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Lynn's Ryan Fryatt and Liam Hurst, right, will hope to look like this again at the final whistle. Picture: Ian Burt

Gary Setchell is urging his players on as King’s Lynn Town threaten to exceed their manager’s expectations.

Lynn's Lee Smith up against Redditch United's captain Jamey Osborne. Picture: Ian Burt

Lee Stevenson scored a worldy winner and then was one of three players who got sent off as Lynn won a bad-tempered affair at The Walks.

Lee Stevenson scored in Lynn's last outing at Chippenham. Picture: FOCUS IMAGES

Gary Setchell is refusing to downplay the importance of King’s Lynn Town’s latest Southern League Premier examination.

Lynn's Lee Stevenson. Picture: Ian Burt

The scoreline belied a slick battling performance by the Linnets who had threatened to deny the Wiltshire side claiming top spot after a stirring second-half performance.

Lynn boss Gary Setchell has been applausing Matty Castellan's performances so far this season. Picture: Ian Burt

Cool customer Matty Castellan’s dream season continued as King’s Lynn Town moved to within a point of the play-offs.

Lynn's players celebrate Lee Smith's goal. Picture: IAN BURT

Lynn recorded back-to-back Walks clean sheets for only the second time this season as they extended their perfect record against the Centurions.

Toby Hilliard will be winning headers for Lynn reserves today. Picture: FOCUS IMAGES

Gary Setchell believes his youngsters’ enthusiasm for the game is helping to drive King’s Lynn Town forward.

Sam Mulready scored for Lynn at Poole. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn held league leaders Poole Town to a 1-1 draw at Tatnam, having taken a first-half lead.

Lynn boss Gary Setchell. Picture: Ian Burt

Gary Setchell is adamant King’s Lynn Town will not risk financial ruin in their search for success.

Josh Moreman, right, has attracted the interest of King's Lynn Town. Picture: MARK GOODALE

King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell has admitted defeat in his bid to sign Spalding United’s Josh Moreman.

Lynn's Matthew Castellan. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town defender Matt Castellan says he is living the dream playing for his hometown club after helping them bounce back to winning ways.

Sam Gaughran, right, and Lynn struggled defensively on Tuesday night. Picture: MICHAEL SEDGWICK/FOCUS IMAGES

Gary Setchell is expecting no adverse reaction from Sam Gaughran after King’s Lynn Town’s midweek misery.

Lynn's Michael Clunan was booked for this challenge. Picture: Ian Burt

Inconsistent Lynn’s fightback fell just short as they were made to pay for a first-half horror show.

King's Lynn skipper Sam Gaughran in action during Saturday's 1-0 win at St Neots. Picture: Helen Drake

Gary Setchell feels his King’s Lynn Town squad are proving their play-off credentials but says he is determined to keep his players’ feet firmly planted on the floor.

Kern Miller in action for King's Lynn in Saturday's 1-0 win at St Neots Town. Pictures: Helen Drake

King’s Lynn Town midfielder David Bridges believes a Southern League play-off place is still well within the club’s reach.

Jacek Zielonka should make his Linnets return this evening. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

King’s Lynn Town will look to bounce back from a Boxing Day body blow when they make the short trip to Rowley Park.

David Bridges and his team-mates were grounded by Kettering. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Gary Setchell admits Lynn were handed a brutal Boxing Day lesson by their old rivals Kettering.

Liam Hurst, left, and Lynn endured a Boxing Day to forget. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Lynn slumped to a deserved defeat in front of their biggest crowd of the season as the in-form Poppies continued their play-off push.

Gary Setchell. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Gary Setchell is ruling with an iron fist once more to get the best out of King’s Lynn Town.

Toby Hilliard scored twice in Lynn's win at Paulton. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Toby Hilliard’s red card could not stop King’s Lynn Town recording a comfortable victory in a bad-tempered trip to Paulton Rovers.

Action from King's Lynn Town v Frome Town at The Walks - Lynn's Kern Miller challenges for the ball, as Sam Gaughran watches on. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Linnets skipper Sam Gaughran knows all about what it takes to gain promotion to step two of the non-league pyramid.

