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Lynn's Lee Stevenson was on target  at Hayes & Yeading. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town are back on their travels tonight, buoyed by a weekend victory that took their unbeaten run to seven games.

King's Lynn Town's Ryan Hawkins is now on the road to recovery.    Picture: Matthew Usher.

King’s Lynn Town are preparing for a testing double header, with two away games coming up in the space of three days.

Norfolk Senior Cup Quarter Final. King's Lynn town v Wroxham. Tom Ward (5) scored Lynn's late winner. Picture: Ian Burt

An injury-time winner from Tom Ward broke Wroxham hearts as King’s Lynn Town came from behind to book their place in the last four of the Norfolk Senior Cup.

Ryan Hawkins suffered a badly cut shin during the Linnets game at Cirencester.

A serious leg injury to King’s Lynn Town’s Ryan Hawkins overshadowed their 1-1 draw at a wintry Corinium Stadium.

Gary Setchell takes his King's Lynn team to Cirencester today. Picture: Ian Burt

Gary Setchell is delighted with the way his side have performed against the big guns of the Evostik Southern Premier Division in recent weeks - and now he wants to see them matching that against the lesser lights.

King's Lynn Town and Wroxham have had their midweek matches postponed due to the weather.

Wroxham’s Ryman League Division One North clash at Brentwood Town on Tuesday evening has been postponed.

King's Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell.

King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell has demanded his side put St Neots “to the sword” this evening at The Walks, kick-off 7.45pm.

King's Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell.

Comparisons could easily be drawn between King’s Lynn Town’s inconsistent season and an end-of-term school report.

Sam Warburton was among the goals for King's Lynn Town.    Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn manager Gary Setchell has set his sights on a second memorable win against a promotion-chasing side in the space of five days.

Sam Warburton was among the goals for King's Lynn Town.    Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town cruised to their first win since New Year’s Day after a first-half hat-trick from Sam Warburton crushed Slough Town at The Walks.

Lynn boss Gary Setchell. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town are looking to halt a five-match winless streak this evening when they entertain Slough Town.

Shaun McWilliams struck a late equaliser for King's Lynn at King's Langley.

Shaun McWilliams struck 13 minutes from time to preserve a point for King’s Lynn at King’s Langley.

Gary Setchell is feeling the heat in the King's Lynn Town hot seat. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

King’s Lynn Town break new ground when they travel to Hertfordshire to take on minnows Kings Langley in the Evostik Southern Premier League.

Lynn's Lee Stevenson inside the Biggleswade penalty area. Picture: Ian Burt

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King's Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell.

He predicted that Weymouth were shaping up to give someone a thrashing – but little did King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell expect his side to be on the receiving end.

Dom Dwyer in Sporting Kansas City action. Picture: MIKE GUNNOE

Norfolk-raised Dom Dwyer is edging closer to a call-up to the United States national team.

Leon Mettam challenges the Biggleswade 'keeper. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town’s hopes of making a late charge towards the play-offs suffered a huge blow after they suffered a second defeat in the space of a few days.

King's Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell and Lee Stevenson.

Lee Stevenson’s late goal proved nothing more than a consolation as King’s Lynn Town’s nine-match unbeaten run in the league came to an end.

King's Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell.

Crestfallen manager Gary Setchell tried to focus on the positives after King’s Lynn’s last-ditch heartache at Redditch.

King's Lynn manager Gary Setchell.

King’s Lynn Town will be aiming to build on a late slice of good fortune in their previous match when they travel to the Midlands to take on Redditch this afternoon.

King’s Lynn Town will be looking to get the new year off to the perfect start when they face St Ives in the Evo-stik Southern Premier Division today (3pm).

King's Lynn Town's new signing Tom Ward was on target on his debut. Picture: Tim Smith

Tom Ward marked his debut for King’s Lynn Town by heading home the equaliser as they extended their unbeaten run in the Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division to seven games.

King's Lynn Town's Dan Quigley.

Dan Quigley should be back in action for King’s Lynn Town soon after explaining his non-appearance for the recent home match with Dorchester to boss Gary Setchell.

King's Lynn Town have unveiled new signings Sam Warburton, left, and Tom Ward. Picture: Tim Smith

Two Christmas presents have been unwrapped early at King’s Lynn Town.

King's Lynn Town's Dan Quigley.

King’s Lynn squandered a two-goal lead in dense fog at The Walks, but the only matter which remained unclear was the future of Dan Quigley.

Leon Mettam returned to action in midweek for King's Lynn Town. Picture: Ian Burt

The Linnets return to play at The Walks for the first time this month when mid-table rivals Dorchester arrive in town for Southern Premier Division action (3pm).

Shaun McWilliams struck a late equaliser for King's Lynn at King's Langley.

Goals from Lee Stevenson and Shaun McWilliams saw King’s Lynn bounce straight back from their FA Vase elimination.

King's Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell during the first round FA Trophy match at Gateshead International Stadium, Gateshead. 
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A hugely disappointed Gary Setchell insisted that his team must now use the momentum generated by their FA Trophy run to push on in their quest for Southern League success this season.

Dan Hanford (red top) of Gateshead FC stops a low cross during the first round FA Trophy match at Gateshead International Stadium, Gateshead
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Unfortunately not all fairy stories come true and so it was proved as King’s Lynn Town exited this season’s FA Trophy competition despite a fighting display in the North East.

