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King's Lynn management team on a scouting mission; Heacham maintain 100 per cent start; Fakenham draw while Swaffham and Downham Town lose




King's Lynn Town were without a game in the National League – but it didn't stop their management team going on a scouting mission this afternoon.

Manager Ian Culverhouse and his assistant Paul Bastock were spotted taking in the FA Cup clash between Boston United – one of Bastock's former clubs – and Corby Town at The Jakemans Community Stadium.

And the duo witnessed plenty of goals as the Pilgrims ran riot against the Steelmen, who are managed by former Linnets boss Gary Mills, in a 6-0 rout.

King's Lynn Town's management team of Ian Culverhouse and Paul Bastock look on from the bench. Picture: Tim Smith (50723328)
King's Lynn Town's management team of Ian Culverhouse and Paul Bastock look on from the bench. Picture: Tim Smith (50723328)

Elsewhere locally, Fakenham Town let a two-goal lead slip against Lakenheath in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division.

Goals from Louis Henman-Mason and Ash Jarvis gave the Ghosts a 2-0 lead at the Daly Group Stadium as the home side looked set for their third league win of the season.

But Lakenheath reduced the arrears before half-time before levelling matters on the hour-mark.

Swaffham Town were still left looking for their first points of the campaign after high-flying Woodbridge Town hit six goals without reply against the Pedlars who ended the game with ten men.

In the First Division North, Downham Town were edged out 1-0 by league leaders Harleston Town at the Memorial Field.

A rampant Heacham outfit made it six wins from as many games in the Anglian Combination Premier Division.

Facing a tough assignment on their travels, the Magpies took control after a goalless first half.

A John Flanagan double and Sam Lammiman goal saw the visitors run out comfortable 3-0 winners to maintain their 100 per cent to the new season.



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