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OJS Electicial
Evo-Stik Southern Prem
01 King's Lynn Town 13 31
02 Slough Town 12 30
03 Kettering Town 11 28
04 Weymouth 13 28
05 Hereford 12 26
06 Redditch United 13 25
07 Merthyr Town 14 22
Thurlow Nunn Div One
01  Woodbridge Town 10 28
02  Kings Lynn T Res 14 28
03  Whitton United 11 27
04  Framlingham Town 9 23
05  Norwich CBS 11 20
06  Leiston Reserves 12 20
07  Debenham LC 10 20
Thurlow Nunn Youth
03  Holbeach Utd 8 9
04  Peterborough NS 4 7
05  Downham Town 7 7
06  Deeping Rangers 4 6
07  Wisbech St Mary 7 6
08  March Town Utd 6 4
09  King's Lynn T 6 4

Saturday 14th October
Southern League Premier Div
B Stortford v Basingstoke 2-0
Dorchester v Chesham Utd 1-1
Farnborough v Hitchin T 4-1
King's Lynn v Kings Langley 3-2
Merthyr v Gosport Borough 5-0
Redditch Utd v St Ives T 4-0
Royston T v Frome T 3-0
St Neots T v Weymouth 1-2
Stratford v Dunstable 5-1
FA Cup
Eastleigh v Hereford 1-2
Nantwich v Kettering 1-1
Slough v Folketone Inv 1-0
Thurlow Nunn League Div One
Framlingham T v Sudbury Res 3-0
Holland FC v Lynn Reserves 1-3
L Oakley v Norwich Utd Res 3-2
March TU v Halstead T 2-2
Wisbech SM v Braintree Res 3-2
JPL U15 Cup
King's Lynn v Mansfield T 0-4
JPL U16 Cup
King's Lynn v Coventry SB 2-3

Sunday 15th October
King's Lynn v Ipswich Dev 3-1

Monday 16th October
Southern League Premier Div
Hitchin T v Redditch Utd 1-0

Tuesday 17th October
Southern League Premier Div
Chesham Utd v St Neots 2-2
Dunstable v King's Lynn 0-4
Gosport B v Banbury 0-4
Hereford v Farnborough 0-1
Kings Langley v Dorchester 2-2
Slough T v Tiverton T 2-0
St Ives T v B Stortford 0-1
Weymouth v Merthyr T 3-2
Thurlow Nunn Div One Cup
March TU v Lynn Reserves 1-0
FA Cup
Kettering v Nantwich 0-1

Wednesday 18th October
Thurlow Nunn Youth Leaue
King's Lynn v March TU P-P

Saturday 21st October
Southern League Premier Div
B Stortford v Tiverton T
Chesham v Biggleswade
Dorchester v Banbury
Dunstable v Redditch
Farnborough v St Neots
Frome T v Basingstoke T
Gosport B v King's Lynn
Hereford v Kings Langley
Hitchin v Merthyr
Kettering v Slough
St Ives T Weymouth
Stratford v Royston
Thurlow Nunn League Div One
AFC Sudbury v Downham T
Braintree T v Swaffham T
Diss T v Little Oakley
Kings Lynn v Leiston
Needham Market v Cornard
Norwich Utd v Woodbridge T

Tuesday 24th October
Southern League Premier Div
Banbury v Chesham
Basingstoke v Dorchester
Biggleswade v St Ives
King's Lynn v B Stortford
Kings Langley v Dunstable
Merthyr v Stratford T
Redditch v Kettering
Royston v Farnborough
Slough v Gosport Borough
St Neots v Hitchin T
Tiverton v Hereford
Weymouth v Frome T
Thurlow Nunn League Div One
Leiston v Needham Market
Swaffham T v Diss T

Wednesday 25th October
Thurlow Nunn League Div One
Norwich CBS v Norwich Utd

Thursday 26th October
Thurlow Nunn Youth League
March TU v King's Lynn

Friday 27th October
Thurlow Nunn League Div One
Cornard Utd v Braintree T
Woodbridge T v Framlingham T

Saturday 28th October
FA Trophy
King's Lynn v Mildenhall T
Thurlow Nunn League Div One
AFC Sudbury v Needham Market
Downham T v Team Bury
Halstead T v Diss T
Holland FC v March T Utd
Little Oakley v Leiston
Norwich CBS v Wisbech SM
Norwich Utd v Debenham LC
Whitton Utd v Swaffham T

Leading Scorers
 7 Craig Parker
 5 Leon Mettam
 4 Michael Gash
 4 Tom Siddons
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Hereford 2508
King's Lynn Town 811
Weymouth 746
Kettering Town 666