Kings Lynn Town defender Sam Gaughran has recently take on the role of first team coach at The Walks. Picture: MATTHEW USHER/FOCUS IMAGES

King’s Lynn Town are yet to taste defeat since manager Gary Setchell refreshed his coaching team and they will be hoping that continues ahead of their “massive” FA Trophy tie at Gateshead this afternoon.

King's Lynn Town's new assistant manager, Lee Stevenson.

Lee Stevenson’s appointment as assistant manager at King’s Lynn Town now sees the Linnets with their own SAS team tasked with moving Town up the Southern Premier Division.

Kings Lynn Town chairman Stephen Cleeve, left, welcomes Ray Hall to The Walks. Photo: MATTHEW USHER

The addition of former Everton academy stalwart Ray Hall is the latest sign of King’s Lynn Town’s growing ambition, believes chairman Stephen Cleeve.

King's Lynn Town have announced Ray Hall has joined their staff at The Walks. Picture: Matthew Usher.

He helped Premier League club Everton nurture talents including Wayne Rooney and Ross Barkley – but now Ray Hall wants to help King’s Lynn Town to become a non-league powerhouse.

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

King’s Lynn Town have been given a tough away draw in the next round of the FA Trophy.

Action from King's Lynn Town v St Ives at The Walks in the FA Trophy - The Lynn Players celebrate their win after the final whistle to go into the FA Trophy first round. Picture: Matthew Usher.

One piece of quality and another clean sheet paved the way for King’s Lynn Town’s passage into the first round proper of the FA Trophy.

King's Lynn Town have signed Ryan Hawkins. Also pictured is boss Gary Setchell. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town are hoping for their biggest crowd of the season today, with the feel-good factor rapidly returning to The Walks.

Lynn's Kurtis Revan. Picture: Ian Burt

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Action from King's Lynn Town's recent Southern Premier League clash against Cinderford Town.

King’s Lynn Town have been reported to the Football Association after flares were set off by supporters at their recent FA Trophy win at Buxton.

King's Lynn Town winger Ryan Hawkins.

If first impressions count for anything then the signing of Ryan Hawkins could well prove to be one of King’s Lynn Town’s shrewdest investments for some time.

King's Lynn Town's new signing, Ryan Hawkins. Picture: Ian Burt

New signing Ryan Hawkins goes straight into King’s Lynn’s squad as they seek to extend their run of form.

Ryan Hawkins during his time with Dereham. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town are closing on the signing of former Dereham Town winger Ryan Hawkins.

Gorleston (green) v Northampton Sileby Rangers in the second round of the FA Vase. Alex Kounnas scoring Gorleston's first goal. 
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King’s Lynn Town and Gorleston have both been handed home ties in this afternoon’s draws for the next rounds of the FA Trophy and FA Vase.

King's Lynn Town midfielder Michael Clunan is suspended for the visit of Cinderford. Picture: Ian Burt

Bottom-of-the-table Cinderford Town head to The Walks today looking to pick up their first away point of the season.

King's Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell.

King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell believes this FA Trophy triumph can help kickstart his side’s season.

King's Lynn Town's Lee Stevenson.

The Linnets will look to end a frustrating month on a high when they travel to Stourbridge in first round qualifying of the FA Trophy (3pm) – but have been handed a double injury blow ahead of the trip.

King's Lynn Town's new assistant manager, Lee Stevenson.

Lee Stevenson’s third goal of the season ensured a fourth draw in five games for King’s Lynn Town at Stratford Town’s DCS Stadium.

King's Lynn manager Gary Setchell.

Gary Setchell has received a double boost ahead of the trip to Stratford.

King's Lynn manager Gary Setchell and outgoing assistant Gary Mills, right. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town have been dealt a huge blow by trusted player-assistant boss Gary Mills departing the club to become the new manager of Corby Town.

King's Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell. Picture: Ian Burt

Gary Setchell admitted King’s Lynn Town’s confidence is low after dropping more points at home.

Leon Mettam scored twice for King's Lynn against Hayes & Yeading. Picture: Ian Burt

Gary Setchell is close to becoming King’s Lynn Town’s longest-serving manager, but perhaps his true test is just about to begin.

The Linnets have unexpected home advantage this afternoon after Hayes & Yeading agreed to switch the Southern Premier Division fixture to The Walks.

King’s Lynn put up a brave fight against promotion hopefuls Leamington but were eventually outdone by three second half goals as they fell to a fifth defeat of the season.

King's Lynn Town striker Leon Mettam.

King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell admits he is still on the lookout for a striker to get the best out of Leon Mettam.

King's Lynn manager Gary Setchell.

King’s Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell refused to use the serious head injury suffered by Matty Castellan as an excuse for his side’s poor showing in a 1-1 draw at home to Cirencester.

Matty Castellan is recovering from a head injury at Hinchingbrooke hospital. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town defender Matty Castellan is making “excellent progress” after being knocked unconscious during the Linnets’ League Cup tie at St Ives.

Gary Setchell during the game against Alfreton. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell conceded that failures in both boxes cost the club a place in the fourth qualifying round of this season’s FA Cup.

King's Lynn's Toby Hilliard, left, in action against Alfreton. Picture: Ian Burt.

Patched-up, depleted, injury-stricken, threadbare – call them what you like, but the Linnets gave Alfreton one almighty scare on Saturday.

Lynn's Kurtis Revan. Picture: Ian Burt

Gary Setchell admits King’s Lynn Town will have to deliver their best display of the season if they want to cause an FA Cup upset.

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