Results/Fixtures Tuesday 14th August Southern Premier Central Banbury v Halesowen 2-1
Biggleswade v Rushden 1-0
Coalville v Rushall Olym 2-2
Kettering v King's Lynn 2-1
Lowestoft v St Ives 0-1
Needham Mkt v Hitchin 8-1
Redditch v Barwell 2-4
Royston v Leiston 2-5
St Neots v Bedworth 2-1
Tamworth v Alvechurch 1-1
Wednesday 15th August Thurlow Nunn Youth League King's Lynn U18 v March TU 4-2
Friday 17th August Thurlow Nunn Div 1 North Ipswich Wndrs v Cornard Utd 6-0
Saturday 18th August Southern Premier Central Banbury v Leiston
Biggleswade v Bedworth
Coalville v Alvechurch
Kettering v Halesowen
Lowestoft v Hitchin
Needham Mkt v Barwell
Redditch v St Ives
Royston v Stratford
St Neots v Rushall
Stourbridge v Rushden & D'monds
Tamworth v King's Lynn
Thurlow Nunn Div 1 North Debenham LC v March
Fakenham v Diss
Felixstowe v Wisbech SM
Harleston v Sudbury
Haverhill Boro v Mulbarton Wndrs
King's Lynn v Norwich CBS
Leiston v Downham
Swaffham v Needham Market
Tuesday 21st August Thurlow Nunn Div 1 North Fakenham v Downham
Haverhill Boro' v Cornard
Wednesday 22nd August Thurlow Nunn Youth League King's Lynn U18 v Godmanchester
Friday 24th August Thurlow Nunn Div 1 North Debenham LC v Needham Mkt
Mulbarton Wndrs v Norwich CBS
Saturday 25th August Southern Premier Central Barwell v Kettering
Coalville v Stourbridge
Halesowen v Biggleswade
Hitchin v Redditch
King's Lynn v St Neots
Leiston v Tamworth
Rushall Olym v Royston
St Ives v Needham Mkt
Stratford v Lowestoft
Thurlow Nunn Div 1 North Cornard v Swaffham
Diss v Felixstowe
Fakenham v Harleston
Ipswich Wndrs v King's Lynn
Lakenheath v Sudbury
March v Leiston
Wisbech SM v Haverhill Boro'
Monday 28th August Southern Premier Central Alvechurch v Redditch
Banbury v Stratford
Biggleswade v Hitchin
Coalville v Barwell
Kettering v Bedworth
Lowestoft v King's Lynn
Needham Mkt v Leiston
Royston v St Ives
St Neots v Rushden
Tamworth v Rushall Olym
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Tamworth v King's Lynn Town
It's Linnets against Lambs on Saturday with both teams hoping to improve on what has been a disappointing start to their respective league campaigns.
Tamworth started life in the Southern League Premier Central with four players still on contract from the squad relegated from Nationwide North last season with a further five players being re-signed.
A re-organisation within the club saw Mike Fowler, manager of Tamworth last season, take on the roll of head coach.
Coming in as Director of Football is Tim Harris, he was manager of Redditch United last season having taken over the hot seat there in December.
Following him from Redditch are players Tristan Dunkley And Lewis Wright.
Paul Green, appointed as player-coach, joins from Solihull Borough with three players following him.
Amongst the other summer signings is former Linnet Ryan Beswick from Nuneaton Borough, he was on loan at The Walks during the 2009-10 season making 14 appearances.
One recruit that might be known by some of the Lynn players who have a Norwich City background is Owen Wallis who was with Norwich City at the age of eight and went through the academy there but was released in May.
Injury problems at The Lamb have seen a dip into the loan market with the arrival of Kyle Finn and James Morris from Coventry City and Doncaster Rovers respectively on a month's loan.
Tamworth's league campaign kicked off with a single goal defeat at St Ives, the Lambs having five players out injured and one suspended - the latter Regan Upton should be available on Saturday.
A 1-1 draw against Alvechurch on Tuesday evening saw former Boston United player Tyrell Waite missing a penalty for Tamworth.
Lynn last visited The Lamb for a league match in January 2009 losing 2-0 as Tamworth completed a league double. Ground: The Lamb Ground, Kettlebrook, Tamworth, Staffordshire. B77 1AA Admission: Adults - £11, Concessions - £7, 16/17 year old - £4, Junior - £2. Add £2 for admission to Main Stand.
Kettering Town 2 King's Lynn Town 1 Tuesday 14th August
Lynn went down to their second defeat of the season in a game that was largely decided by three first half penalties.
Despite Saturday's 4-2 reverse against Biggleswade, manager Simon Clark kept faith in same starting eleven with just Lee Beevers coming onto the bench instead of Matty Castellan.
Kettering had midfielder Marcus Kelly available following international clearance but were without a recognised striker.
The first spot kick, on five minutes, was the result of long ball downfield from Poppies' 'keeper Paul White which found Rhys Hoeness who easily beat Ryan Fryatt who hauled him down.
Hoeness took the resulting penalty, sending Alex Street the wrong way.
Just before the half hour Ryan Hawkins was fouled by former Linnet Nathaniel Rowe-Turner but Michael Clunan's penalty was well saved by White, diving to his left.
Lynn lost Michael Gash to injury and then just before half time Hoeness once again had the beating of Fryatt with the outcome - another penalty and goal to give the Poppies a two goal half time lead.
Lynn started the second half more determined with Fryatt heading Clunan's corner wide and then on 64 minutes
Clunan gave the visitors hope with a goal out of nothing, his shot from some 20 yards giving White no chance.
The remainder of the game saw Lynn with a lot of possession but with little reward in the way of shots on target.
Kettering: White, Berry, Stohrer, Meikle (Borg 75), Milnes (Solkhon 62), Hoeness (Pendley 90+1), Kelly-Evans, Kelly, Towers, Richens, Rowe-Turner. Subs: Toseland, Solkhon, Pendley, Shamalo, Borg. Booked: Rowe-Turner. Scorer: Hoeness (pens) 4, 42
Lynn: Street, Thomas, Blake-Tracey, Jarvis, Fryatt, McAuley, Clunan, Hilliard, Gash, (Parker 32. Limb 78) Hawkins, Richards. Subs: Beevers, Jones, Parker, Limb, Stewart. Booked: Fryatt, McAuley, Hilliard. Scorer: Clunan 66
King's Lynn Town 2 Biggleswade Town 4 Saturday 11 August
Lynn's start to the season not as planned. For a match report, highlights and interview with Simon Clark
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