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King's Lynn suffer another home postponement in the National League



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King's Lynn Town were left without a home game for a second successive time following the postponement of their National League fixture at home to Woking this afternoon.

The game was called off by the match referee at 1.45pm after the pitch covers – which were put on late yesterday afternoon – were removed at 1pm.

Heavy rain all morning put paid to any chances of the game going ahead, despite the majority of the surface being covered.

Water is brushed from the covers. Picture: Tim Smith (54150109)
Water is brushed from the covers. Picture: Tim Smith (54150109)

The postponement comes as a bitter blow to the club and its finances.

Club officials and match officials discuss the conditions. Picture: Tim Smith. (54150111)
Club officials and match officials discuss the conditions. Picture: Tim Smith. (54150111)

Lynn's home game against Notts County, which has been rearranged for Tuesday night, suffered the same fate on Boxing Day.

The covers come off. Picture: Tim Smith (54150113)
The covers come off. Picture: Tim Smith (54150113)
Water is removed from the covers before they come off. Picture: Tim Smith. (54150115)
Water is removed from the covers before they come off. Picture: Tim Smith. (54150115)
The covers come off at a soggy Walks. Picture: Tim Smith. (54150117)
The covers come off at a soggy Walks. Picture: Tim Smith. (54150117)
It was another ashout at The Walks this afternoon. Picture: Tim Smith. (54150119)
It was another ashout at The Walks this afternoon. Picture: Tim Smith. (54150119)


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