|Chatham 1 Lynn 0|
LYNN'S preparations for the game were disrupted by being stuck in a jam on the Dartford Tunnel, and their promising revival (two wins on the trot) under caretaker bosses Darren Bloodworth and Kevin Boon came to a sticky end in Kent on Tuesday.
The visitors' best chance of the first half came when Jamie March crossed from the left and David Staff hit it first time only for Oliver Cotton, making his debut in the Chatham goal, to throw himself to his right and make a brilliant save. Carl Holmes and Jack Defty both headed over.
Chatham: Cotton, Binks, Robinson, Boyle, Larking, Best, Spriggs, Dyer (Rutter 86), Collin, Billenness, McCarthy (Lewis 63). Subs not used: Radbourne, Berkhauer, Driscoll.
Lynn: Wilson, Glarvey, March, Burrows, Fuff, Defty, Camm, Holmes (Raynor 63), Harris, Staff, Woodrow (Ndekwe 54). Not used: Blake, Nobes.
Attendance: 132. Referee: M. Meilack (Heathfield).
Stats, Lynn first: shots on target 5 3; off target 4 4; corners 10, 0: offside 2. 6: free-kicks 8. 10.
|Shots on |
|Shots off |
|Lynn||5||4||10||2||8||March (90, dissent)|
|Report by permission of the Lynn News|