Results/Fixtures Wednesday 22nd March Thurlow Nunn First Division Dereham T v Haverhill Borough 0-4
Leiston v Holland FC 0-2
Thurlow Nunn Youth League King's Lynn v St Ives 0-2
Friday 24th March Evo-Stik Southern Premier H&Y Utd v St Neots 2-0
Thurlow Nunn First Division Framlingham T v Needham Mkt 1-1
Saturday 25th March Evo-Stik Southern Premier Biggleswade T v Dorchester 3-0
Chesham Utd v Chippenham 1-3
Cinderford T v Kettering T 1-3
Cirencester T v Redditch Utd 2-1
Frome T v Slough T 1-0
Hitchin T v Leamington 0-0
King's Lynn T v Dunstable T 0-1
Merthyr T v Cambridge City 5-0
St Ives T v Basingstoke T 0-1
Stratford T v Banbury Utd 2-0
Weymouth v Kings Langley 1-1
Thurlow Nunn First Division Coggeshall T v Sudbury 3-1
Debenham LC v Leiston 2-0
Diss T v Halstead T 4-0
Downham T v Cornard United 0-1
March T United v Holland FC 1-4
Team Bury v Kings Lynn T 0-2
Whitton Utd v Braintree T 0-3
Wisbech SM v Haverhill Boro' 0-1
Woodbridge T v Dereham 10-1
Tuesday 28th March Thurlow Nunn First Division Coggeshall T v Stowmarket T
Debenham LC v Team Bury
Needham Market v Wisbech SM
Kings Lynn v Framlingham (8 pm)
Wednesday 29th March Thurlow Nunn First Division Haverhill Boro' v March T
Leiston v Diss T
Friday 31st March Thurlow Nunn First Division Dereham T v Downham T
Saturday 1st April Evo-Stik Southern Premier Basingstoke T v Chesham Utd
Cambridge City v Cinderford T
Chippenham T v Biggleswade T
Dorchester T v Hitchin T
Dunstable T v Weymouth
H&Y Utd v Banbury Utd
Kettering T v Cirencester T
Kings Langley v Merthyr T
Leamington v Frome T
Redditch Utd v St. Ives T
Slough T v King's Lynn T
St Neots T v Stratford T
Thurlow Nunn First Division AFC Sudbury v Stowmarket T
Cornard United v Braintree T
Framlingham T v Woodbridge T
Halstead T v Debenham LC
Holland FC v Wisbech SM
Kings Lynn T v Diss T
Leiston v Whitton Utd
NERF JPL Under 16s King's Lynn v Grantham
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King’s Lynn Town 0 Dunstable Town 1 Saturday 25th March
If Tuesdays injuries to Sam Gaughran, Ryan Fryatt, and Tom Ward werent enough - adding to the already sidelined/recovering Matt Castellan, Ryan Hawkins and Conor Marshall - Lynn lost on-loan Shaun McWilliams on Friday evening who was recalled by Northampton Town.
Lynn gave a debut to on-loan Sam Cartwright while Ryan Harnwell stepped up from the reserves to make his debut while Ryan Lennon made his league debut from the bench.
Things were not much better for Dunstable who had lost assistant player-manager Danny Talbot to Chesham United during the week where he takes on a joint managerial
role. The Blues were also without the injured Zack Reynolds and illness victim Harry Bean.
Lynn had a bright start and had opportunities to take the lead with Ryan Harwell having two good chances before Alex Street was the first keeper called on to make a save, that coming after 15 minutes.
Harnwell, Cartwright, Michael Clunan, Jacek Zielonka, and Toby Hilliard had further chances with Zielonkas effort forcing a one handed save from visiting keeper Jack Smith.
Lynn injuries problems increased with the loss of Jordan Yong just before the hour mark.
Dunstable had the ball in the net through a Josh Oyinsan header with a 11 minutes remaining but it was ruled offside but the destination of the points
was decided with five minutes remaining when substitutes James Verney and Jet Esso linked for the latter to score.
Lynn: Street, Zielonka, Yong (McLeish 57), Cartwight, C Ward, Everington, Clunan, Harnwell (Edge 70), Warburton, Hilliard, McQuaid (Lennon 61). Subs: McLeish, Edge, Lennon, Pearson
Dunstable: Smith, J Green, Okito, D Green, Hewitt, Pepara, Olukanmi, Longe-Kinge, Oyinsan, Moussi (Diaz 61), Bola (Verney 69). Subs: Esso, Diaz, Verney, Fontenelle. Scorer: Esso 85
Lynn sign on-loan defender Thursdy 23rd March
Lynn have signed Peterborough United Academy player Sam Cartwright on a work experience deal to the end of the season.
The 16 year old (b. St Neots, 8th July 2000) defender has made a number of appearances for Poshs Under 18 and Reserve teams.
having joined Peterborough as an Under 12.
With Tom Ward, Ryan Fryatt and Sam Gaughran out injured he is expected to be in the starting line-up on Saturday against Dunstable Town.
Dunstable visit the Walks on Saturday having not won a league match on the road since the end of November and have managed just the one win
in their last ten league outings.
There will be live match commentary on BBC Radio Norfolk.
Kings Lynn Town 1 St Neots Town 2 Tuesday 21st March
St Neots ease relegation worries to "double" Lynn despite playing 75 minute with ten men.
For a match report and post match interview . . .
King’s Lynn Town 2 Basingstoke Town 1 Saturday 18th March
Defenders on the mark as Lynn complete league double.
For a match report and post match interview . . .
Norwich United 1 King’s Lynn Town 1 Tuesday 14th March
They might be favourites to lift the Norfolk Senior Cup but Lynn have struggled to make progress against lower league opposition and it required
a penalty shoot-out for them to reach the final - the first time since May 2011.
They will play Fakenham Towm on Monday 22nd May - a repeat of the 1994 final which saw the Ghosts win 4-0.
Kings Lynn: Street, Zielonka, Yong, Gaughran, Fryatt, McQuaid (Lennon 76), Clunan, McWilliams, Hilliard, Edge, Warburton (C Ward 95). Subs: C Ward, Lennon, T Ward, Congreve. Booked: Yong Scorer: Fryatt 28
Norwich United: Wilton, Shipley, Radomski, Wones, Eastaugh (Jackson 68), Watts, Stewart, Speller, Hipperson, Henery, Finch. Subs: Jackson, Brown, Mason, Jones, Johnson. Scorer: Watts 90 (+1)
Lynn win 5-4 on penalties
Gaughran commits but Revan departs Monday 13th March
The weekend saw Sam Gaughran agree terms that will keep him at the club for two years but winger Kurtis Revan has been released.
Revan, signed in August on release from Corby Town, made 32 appearances (28 starts) scoring three goals.
Gaughran has impressed this season after a start which had seen him restricted to appearances from the bench.
Cinderford Town 1 King’s Lynn Town 2 Saturday 11th March
Lynn complete their first double of the season thanks to two goals from Ryan Fryatt.
For a match report and highlights . . .
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