross/shot floated onto the roof on the net.
On 15 minutes the Spireites ere awarded a penalty when Kyle Callan-McFadden grounded Liam Mandeville and Tshimanaga put the spot kick straight down the middle and into the net despite hitting the foot of Paul Jones.
The visitors had another opportunity on 26 minutes picking up a loose Coleman back pass in midfield but Kyle Callan-McFadden was on hand to intercept at the expense of a corner.
Lynn responded with a Michael Clunan cross which found the head of Sundire but the ball deflected of a defender for a corner from which Dam Bowry saw his header scrambled off the line.
Chesterfield's response was immediate and Calvin Miller was unfortunate to see a shot go just wide.
A couple of chances then fell to Lynn with a Ross Barrows shot taking a deflection and looping into the hands of Scott Loach and then Gold Omotayo heading wide.
Lynn conceded a minute after the restart with Tshimanga getting on to the end of a nod back by George Carline to poke home from close range.
Three were chances at both ends - first Coleman saw his header well saved by Loach and then Jones denied George Carline.
A double substitution by Lynn saw them create further chances but the consolation was not to come the best being a Clunan hot from 12 yardsafter a neat passing move involving Sundire and Ross Barrows.
Lynn: Jones, Denton, Callan-McFadden, Bird, Bowry (Fernadez 65), Clunan, Coleman, Omotayo, Gyasi (McGavin 65), Sundire (Gascoigne 80), Barrows. Subs: Fernadez, McGavin, A Jones Gascoigne. Booked: Coleman, Omotayo, Bird, Callan-McFadden
Chesterfield: Loach, Miller, Maguire, Gunning, Kerr (Grimes 80), Carline, Weston, McCourt, Mandeville (Clarke 75), Payne (Rowe 72), Tshimanga. Subs: Rowe, Clarke, Grimes, Khan, Whittle. Booked: Payne, Rowe, Clarke, Miller. Scorer: Tshimanga 15 (pen), 46
Attendance: 1,806