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Saturday 15th May
National League
Aldershot v Hartlepool 1-3
Boreham Wood v Wrexham 2-3
Chesterfield v Wealdstone 0-0
Dag & Red v Halifax Town 3-0
Eastleigh v Barnet 3-0
Maidenhead v Sutton Utd 0-3
Notts County v Bromley 2-2
Solihull Moors v Woking 2-1
Weymouth v Altrincham 2-1
Yeovil Town v King's Lynn 3-1

Sunday 16th May
National League
Stockport v Torquay 2-2

Tuesday 11th May
National League
Solihull Moors v Barnet
Wrexham v Notts County
Aldershot v Eastleigh
Weymouth v Boreham Wood
Yeovil Town v Maidenhead
Leading Scorers
 8 Adam Marriott
 8 Kairo Mitchell
 6 Michael Gash
 5 Sonny Carey

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Welcome . . . to  the Blue & Gold Supporters' Trust website for all the followers of King's Lynn Town Football Club - " The Linnets".

Independent of the club, here we cover news from The Trust, the "Linnets" past and present, host an active

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and also maintain comprehensive statistics covering steps 1-4 of the Non-League Pyramid including the

Turnstile League

The Archive follows the fortunes of the town's senior football club from

the creation of King's Lynn FC in 1881

, covering everything from the Linnets' Crest to the league tables involving Lynn since 1897 plus all Lynn's FA Cup, Trophy, Vase, Amateur Cup and League/League Cup results.
Linnets News
Yeovil Town 3 King's Lynn Town 1
Saturday 15th May

Lynn's run of consecutive away matches without a win extended to 13 following defeat at the hands of the Glovers.
With Ryan Jarvis, Elkan Baggott and Rory McAuley missing from the line-up, Lynn named three substitutes, one of them being assistant manager Paul Bastock who celebrates his 51st birthday in the coming week.
Once again it was mistakes in the Lynn defence that resulted in their downfall.
Yeovil had the first chance on four minutes when a Tom Knowles' corner found Billy Sass-Davies but he could only volley over.
Three minutes later Lynn had their first chance but Alex Kiwomya's shot from the edge of the box went straight to home keeper Adam Smith.
The home side took the lead on nine minutes when former Glover Tai Fleming played a loose ball across the defence only for Knowles to intercept and finish with ease past Theo Richardson.
Another piece of sloppy defending, this time Michael Gash losing possession, allowed Yeovil in again and after a fine passing movement Knowles was on hand to finish from the edge of the area with a curling shot that gave Richards no chance.
A Kiwomya cross was turned in by Simeon Jackson only to be ruled offside and at the other end a 19th minute free kick from Luke Wilkinson was well held by Richardson
Lynn got themselves back into the game on 23 minutes from the penalty spot. Michael Gyasi had been grounded by Wilkinson and Jackson scored from the resultant kick.
Heavy rain was making play difficult with heavy tackles and slips common.
Lynn began to see more of the possession but chances were at a premium for the visitors while the home side had efforts by Josh Neufcille and a Carl Dickinson free kick saved by Richardson.
Just before the break Kyle Callan-McFadden picked up his tenth booking of the season.
The second half lacked the goalmouth action of the first. Tyler Denton had an effort from distance which went just wide of the post
and Callan-McFadden had a header which went straight to the hands of Smith.
Sonny Carey came closest to scoring for Lynn on 70 minutes his effort beating Smith but Wilkinson was on hand to clear off the line.
The game was put beyond the Linnets on 85 minutes when the two home substitutes combined on the counter with Emmanuel Sanupe scoring.
The final chance fell to Lynn but Gash's header struck the bar.
Yeovil: Smith, Kelly, Wilkinson, Sass-Davies, Dickinson, Lee, Knowles, Neufillle (Sonupe 77), D'ath (Stephens 87), Reid (Quigley 70), Dagnall. Subs: Evans, Sonupe. Stephens, Quigley. Booked; Wilkinson. Scorer: Knowles 9, 12 Sonupe 84
Lynn: Richardson, Howard, Fleming, Callan-McFadden, Denton, Clunan, Carey, Gyasi (Babos 65), Kiwomya (Payne 65), Gash, Jackson. Subs: Payne, Babos, Bastock, Booked: Callan-McFadden, Denton Scorer: Jackson pen 23
Linnets News
Chesterfield 4 King's Lynn Town 1
Tuesday 11th May

Lynn's defeat at the hands of Chesterfield was their ninth consecutive game without a win, making it their longest run since the club was reformed.
There was a surprise return for Ryan Jarvis in the starting line-up making his 150th appearance, his first since Notts County at the beginning of March.
Jarvis was influential in midfield in a first half which saw Lynn undeservedly trail at the break.
The home side made a bright start with Jak McCourt seeing a curling effort hit the upright on eight minutes.
Lynn, despite their dismal run of recent results, gave a good account of themselves against the play-off hopefuls. Kyle Callan-McFadden's looping header landed on the roof of the net but it was the home side that were getting near the target.
Laurence Maguire drove forward and unleashed a shot from distance which went just wide of the post but three minutes later the Spireites took the lead.
A short corner routine on the Lynn left resulted in a Manny Oyeleke cross which found Adi Yussuf whose stooping header found the net from close range.
Lynn responded within three minutes with a McCourt error allowing in Sonny Carey who beat one defender before putting the ball under James Montgomery.
Two minutes later Chesterfield were back in front, George Carline's low shot taking a deflection on its way to the net.
Lynn had a chance to level matters before the break but Carey's free-kick was tipped over by Montgomery.
Within two minutes of the restart Lynn fell further behind. A Clarke corner resulted in head tennis ping-pong in the area, the ball eventually finding Joseph Yarney who bundled home.
On 54 minutes the Lynn defensive wall fell apart to allow Danny Rowe's low free kick from some 30 yards to complete the scoring.
The remainder of the half was a matter of damage limitation for Lynn and game management for the Chesterfield as a torrential thunderstorm provided the entertainment for the closing stages.
Chesterfield: Montgomery, Carline, Yarney, Gunning, Macguire, Whittle (Evans 75), McCourt (Whelan 70), Oyeleke, Clarke, Yussuf (Dinanga 66), Rowe. Subs: Evans, Mandeville, Dinanga, Whelan, Mitchell. Scorers: Yussuf 28, Carline 33, Yarney 47, Rowe 54
Lynn: Richardson, Howard, Fleming, Callan-McFadden, McAuley, Denton, Jarvis (Payne 46), Clunan, Carey, Kiwomya (Jackson 62), Gash. Subs: Gyasi, Payne, Babos, Bastock, Jackson. Booked: Denton. Scorer: Carey 31

For all the club news go to the King's Lynn Town News Page.

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