King’s Lynn Town have been spared a long trip to Warwickshire this evening after their Southern Premier Division clash with Stratford Town was called off early.

Action from King's Lynn Town v Frome Town at The Walks - Lynn's Jacek Zielonka on the ball. Picture: Matthew Usher.

The heroics of David Chitty had looked like enforcing Lynn’s 10th blank of the Southern Premier Division season.

Action from King's Lynn Town v Frome Town at The Walks - Lynn's Kern Miller challenges for the ball, as Sam Gaughran watches on. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Teenager striker Dylan Edge broke Darren Chitty’s resistance in the final 10 minutes to secure a hard-fought Lynn win.

Lee Smith, left, is Lynn's latest injury victim. Picture: MICHAEL SEDGWICK/FOCUS IMAGES

After trips to Devon, Berkshire and Dorset, Gary Setchell is relieved to finally be playing a fixture in Norfolk again.

Mick Wright pictured in his glory days: Pictures submitted

His epic football career saw him turn out more than 1,100 times for his club, in three decades, never once picking up a booking or - perhaps more amazingly - an injury.

Conor Marshall, right, in action during the game at Barwell where his season came to an end. Picture: LINDSEY PARNABY/FOCUS IMAGES

King’s Lynn Town have been rocked by the news that Conor Marshall’s season is over.

King's Lynn Town's U18's have linked up with RAF Marham. Pictured are back row (from left) Paul Bland, Flt Lt Charlie Hatch, Sgt Matt Scott and Buster Chapman. Kneeling are (L) Linnets boss Gary Setchell and Dylan Edge. Picture: Ian Burt

They are two of the biggest names in west Norfolk.

King's Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell.

Gary Setchell’s King’s Lynn Town endured another fruitless trip to Dorset as they went down to defeat at the Avenue Stadium in Dorchester.

Ryan Fryatt, left, is banned for Lynn's latest Southern League test. Picture: MICHAEL SEDGWICK/FOCUS IMAGES

A 480-mile round trip to Dorchester is no skin off Gary Setchell’s nose.

Gary Setchell and his Kings Lynn team made a wasted trip to St Ives last night. Picture: FOCUS IMAGES

King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell has spoken of his frustration after his side’s Southern League Premier Division clash at Cambridge City was postponed minutes before kick-off last night.

Match-winner Liam Hurst, right, in action against Cambridge City at The Walks in August. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

King’s Lynn Town will be looking to record another so-called derby double when they take on Cambridge City this evening.

Lynn's Jack Frohawk. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town Reserves moved into the last eight of the Norfolk Senior Cup with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Downham Town at The Walks last night.

Lowestoft Town, blue, are not in action this evening. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

The third of five scheduled matches involving our area’s semi-professional clubs this evening has been called off.

The Planters are our area's only remaining side in the FA Vase after Gorleston, green, and Kirkley & Pakefield exited the competition on Saturday. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

Norwich United will make a second attempt at staging their FA Vase clash against Hullbridge Sports this evening.

FA Trophy action from King's Lynn Town v Belper Town at the Walks - Lee Stevenson after the ball. Picture: Matthew Usher.

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Lee Stevenson scored a hat-trick for King's Lynn Town at Bideford. 
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King’s Lynn Town showed their play-off credentials as they ended Bideford’s seven-game unbeaten run in emphatic style.

Sam Gaughran, right, scored Lynn's goal during their defeat last time out against Nantwich. Pictures: MICHAEL SEDGWICK/FOCUS IMAGES

King’s Lynn Town begin a daunting spell of travelling by taking on the longest possible journey at Step Three of the non-league ladder.

Michael Clunan shows his frustration after missing a chance for King's Lynn at Nantwich. Picture: Michael Sedgwick/Focus Images Ltd

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Dylan Edge opened his senior account for King's Lynn Town this evening. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Lynn blew a two-goal half-time lead before exiting the Red Insure (League) Cup on penalties, writes Gavin Caney.

Jacek Zielonka is likely to feature for King's Lynn against Histon in the Red Insure Cup. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town’s fringe players are being urged to use the League Cup to play their way into FA Trophy contention.

