MATCHDAY RECAP: King’s Lynn Town 3 Blyth Spartans 0 - Cully’s table toppers get the better of ex-City assistant boss Lee Clark

King's Lynn Town v Blyth Spartans Picture: Chris Lakey

King's Lynn Town v Blyth Spartans Picture: Chris Lakey


King’s Lynn Town cruised to a 3-0 National League North against Blyth Spartans at The Walks to stay top.

The Linnets went into the game a point clear of York City, who were held to a draw at Hereford in midweek, with Yorkt ravelling to Kettering on Saturday.

Blyth Spartans, managed by former Norwich City assistant manager Lee Clark, have had a tough time of it this season and are currently second from bottom of the table, although they received a welcome boost in midweek with a 3-1 FA Trophy win away to Alfreton.

- Recap all the action and reaction from Chris Lakey at The Walks in our matchday blog

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