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Welcome . . . . . to  the Official Website of the Blue & Gold Supporters' Trust for all the followers of the senior football club in King's Lynn, King's Lynn Town - "The Linnets".
Independent of King's Lynn Town Football Club, here we cover news from The Trust, The "Linnets" past and present, host an active Linnets' Fans' Forum and also maintain comprehensive statistics covering steps 1-4 of the Non-League Pyramid including the Turnstile League.
The Archive contains the historic information on King's Lynn Football Club from the Linnets' Crest to every league table involving Lynn since 1897 plus all Lynn's FA Cup, Trophy, Vase, Amateur Cup and League/League Cup results.
Covering nineteen divisions in 2017-18.
Linnets News
Dunstable Town 0 King’s Lynn Town 4
Tuesday 17th October

Last season Lynn recorded some good, perhaps surprising, victories. The 4-0 win over Chippenham Town and 5-2 against Slough being examples but then they let themselves down with points dropped against lower opposition; the home defeat against St Neots and draws against Cambridge City and Cirencester come to mind. In fact out of a possible 42 points against the bottom six clubs Lynn managed just 18. Not so this season.
Although it is early days Lynn have secured maximum points so far in their meetings with the bottom six, the only blip being the goalless draw against currently seventh from bottom Frome Town.
Against Dunstable Town, Lynn came up against an in-form keeper, albeit a stand-in one, otherwise the margin of victory might have been much greater.
Kieran Ogden denied Tom Siddons and Michael Clunan but Lynn took a deserves lead on 27 minutes when Ryan Hawkins broke into the box and lifted the ball over Ogden to score.
Michael Clunan penalty Lynn had to wait until five minutes after the break to increase their lead, Ogden being the villain this time, bringing down Sam Gaughran and Clunan scoring from the resultant penalty.
The final two goals came from defenders, both scoring for the first time this season. Sam Gaughran got on the scoresheet with a back post header on 76 minutes and Ryan Fryatt completed matter with a final minute header from substitute Simon Lappin's free kick.
Lynn: Street, Norman, Blake-Tracy, Gaughran, Fryatt, Jarvis, Clunan (McQuaid 77), Parker, Gash, Siddons (Holt 56), Hawkins (Lappin 63). Subs: Ward, Lappin, Hilliard, McQuaid, Holt. Booked: Fryatt. Scorers: Hawkins 27, Clunan 50 (Pen), Gaughran 76, Fryatt 90
Attendance: 129
Photo Liam Smith (L-Smith Photography)

Linnets News
Toby Allen signs for Lynn
Monday 16th Ocotober

Lynn have signed 17 year old (b. 25.05.2000) Toby Allen from March Town United.
Allen scored a hat-trick against Lynn Reserves when the clubs met earlier in the season and he currently totals nine goals from thirteen appearances (eleven starts) for the Hares this season plus a further 9 goals from six appearances with the Hares Under 18 side.
He was in his second spell with the Hares having played for Outwell Swifts for a time last season scoring 10 goals from 13 appearances.

Linnets News
Norfolk Women’s Cup draw

In the second round of the competition Lynn have been drawn at home to Norwich City.
Tie scheduled for Sunday 19th November.
Linnets News
King’s Lynn Town 3 Kings Langley 2
Saturday 14th October

Lynn moved up to second in the league with their first victory over Kings Langley who belied their lowly position in the league.
Lynn made one change to the starting eleven that defeated Hitchin with Tony Siddons coming in for Ryan Fryatt.
Missing from the substitutes bench was Grant Holt who was serving a one match suspension from his time with Hibernian.
Lynn got off to good start taking the lead on four minutes.
The Langley defence was unable to clear a shot from Frazer Blake-Tracy, the ball going to Craig Parker who found Michael Clunan to score.
The visitors created chances with Ryan Hawkins giving the ball away and allowing Mitchell Weiss in on goal, Alex Street saving at his feet.
Them Brendan Ocran saw his shot cleared by the Lynn defence after a save from Street.
Lynn then doubled their lead on 20 minutes with a neat passing move ending with Cameron Norman putting the ball into the box for Tony Siddons to slot home.
Lynn had dominated to that point but Langley came more into the game aided by stray passes from the home side and "switching off" at times.
Langley and deserved their goal two minutes from half time Calum Adebiyi heading home, the ball having judged to have crossed the line before Tom Ward's attempt to clear off the line .
Lynn restored their two goal lead five minutes after the restart when a Norman ball into the box caused problems for the home defence and Parker stole the ball and his scuffed shot went under 'keeper Hampton and looked bound for the net, Siddon nipping in to add the final touch and claim the goal.
Eight minutes later Langley scored again, substitute Steve Ward getting behind the Lynn defence.
The visitors were reduced to ten men when Adebiyi received his second yellow of the afternoon.
Lynn had the ball in the net through Tom Ward but it was ruled out for a foul on the keeper and then Ryan Jarvis put a shot over.
Lynn were reduced to ten men when substitute Toby Hilliard marked his 100th first team appearance by picking up two yellows.
So a hard earned victory with Lynn conceding only their second and third goals at The Walks this season. Away games to follow against the two weakest defences in the division
Lynn: Street, Norman, Blake-Tracy, Gaughran, Ward, Jarvis, Clunan, Parker (Whayman 79), Gash, Siddons (Hilliard 63), Hawkins (Lappin 68). Subs: Hilliard, Fryatt, Lappin, Whayman. Booked: Hilliard, Gash. Sent off: Hilliard (two yellows) Scorers: Clunan 4, Siddons 20, 50
Kings Langley: Hampton, Pattison, Adebiyi, Connolly, Johnson, Folaran, Ocran, Hitchcock, Weiss, Price (Ward 57), Turner. Subs: Keating, Coldicott-Stevens, Ward, Kenny, Collins. Booked: Adebiyi, Hitchcock. Sent off Adebiyi (second yellow). Scorer: Adebiyi 43, Ward 58
Attendance: 903