Lynn's Sam Mulready. Picture: Ian Burt

Gary Setchell believes King’s Lynn Town deserved their slice of late luck that denied the visitors a point in Norfolk.

Matt Castellan celebrates his winner. Picture: Ian Burt

Defender Matty Castellan’s first Lynn goal secured three hard-earned points against the Rebels.

Sam Gaughran (left) is expected to return for King's Lynn Town today. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Gary Setchell looks set to pull his young guns out of the fire as King’s Lynn Town welcome back some defensive reinforcements.

Gary Setchell could wear a big smile at the final whistle last night. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Gary Setchell is hoping a five-star FA Trophy showing can help King’s Lynn Town release their attacking shackles.

FA Trophy action from King's Lynn Town v Belper Town at the Walks - Liam Hurst, left, celebrates his goal. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Keith Chapman’s football club pocketed £2,700 on the night he banked a key role at the head of British speedway.

Ryan Fryatt, middle, has become a key figure at King's Lynn Town. Picture: IAN BURT

Gary Setchell believes in-form Ryan Fryatt will continue to keep proving his King’s Lynn Town doubters wrong.

Michael Clunan, right, and his Lynn team-mates were in today's FA Trophy draw. Picture: IAN BURT

King’s Lynn Town now know who awaits them if they beat Belper Town at The Walks tomorrow night.

King's Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell has to prepare his team for an FA Trophy replay. Picture: Ian Burt

Gary Setchell was left to rue his team’s missed chances as the Linnets earned themselves a deserved replay.

Lee Stevenson scored Lynn's winner late on. Picture: Ian Burt

Gary Setchell threw his youngsters in at the deep end and watched proudly as they sunk the Waders with some help from an old head, writes Gavin Caney.

Jordan Yong is one of a string of Linnets absentees for this evening's home Southern League fixture against Biggleswade Town. Picture: IAN BURT

Gary Setchell concedes his hands will be tied when leading King’s Lynn Town into their latest Southern League battle.

Lynn's Kern Miller, right, limped off at Weymouth. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town fell to their sixth defeat on their travels in the Southern League Premier Division this term as goals from Weymouth’s Stewart Yetton and Jordan Copp settled a tight game.

Ryan Fryatt scored the winner for King's Lynn at Histon in midweek. 
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Gary Setchell believes his King’s Lynn Town side are on the verge of giving one of their rivals a ‘hiding’ – if they can just find their shooting boots.

Ryan Fryatt, middle, has become a key figure at King's Lynn Town. Picture: IAN BURT

Defender Ryan Fryatt was the late hero as King’s Lynn Town picked up their second Southern Premier League away win of the season.

King's Lynn's manager Gary Setchell. Picture by Lindsey Parnaby/Focus Images Ltd

King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell insists his shot-shy Linnets will “catch fire” ahead of their Southern Premier League clash at Histon tonight.

Second half substitute Dylan Edge jumps with Leamington's Tony Breeden. Picture: Ian Burt

The Linnets failed to claim another notable scalp as the league-leaders became the first side to win at The Walks in eight matches.

King's Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell is hoping recent goals will bring out the best in loan signing Jack Friend. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Gary Setchell is backing his King’s Lynn Town troops to deliver the goods against the league leaders.

King's Lynn Town youth and reserve team talent Dylan Edge signs a contract with the club. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Goal-mad Dylan Edge celebrated committing his immediate future to King’s Lynn Town by smashing in his second double hat-trick of the season last night.

Jack Friend, right, got off the mark for the Linnets last night. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Jack Friend scored his first goals for King’s Lynn Town as they won 3-1 at Barton Rovers last night to make progress in the Southern League Red Insure Cup.

Lynn were left on their knees by Barwell's late FA Cup winner on Saturday. Picture: LINDSEY PARNABY/FOCUS IMAGES

King’s Lynn Town will try to pick themselves up from their FA Cup heartbreak at Barton Rovers this evening.

King's Lynn's manager Gary Setchell shows dejection as Barwell celebrate their late winning goal during the FA Cup third round qualifying match at Kirkby Road Sports Ground, Barwell
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King’s Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell admitted that the FA Cup defeat had left him at one of his lowest points in his time at the club, writes Mark Hearle.

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