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News from The Walks News Archive
Monday 7th May King’s Lynn Town 1 Slough Town 2
Linnets progress to play-off final destroying Weymouth with three magnificent first half goals.
For the EDP's match report and Slough's match highlights video Read more
Wednesday 2nd May King’s Lynn Town 3 Weymouth 0
Linnets progress to play-off final destroying Weymouth with three magnificent first half goals.
For a match report and KLFM\'s video Read more
Saturday 28th April Chesham United 1 King’s Lynn Town 3
Linnets secure second spot and home advantage in play-offs.
For a match report Read more
Sunday 22nd April Ian Culverhouse to depart.
After months of rumour and speculation it seems that manager Ian Culverhouse will be leaving the club at the end of the season.
In an interview published in the Non-League Paper Culverhouse confirms his intention to part company with the Linnets saying that he believes it is the right time to move on and although he has been able to introduce many positive changes at the club there have also been "a lot of things which have gone on behind the scenes this year that I have had to question."
The club, in a statement, expressed surprise at the publicaton of the article stating that although Culverhouse had submitted a written three month notice in February that he wished to terminate his contract at the end of this season, he had met with owner Stephen Cleeve and had agreed to further talks at the end of the playing season.
Culverhouse took over the Lynn hot seat on 22nd February 2017 and saw out last season with a record of 14 points from a possible 33 plus victory in the Norfolk Senior Cup.
Signings over the summer and the introduction of a different footballing style had seen Lynn occupy a top five league spot throughout the season and a possible second spot finish in the division and a chance of promotion.

Saturday 21st April King’s Lynn Town 1 St Neots Town 1
Lynn: Street, Norman, Blake-Tracy, Frary, Ward, Jarvis, King (Mettam 70), Lappin (McQuaid 79), Gash, Parker (Hilliard 65), Hawkins. Subs: Hilliard, Mettam, Siddons, McQuaid. Booked: Jarvis. Scorer: Gash 78
St Neots: Irons, Wood, Herd, Knight, McDevitt, Parr, Williams, Bridges, Sembil-Ferris, Shariff, Norville-Williams (Sinclair 73). Subs: Sinclair, Bradshaw, Wiltshire. Booked; Iron, Parr, Bridges. Scorer: Shariff 86
Attendance: 884

Saturday 14th April Slough Town 2 King’s Lynn Town 2
Honours even in rehearsal for potential play-off tie.
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Thursday 12th April King’s Lynn Town 2 Kettering Town 1
Linnets come from behind to beat rivals.
For a Lynn News match report . . . Read more
Saturday 7th April King’s Lynn Town 0 Merthyr Town 0
Frustrated Linnets drop points.
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Saturday 31st March Stratford Town 1 King’s Lynn Town 5
Lynn assured of play-off spot.
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Tuesday 27th March King’s Lynn Town 2 Basingstoke Town 1
Linnets leave it late.
For the Lynn News match report . . . Read more
Saturday 24th March Redditch United 0 King’s Lynn Town 1
Fourth consecutive win for Lynn
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Saturday 17th March King’s Lynn Town 3 Farnborough 1
Linnets close the gap.
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Tuesday 13th March King’s Lynn Town 1 Slough Town 0<
Linnets see off play-off rivals.
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Saturday 10th March Hereford 0 King’s Lynn Town 2
Linnets complete the double.
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Saturday 24th February Tiverton Town 1 King’s Lynn Town 0
Leon Mettam, having been on the field a matter of minutes, picked up a three match suspension when he was red carded for a two footed tackle on Ben Mammola at Ladysmead on Saturday as Lynn went down to a 87th minute goal from Tom Bath to give Tiverton hope in their quest for a play-off place.
Tivvy's on-loan Bristol Rovers goalkeeper Alexis Andre Jr was awarded the man of the match.
He had been the first 'keeper in serious action tipping over Simon Lappin's header. At the other end the Lynn defence failure to clear the ball gave Jordan Rogers a chance but his lob wet just wide.
Further chances came and went with Cameron Norman testing Andre and Bath trying his luck from long range for Tivvy.
The home side created the better of the early second half chances but just as it looked as through ten man Linnets would leave with a point Bath finished Jamie Short's cut back in style
Tiverton: Andre, Short, Hall, M Landricombe, Mammola, Gardner, Bath, Rigg, S Rogers, L Landricombe, J Rogers. Subs: Lewington, Irish, G Rogers, Price. Scorer: Bath 87
Lynn: Street, Norman, Blake-Tracy, Frary, Fryatt, Jarvis, Clunan, Parker, Gash, Hawkins, Lappin. Used subs: Hilliard, Mettam, McQuaid. Sent off: Mettam
Attendance: 211

