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Action from King's Lynn Town V Cambridge City at the Walks - Lynn Manager Gary Setchell. Picture: Matthew Usher.

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Jordan Yong, right, and Lynn failed to taste victory against Paulton Rovers. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Goal-shy Lynn failed to find the net for the second home match in a row as they played out a drab draw at The Walks.

Lynn boss Gary Setchell. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town aim to keep moving in an upwardly direction when Paulton Rovers arrive at The Walks.

Lynn's Michael Clunan. Picture: Ian Burt

A stunning first-half strike from Michael Clunan helped King’s Lynn Town record their first away victory of the new campaign.

Action from an early-season FA Cup tie between Wisbech Town, red, and Diss Town. Picture: STEVE WILLIAMS

The preliminary round of the FA Cup will be played this weekend – but our sides already have a good idea of who they will be facing if they get through to the next stage.

Toby Hilliard shows off the skills which convinced Lynn to sign him. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Gary Setchell is sure King’s Lynn Town’s promising performances will start producing positive results.

Lee Stevenson, left, and the Linnets were on the receiving end of another defeat last night. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

King’s Lynn Town’s poor start to the new Southern League season continued as they suffered their third defeat in four matches.

Gary Setchell was frustrated by his side's inability to make their pressure tell on Saturday. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Gary Setchell was left to rue a lack of cutting edge as King’s Lynn Town were caught by a late sucker punch.

Lynn were brought back down to earth by Bideford this afternoon. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Lynn failed to make their pressure tell as the Robins headed back to Devon with all three points thanks to Liam Prynn’s 85th-minute winner.

Liam Hurst. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Midfielder Liam Hurst already feels at home in the colours of King’s Lynn Town as he adapts to life as a semi-professional footballer.

Action from King's Lynn Town V Cambridge City at the Walks - Lynn's Jake Speight on the ball. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Nine matches. Seven months. 32 weeks. 213 days. More than 5,000 hours.

Gary Setchell. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Exacting revenge on Cambridge City is far from Gary Setchell’s mind as King’s Lynn Town prepare for their first home fixture of the season.

King's Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell. Picture: Matthew Usher.

A new league, a new-look squad and a new start, but King’s Lynn Town were unable to get off to winning ways at newly-promoted Merthyr Town.

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King’s Lynn Town’s new Southern League adventure begins with a memory-evoking trip to Wales.

Buster Chapman. Picture: IAN BURT

Buster Chapman believes two special relationships help him continue to make a huge sporting impact in King’s Lynn.

Jack Defty, blue, in 2013 Ryman Premier League action for Lowestoft Town. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

The Bear is back! Jack Defty is coming out of retirement to lead Swaffham Town’s forward line next season.

The warm-up matches are over for Lynn and their players like Ross Watson, left, and Kern Miller. Picture: IAN BURT

King’s Lynn Town suffered their first defeat of pre-season last night when they lost 3-1 to Grantham Town.

Gary Setchell was all smiles as Lynn beat Rugby thanks to a strike from debutant Jake Speight. Picture: IAN BURT

New King’s Lynn Town striker Jake Speight gave the Linnets a hard-fought 1-0 win at Rugby Town in their penultimate pre-season friendly.

King's Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell at the final whistle. Picture: Ian Burt

Passionate Gary Setchell has vowed to bring more success to King’s Lynn Town – on and off the pitch.

Lynn's Lee Stevenson was in the goals once more last night. Picture: Ian Burt

Gary Setchell’s King’s Lynn Town side ended their July pre-season fixtures with a 1-0 win over Brackley Town last night.

Lynn's Jack Frohawk. Picture: Ian Burt

An air of optimism tends to breeze through football stadiums at this time of the year.

Lee Stevenson netted twice for Lynn during their 4-1 friendly victory over AFC Sudbury. Picture: Ian Burt

Impressive Lynn came from behind to extend their unbeaten pre-season programme to four matches.

Lee Stevenson shone as a striker for Lynn during their friendly win against Dereham. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell insists he’s tantalisingly close to ending his search for a striker.


A late header from Ryan Fryatt saw King’s Lynn Town edge past Norfolk rivals Dereham Town at The Walks last night.

Jack Frohawk made an instant impression for the Linnets at Boston. Picture: IAN BURT

Frontman Jack Frohawk grabbed his opportunity to impress with both hands by netting in King’s Lynn Town’s latest warm-up match.

The warm-up matches are over for Lynn and their players like Ross Watson, left, and Kern Miller. Picture: IAN BURT

King’s Lynn Town’s first Southern League adventure will begin with a trip to Wales.

Lynn's Jackson Ramm, clearing a ball here last season, smashed in a belter yesterday. Picture: Ian Burt

A long-range screamer from Jackson Ramm helped King’s Lynn Town get their pre-season programme off to a winning start.

The Walks, the home of King's Lynn Town. Picture: IAN BURT

Host Gavin Caney brings you all the latest news and views from The Walks.

Sam Gaughran is back where it all began after signing for the Linnets again. Picture: IAN BURT

Defender Sam Gaughran admits his burning desire to give something back to the Linnets helped influence his Walks’ return.

Sam Gaughran wearing the captain's armband for Lowestoft Town last season. Picture: TOM SMITH/FOCUS IMAGES

Defender Sam Gaughran has this afternoon completed his return to The Walks after signing for King’s Lynn Town.

Keith Webb, back in 2009, on the Walks' touchline. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

England’s cerebral palsy squad are celebrating after clinching their highest finish at a world championships.