Over at Soham Town Rangers Craig Gillies scored on the 90th minute of his one month loan debut to earn Rangers a 2-2 draw at Aveley.

Linnets News
Reserves add to squad
Thursday 12th October

Lynn Reserves have added 21 year old midfielder Harry Baldry to their squad.
A junior with Hungate Rovers he was scouted by Peterborugh United at the age of 14 and played for the Posh at Under 16, Under 18 and Reserves levels.
He played for a Spalding under 21 team against Lynn Reserves in pre-season but joined Wisbech in July making ten appearances (four starts) scoring once.

Linnets News
King’s Lynn Town 2 Hitchin Town 0
Tuesday 10th October

Former Canaries duo debuts against Canaries.
For a match report . . Read more
Linnets News
Lynn announce signing of former Canaries
Monday 9th October

Lynn have announced the signing of former Norwich duo midfielder Simon Lappin and striker Grant Holt.
Lappin is 34 year old (b. Glasgow 25 Jan, 1983) who had a brief spell with York City last season signing in November 2016 making seven appearances.
Lappin spent nearly seven years with St Mirren making 178 appearances before signing for Norwich City in January 2007 for approximately £75,000.
He stayed with the Canaries (126 appearances, 4 goals), with loan spells at Motherwell (14 appearances 2 goals) and Cardiff (2 appearances), until the end of January 2013 when he moved to Cardiff City.
Although he signed for Cardiff he made no appearances for them in their time in the Premier League and had a loan spell with Sheffield United and in August 2014 he moved to St Johnston, where he stayed until the end of the 2015-16 season making 27 appearances (3 goals).
The ex-Scotland under-21 international, and wouldbe commercial pilot, although released by York City was linked with a possible return pending a full recovery from a ruptured Achilles.

Grant Holt is a 36 year old (b. Carlisle 12/04/1981) striker who was released by Hiberian at the end of last season having helped them to promotion to the Scottish Premier with seven goals from 39 appearances.
He is no stranger to non-league football with his early career seeing spells at Barrow, Workington and Halifax Town and the a period with Sengkang Marine in Singapore.
He was signed by Sheffield Wednesday towards the end of the 2002-04 season (30 appearances - 4 goals) and then moved on to Rochdale in January 2004 staying there until January 2006 (83 appearance 42 goals) when he moved to Nottingham Forest for a £300,000 fee. He stayed there until the summer of 2008 (96 appearances 21 goals) a period which also saw a loan spell at Blackpool (4 appearances).
Next up was Shrewsbury Town who paid a then club record fee of £175,000. Fifty appearances, 28 goals later he joined Norwich City in July 2009 for £400,000.
In his four years at Carrow Road he made 168 appearances scoring 78 goals and was names City's Player of the Season three times and was elected to City's Hall of Fame.
In July 2013 he moved to Wigan for a £2,000,000 fee.
Although at Wigan until January 2016 he had loan periods at Aston Villa (10 apps 1 goal), Huddersfield (15,2), Wolves (4,0) and Rochdale (14, 2).
On release from Wigan, having made 27 appearances, 2 goals, he rejoined Rochdale until the end of the 2015-16 season (14 appearances - two starts, two goals). He joined Hiberian in July 2016.

Linnets News
Weymouth 3 King’s Lynn Town 1
Saturday 7th October

Lynn have the possession but Weymouth get the goals as Terra's keeper gets man-of-the-match with only his second appearance of the season.
At Woodbridge the Reserves also concede three in the battle of the top two.
For a match report . . Read more
For all the club news go to the King's Lynn Town News Archive.
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