Saturday 17th February King’s Lynn Town 1 Banbury United 1
Late equaliser for Lynn.
For the Lynn News match report . . Read more
Friday 9th February Reserves add striker/midfielder
Lynn Reserves have signed Ben Matthews from March Town United. Having started this season with Chatters Town he moved to the Hares in November where he scored four times in seven matches.
He notched four goals from nine appearances with Chatteris where he was team captain.
Toby Allen rejoined March from Lynn earlier this week.

Tuesday 6th February Gosport Borough 1 King’s Lynn Town 7
Lynn record their first win at Gosport, and do it in style.
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Saturday 3rd February King’s Lynn Town 5 Dunstable Town 0
Lynn go nap against relegation strugglers.
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Tuesday 30th January King’s Lynn Town 3 Hereford 2
Lynn: Street, Norman, Blake-Tracy, Frary (Parker 57), R Fryatt, Jarvis, Clunan, King (Hilliard 71), Gash, Hawkins, Lappin. Subs: Siddons, Hilliard, L Fryatt, Parker, Pearson. Booked: Jarvis, Hawkins. Scorer: Gash 49, Hawkins 62. Hilliard 90+3
Hereford: Horsell, Oates, Pring (O'Shea 79), Murphy, Cullinane-Liburd, Deaman, Smith, Bird (Richards 79), Mills, Reffell, Symons. Subs: Haysham, O'Shea, Richards, Preen, Puddy. Booked: Pring, Scorer: Cullinane-Liburd 8, Mills 45
Attendance: 1,181

Saturday 27th January Hitchin Town 0 King’s Lynn Town 4
King majestic for Lynn.
For a match report and hightlights from HitchinTV . . . Read more
Saturday 20th January King’s Lynn Town 1 Weymouth 1
Honours even in clash of the promotion hopefuls.
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Saturday 13th January Frome Town 0 King’s Lynn Town 0
A point on the road enough to keep Lynn top.
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Saturday 6th January Linnets sign Cameron King
Lynn have announced the signing of Cameron King.
The attacking 22 year old midfielder (b. 05/10/1995 Bury St Edmunds) was involved with Norwich City from the age of eight and joinedi the Canaries as an Academy Scholar in the summer of 2012.
He was involved in the Canaries FA Youth Cup winning campaign playing in the semi-final and final matches and made 13 appearances for the Under-18s in 2012-13 season.
He signed a two year professional contract with Norwich in May 2014 making his first team debut as substitute in the 1-0 Capital One Cup defeat to Shrewsbury later that year.
Having been part of Scotland's Under-18 squad he was called up by Scotland's Under-21s.
King was released by Norwich in June 2016 having suffered from migraines while playing.
Following medical advice he was able to return to football signing for Thetford Town in August 2016 for who he scored 16 goals from 45 appearances (42 starts).
He joined Shamrock Rovers on a one year contract in August 2017 making nine appearances.
Saturday 6th January King’s Lynn Town 3 Dorchester Town 0
First half goals see Lynn return to the top.
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Thursday 4th January Gaughran departs
Lynn have announced the departure of Sam Gaughran.
The 27 year old defender made 118 appearances for the club in two spells. Having made his debut for Lynn in 2006 via progression through the youth and reserve teams he went on to Peterborough United Academy and then Lowestoft Town, returning to The Walks in July 2015.
The club have also announced the reversal of a player-swap that took place in early September with 'keeper Luke Pearson returning to The Walks and Tom Rix re-uniting with Fakenham Town.

Monday 1st January Kettering Town 1 King’s Lynn Town 0
Lynn lose top spot but not out-classed.
For a match report and highlights . . . Read more