Results/Fixtures Monday 15th October Southern Premier Central Stourbridge v Bedworth 4-1
Tuesday 16th October Southern Premier Central Barwell v Banbury 2-1
Leiston v King's Lynn 1-5
Needham Market v Lowestoft 1-0
Redditch v Rushall Olym 2-1
Royston v St Neots 5-0
St Ives v Biggleswade 0-1
Tamworth v Kettering 0-0
Thurlow Nunn League Lynn Reserves v March TU 1-3
Norwich CBS v Swaffham T 1-2
Wednesday 17th October FA Youth Cup King's Lynn v Dereham T 2-0
Thurlow Nunn League Needham Mkt Res v Debenham 1-0
Saturday 20th October Banbury Utd v Royston 0-1
Bedworth Utd v Alvechurch 0-2
Biggleswade v Coalville 3-0
Halesowen v Needham Market 1-1
King's Lynn v Rushden & Dnds 1-1
Lowestoft v Barwell 0-0
Rushall Olympic v St Ives 4-1
Stratford v Leiston 3-2
FA Cup Aldershot T v Kettering T 2-0
Alfreton T v St Neots T 4-0
Guiseley v Stourbridge 3-1
Hitchin T v Leatherhead 1-1
Thurlow Nunn League Fakenham T v Swaffham T 2-1
Harleston v Lynn Reserves 3-2
March TU v Mulbarton Wndrs 2-2
Norwich CBS v Downham T 3-0
Wisbech SM v Diss T 2-5
NW Norfolk League Terrington v Lynn A P-P
Lynn unable to raise a team
Sunday 21st October Norfolk Women's Cup Sprowston v King's Lynn
Tuesday 23rd October Southern Premier Central Rushden & Dmnds v Coalville T
Lowestoft T v St Neots T
St Ives T v Leiston
Thurlow Nunn FDCup Downham v Lynn Reserves
Thursday 25th October Thurlow Nunn Youth League Downham Town v King's Lynn
Friday 26th October Thurlow Nunn League Downham v Swaffham
Saturday 27th October FA Trophy Rushden & D'mnds v St Ives
Alvechurch v Stratford
Barwell v Coalville
Buxton v Kings Lynn
Carlton v Bedworth
Gainsborough T v Tamworth
Grantham v Halesowen
Hitchin v Hayes & Yeading
Kettering v Stourbridge
Kings Langley v Needham Mkt
Lowestoft v Enfield
Maldon & Tiptree v Royston
Mickleover Sp v Redditch
St Neots v Matlock
Stafford Rgrs v Rushall
Swindon S'marine v Banbury
VCD Athletic v Leiston
Thurlow Nunn League Debenham LC v Fakenham
Diss v Ipswich Wanderers
Harleston v Needham Mkt Res
Haverhill Boro v Norwich CBS
Lynn Res v Felixstowe Res
Lakenheath v Cornard
Leiston Res v Sudbury Res
Mulbarton Wndrs v Wisbech SM
NW Norfolk League AFC Walpole v Lynn A
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King's Lynn Town 1 AFC Rushden & Diamonds 1 Satirday 20th October
An injury time goal preserved the unbeaten league run for managers Rob Back and Neil Fryatt and, but for the goalkeeping of Ben Heath, Lynn might well have been celebrating victory.
Lynn made one change from the team that defeated Leiston during the week with Harry Limb, who missed Tuesday's game through illness, coming in for Adam Marriott who has a hamstring problem.
Unlike the visitors to The Walks the previous Saturday, Rushden were prepared to attack and the opening exchanges were fast and frenetic.
Lynn just about shaded the first half with the better of the goalscoring chances. Ryan Hawkins was with a serious chance on 15 minutes but his shot lacked sufficient force to trouble Heath.
Two minutes last Michael Gash blazed over from 20 yards while at the other end Bowen ran onto to a long kick from Heath but good anticipation from Alex Street cleared the danger.
On 21 minutes Aaron Jones had the ball in the net but it was ruled offside and four minutes later Ben Diamond avoided the attentions of Rory McAuley and shot inches away from the left hand post.
At the other end Hawkins escaped down the right and crossed for Limb but his header was straight at Heath and parried out for a corner.
On the half hour Rushden's Jack Brown got through on goal but his shot from inside the area beat Street only to clip the base of the post.
Hawkins then had an effort deflect off Jack Westbrook and go over the woodwork. Further efforts came and went as the half drew to a close with chances being created but the ball being lost at the crucial point.
The first chance of the second half fell to the visitors with Declan Rogers firing over from distance. The next two chances fell to Lynn; first Hawkins fired over from some 25 yards and in the next minute Limb forced Heath into a good save at the expense of a corner.
Rushden took the lead on 56 minutes, Roger shooting from some 25 yards past Street and into the far corner of the net.
Heath then parried Gash's header round the post for a corner after good work by Frazer Blake-Tracy down the left and two minutes later Heath was again Rushden's hero as he thwarted Hawkins with another fine save.
Street then had to be alert to prevent Rushden going further ahead as Rogers tried another shot from distance.
The final ten minutes of normal time saw chances for both sides. Hawkins cross-come-shot was held by Heath and then Nathan Hick’s drilled cross into the Lynn box just evaded Bowen at the back post.
Substitute Tom Lorraine then slammed over from close range for Rushden.
With the game looking lost for the home side Lynn were awarded a free kick just in the visitor's half following a foul on Chris Henderson.
Michael Clunan's launched the ball goalwards finding the head of McAulay to nod the ball past Heath and into the net.
Lynn: Street, Jones (Thomas 71), Blake-Tracy, Jarvis (Richards 80), Fryatt, McAuley, Clunan, Henderson, Gash (Parker 69), Limb, Hawkins. Subs: Richards, Thomas, Parker, Congreve. Scorer: McAuley 90+5
Rushden: Heath, Reynolds, Brown, Westbrook, Dolman, Hicks, Rogers, Farrell (Curtis 71), Bowen, (Dean 88), Diamond, Hopkins (Lorraine 80). Subs: Lorraine, Dean, Curtis, Ashton, Punter. Scorer: Rogers 56
Lynn away in League Cup Second Round
King's Lynn Town have been drawn away to Kettering Town in the City Security Services League Challenge Cup, 2nd Round.
The game will take place at Latimer Park on Tuesday 6th November with a 7:45 kick-off.
The Blue & Gold Trust Ground Development Fund
The Trust have announced details of the Ground Development Fund. A Trust run project to raise funds to help the club meet any ground grading requirements should the club be promoted.
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Minutes of past meetings.Blue & Gold Trust Committee Meetings Next directors' meeting: Thursday 22nd November.
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To lobby, publicise and campaign to encourage the owners of KLTFC to take into account the interests of supporters in its decision making.
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To enable a democratically elected Director of the Trust to represent the views of the supporters and influence the decision making of the owners of KLTFC.
To raise funds to enable the Trust to be in a position to purchase a stakeholding in the club, thus ensuring democratic supporter representation in the running of the club and that funds raised are used appropriately to benefit the long term stability and future of KLTFC for its supporters and the community.
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