Jamie Thurlbourne on the ball for the Linnets in 2012. Picture: IAN BURT

Former King’s Lynn Town wideman Jamie Thurlbourne has been forced to retire through injury at the age of 27.

Danny Beaumont after signing for Wisbech last summer.

Attacking talent Danny Beaumont will be plying his trade at Step Four again next season.

Ross McNeil. Picture: IAN BURT

Some of Norfolk’s most talented teenagers will finally be able to pull on a King’s Lynn Town shirt next season.

Keith Webb passes on instructions to his England players. Picture: The FA/Getty Images

Keith Webb will be bursting with pride when he takes his inspirational Three Lions into battle on on the global stage.

Robbie Back, pictured in 2013 after being involved in a car accident, is the new boss of Lynn's reserve team.

King’s Lynn Town have appointed Dersingham boss Robbie Back as their new reserve team manager.

Gary Setchell is all smiles at today's news concerning where the Linnets will play next term. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

King’s Lynn Town have been given the green light to continue their preparations for next season.

Jonathan Hawes pictured back in 2010 when he became boss of King's Lynn Town Reserves. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

King’s Lynn Town are not sweating on the outcome of a shock appeal regarding their summer switch in divisions.

Michael Clunan in action for Dereham. Picture: NEIL SMITH

King’s Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell has continued his summer shopping spree with the signing of midfielder Michael Clunan.

Kern Miller in action for Spalding United last season. Picture: SPALDING VOICE

Gary Setchell feels he has finally landed the organiser that King’s Lynn Town’s defence so badly lacked last season.

Jordan Yong, right, has become a key figure at King's Lynn Town. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Defender Jordan Yong has become the latest player to commit his future to King’s Lynn Town.

Michael Frew celebrates one of his seven goals for King's Lynn Town. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Striker Michael Frew has become the sixth player to leave King’s Lynn Town this summer.

Conor Marshall will be wearing the blue and gold of King's Lynn Town next season. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

King’s Lynn Town are already feeling the full effects of the FA’s summer shake-up of the semi-professional pyramid.

Swaffham Town celebrate with the Thurlow Nunn First Division runners-up shield following their 5-1 home win over Woodbridge Town Reserves at Shoemakers Lane. Picture: Eddie Deane

Reporter Gavin Caney takes a look back at the 2014/15 semi-professional season in our area.

Dan Quigley. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Disgraced midfielder Dan Quigley has been shown the door at King’s Lynn Town Football Club.

Ryan Fryatt feels the pain during Lynn's last home game. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Gary Setchell will hand some of his players their last King’s Lynn Town appearance this afternoon as he prepares to rip apart his underperforming squad.

King's Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell.

King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell admits that a very busy summer lays ahead of him as the Linnets fell to defeat in their final Evo-Stik Premier Division away fixture of the season, writes Mark Hearle.

Alex Street and his King's Lynn Town players have suffered plenty of disappointments this season. Picture: IAN BURT

Gary Setchell insists King’s Lynn Town’s defensive failings have cast an unfair shadow over Alex Street’s performances this season.

From left, Richard Bunting and Russell Dunkley

AFC Rushden & Diamonds have clinched the UCL Premier Division with two games to spare.

King's Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell.

King’s Lynn Town players and fans will surely be glad to see the end of the season as their miserable end to the campaign continued at play-off chasing Curzon Ashton.

Jake Jones impressed at left-back against Barwell on Monday. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Gary Setchell admits the unforgiving nature of the Evo-Stik Premier Division has handed King’s Lynn Town some harsh lessons this campaign.

Peter Winn during his final Lynn appearance before Chester came calling. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Chester have recalled Peter Winn from his loan spell at King’s Lynn Town.

Action from King's Lynn Town v Barwell at The Walks - Jake Jones covers his face after the final whistle as Lynn lose again at home. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Gary Setchell admitted the Linnets’ shortcomings were too clear for all to see once again during a 10th home league defeat of the season.

Action from King's Lynn Town v Barwell at The Walks - Steve Spriggs on the ball. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Lynn looked set to keep their first home clean sheet for three months until Jamie Towers toe-poked a late winner.

Lee Stevenson scored two penalties for Lynn at Trafford. Picture: Matthew Usher.

King’s Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell is urging his side to end the season with a flourish – beginning with the visit of Barwell to The Walks this afternoon (3pm).

Peter Winn may be wearing the number nine shirt for Lynn again this afternoon. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Chester loanee Peter Winn could find himself leading the line for King’s Lynn Town once again this afternoon.

Action from King's Lynn Town v Blyth Spartans - Lynn's Henry Eze screams after the 3 goal. Picture: Matthew Usher.

It’s hard to assess where the Linnets first developed the soft centre that continues to undermine their quest for progress.

Action from King's Lynn Town v Blyth Spartans - Lynn's Jakes Jones comes close to scoring. Picture: Matthew Usher.

It was the case of another game that got away for King’s Lynn Town, according to Gary Setchell.

Action from King's Lynn Town v Blyth Spartans - Lynn lose again 3-1. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Lynn more than played their part in a cracking encounter but it still wasn’t enough to end a three-month search for a home victory.

Lee Stevenson celebrates scoring for the 'old' Lynn in 2004. Picture: IAN BURT

Classy midfielder Lee Stevenson’s return to The Walks has been met with approval by King’s Lynn Town fans.

King's Lynn Town's Peter Winn. Picture: Matthew Usher.

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