Revan scores again as Linnets hit back to take point

Lynn's Dylan Edge. Picture: Ian Burt

Lynn's Dylan Edge. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Ian Burt

King's Lynn Town 1 Kings Langley 1

Wideman Kurtis Revan was on target for the second successive game as King's Lynn came from behind to claim a share of the spoils.

Josh Chamberlain took advantage of a disjointed first half showing from the hosts to give Kings Langley the lead before Revan redressed the balance 20 minutes into the second half.

Lynn's starting line-up showed one change from Saturday with Liam Fryatt coming into the side at the expense of the injured Lee Stevenson.

An early chance for the visitors, who have made a solid start to life in the Southern Premier League, saw Lewis Toomey poke wide after eight minutes. Lynn made a subdued start and looked a shadow of the side that thumped Chippenham at the weekend, but should have taken the lead 20 minutes in when Michael Clunan blazed over the woodwork from just inside the box. Lynn had Dan Quigley to thank ten minutes before the interval when the midfielder's last-ditch intervention denied Ryan Plowright a shot on target. But Quigley went from hero to zero two minutes later when he was caught in possession and Josh Chamberlain fired the visitors ahead.


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Lynn almost found an immediate response with Zacek Zielonka's stinging effort forcing Kings Langley goalkeeper Danny Bowness into a brilliant save down to his left.

The Walks outfit improved dramatically after the break but their equaliser still arrived out the blue when Revan fired home into the bottom corner following a throw-in from Jordan Yong. The leveller gave Lynn the belief they had so been lacking in the first half and six minutes from time Zielonka showed good strength, only to be foiled by Bowness as the hosts surged forward in search of a winner. In the dying seconds, Quigley saw his effort well saved before the rebound from Matt Castellan was scrambled away for a corner, from which Sam Gaughran headed wide.

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