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Results/Fixtures
Tuesday 16th August
National North
Banbury Utd v Boston Utd 0-0
Buxton v Leamington 1-1
Chester v Hereford 0-1
Chorley v Blyth Spartans 1-1
Farsley Celtic v AFC Fylde 1-2
Gloucester v Peterborough Sp 3-1
Kettering v Telford United 2-0
Kidderminster v Curzon Ashton 1-2
King's Lynn v Brackley 2-1
Scarborough v Bradford (PA) 2-2
Southport v Darlington 1-0
Spennymoor v Alfreton 0-0

Saturday 20th August
National North
AFC Fylde v Scarborough Ath
AFC Telford Utd v King's Lynn
Alfreton Town v Southport
Blyth Spartans v Gloucester
Boston United v Chorley
Brackley Town v Farsley Celtic
Bradford (PA) v Kidderminster
Curzon Ashton v Kettering Town
Darlington v Banbury United
Hereford v Buxton
Leamington v Spennymoor
Peterborough Sp v Chester
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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

Linnets' Fans' Forum

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

Turnstile League

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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
AFC Telford United v King’s Lynn Town
Saturday 20th August

Lynn travel to the New Bucks Head Stadium on Saturday looking to make it four straight wins.
AFC Telford suffered their first defeat of the National League North season in the rain at Kettering Town on Tuesday evening, coming away with a 2-0 defeat, during which the Bucks also saw Matty Carson, on loan fron Accrinton U21s, hit the post from the penalty spot. Previous to that they had started the season with a 1-0 victory over Chorley followed by a 1-1 draw at Spennymoor.
Telford are managed by Paul Carden who was appointed to the hot seat in November 2021, guiding them from the bottom of the table at Christmas to ending in 20th place last season, two points above relegated Guiseley and were the division’s draw specialists withh 16 of the 42 matches ending even. Carden was manager of Warrington when Lynn faced them in the 2019 "super play-off".

The summer has seen the arrival of a number of players including Nathan Blissett, nephew of Luther, who was part of the Maidenhead United line up against Lynn in October 2020 when goals by Simon Power, Dayle Southwell and Aaron Jones saw the Linnets record their first National League win.

Tickets for Saturday’s game can be purchased >> here <<
Past meetings with AFC Telford United:
Date                               F-A    Att  Scorers
Sat 03 Jan 2009                H   1-1    932  Graham
Sat 07 Mar 2009                A   1-1   1990  Dwyer
Sat 15 Dec 2012   (FA Trophy)  H   3-1    955  Spriggs 2, Turner
Sat 17 Aug 2019                A   3-1   1003  Gash, Marriott, Payne
AFC Telford United came into being in May 2004. Proir to that Wellington Town and Telford United had represented the town - both "incarnations" meeting the Linnets on a number of occasions.
Linnets News
King’s Lynn Town 2 Brackley Town 1
Tuesday 16th August

Lynn: P Jones, A Jones, Crowther, Coulson, Denton, Scott (Barrett 60), Widdrington, Clunan, Hargreaves, Ponticelli (Stephens 90+1),  Omatayo. Subs: Barrett, Walker, Fleming, Stephens, Keller. .Booked: Clunan Scorer: Omotayo 64, 89
Brackley: Lewis, Carline, Calder, Murombedzi, Walker, Dean, York, Armson, Stead, Makama (Putz 75), Richards. Subs: Jones, Cullinane-Liburd, Massey, Putz, Lopes. Scorer: Dean 22
Attendance: 733
Linnets News
Lynn add to squad
Monday 15th August

Lynn have announced the signing of 18 year old (b. Feb 22, 2004) Ben Siggers a left sided defender/wing back who has previously played for Stevenage U18s and was with Barton Rovers on work experience, making five appearances at the end of last season.
Ben has been training with the Linnets and appeared in some of the pre-season matches.
Linnets News
King’s Lynn Town 2 Blyth Spartans 0
Saturday 13th August

Lynn became one of only two teams that remain with maximum points after two matches with a deserved victory over Blyth Spartans in the sweltering 30 degree heat.
Both teams were unchanged from the previous Saturday with Lynn dominating the open 20 minutes and should have had more than a single goal lead at the break.
The only goal of the half came in the third minute, Aaron Jones crossing for Gold Omotayo to knock-down and Michael Clunan to sweep home.
Alex Mitchell, in the visitors goal, found himself under pressure ten minutes later, first blocking Jordan Ponticelli’s effort and then watching the rebound fall to Theo Widdrington whose effort struck the bar.
Then, seconds later, he was on hand to deny Jones who tried his luck from distance.
A half chance fell to the visitors on 17 minutes but Paul Jones rushed out to beat Michael Richardson to the ball.
Mitchell was again in action to beat the onrushing Omotayo five minutes later but Blyth were beginning to settle, winning their first corner on 37 minutes.
Six minutes before the break Cameron Hargreaves had another chance for Lynn but once again the visiting keeper was equal to it.

Corey McKeown had an early tester for Paul Jones soon after the restart as Blyth were beginning to get the upper hand but a 59th minute goal settled Lynn’s nerves.
Omotayo and Josh Barrett were both involved in the build-up before Widdrington rocketed home via the bar.
Lynn had chances to increase their lead through Barrett and then Ponticelli who just failed to connect onto a Hargreaves’ cross. Barrett then had a free kick opportunity which was easilt#y dealt with by Mitchell.
Blyth looked for a consolation but they lacked finishing quality, their closest being from Nathan Buddle who’s effort was straight at Jones and a ball from Sam Fishburn which JJ O’Donnell was inches away from connecting.
Lynn: P Jones, A Jones (Barrett h/t), Crowther, Coulson, Denton, Scott, Widdrington, Clunan, Hargreaves, Ponticelli (Stephens 77), Omatayo (Walker 69) Subs: Barrett, Walker, Fleming, Stephens, Keller. Booked: Crowther, Denton. Scorers: Clunan 3, Widdrington 59
Blyth: Mitchell, Evans (Buddle 75), Liddle, Nicholson,  Lees, Richardson (Fishburn 65), Hickey, McNall (Gillies 65), O’Donnell, McKeown, Deverdics. Subs: Buddle, Gillies, Fishburn, Elsdon, Dopson. Booked: Evans, Richardson
Attendance: 886

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

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