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By GAVIN CANEY, Sports Reporter
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
King’s Lynn Town kept their dream of doing the double alive by hammering Peterborough Northern Star tonight to breeze into the United Counties League Cup final.
Jack Defty put Lynn in front in the third minute when he dispatched Robbie Harris’ cross before the latter set up the second in the 12th minute when his miscued shot was slotted home by Danny Beaumont.
Defty bagged his second in the 57th minute when he latched onto Luke Thurlbourne’s fine through ball and followed up his own effort on the rebound to score. He nearly got his hat-trick in the 67th-minute but Ross Watson got the faintest of touches to his header to put Lynn 4-0 up.
Watson - playing in an unusual holding midfield role - scored a lob from fully 30 yards to make it 5-0 and Defty grabbed his hat-trick in the 86th minute when he headed home Beaumont’s cross.
Youngster Ciaran Beales put the icing on the cake when he scored his first senior goal for Lynn in injury time to complete the rout as PNS - who had Jack Raynor sent off in the closing stages - fell apart.
King’s Lynn: Hails, Deeney (Ward, 68), Fryatt, Watson, Yong, Beaumont, Buhlemann, L Thurlbourne (Coe, 60), White, Defty, Harris (Beales, 68). Subs not used: Street, J Thurlbourne. Booked: L Thurlbourne. Goals: Defty (3, 57, 86), Beaumont (12). Watson (67, 81), Beales (90)
Peterborough NS: McShane, Cook, Medwynter (Raynor, 64), Dean, Cox, Morris, Nyang (Graham, 64), Hook, Gibbs, Stead (Staffieri, 71), Vieira. Subs not used: Glover. Sent off: Raynor
Referee: S Barry Attendance: 367
Gary Setchell believes patience played a huge part in King’s Lynn Town’s thumping of Stafford Rangers.