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King's Lynn Town denied big three points at Dagenham and Redbridge

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King's Lynn Town National League survival hopes suffered a late blow as they were held to a 1-1 draw by play-off hopefuls Dagenham and Redbridge at Victoria Park.

Lynn looked to be heading for a big three points thanks to Josh Coulson's first half header, before Paul McCallum netted an equaliser for the hosts deep in injury time.

It was cruel on Lynn after another stubborn and battling display on the road.

Defender Josh Coulson. (55423124)
Defender Josh Coulson. (55423124)

With Aldershot losing 2-1 at Solihull, Lynn now find themselves seven points behind the Shots with three games left to play.

The Linnets are next in action when they entertain Eastleigh at The Walks on Saturday.

Dagenham and Redbridge: Justham, Wright, Onariase, Johnson, Ling (Walker 61), Sagaf (Hare 86), Comley, Robinson, Vilhete, McCallum, Morias. Subs: Rance, Wilson, Zouma.

Scorer: McCallum 90+5.

King's Lynn Town: P. Jones, Denton, Clunan, Hickman, Omotayo, Widdrington (Charles 98), A. Jones, Sundire, Barrows, Scott (Fernandez 81), Coulson. Subs (not used): Iontton, Kurran-Browne, Walker.

Booked: P Jones, Widdrington, Barrows, Fernandez.

Scorer: Coulson 13.

Attendance: 1,457 (62 Linnets).

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