Ian Culverhouse praised his side’s mentality ahead of Monday afternoon’s final home league game of the campaign against Needham Market (3pm,).
King’s Lynn Town have secured a play-off spot after a 2-1 home win over Tamworth, but are now chasing second place to gain the most advantageous home advantage – Chris Lakey reports from The Walks
King’s Lynn Town guaranteed their place in the Southern Premier Central end-of-season play-offs – although they made hard work of clinching three points with a 2-1 home win over Tamworth.
King’s Lynn Town can put their name in the play-off draw on Saturday afternoon when Tamworth head to west Norfolk.
Play-off hopefuls King’s Lynn were denied by an outstanding goalkeeping display from Jack Harding as they went down 2-0 away to Banbury.
It wasn’t long ago that Ian Culverhouse’s only target for the season was for King’s Lynn Town to finish in a play-off position.
Ian Culverhouse paid tribute to his own Super Marriott as King’s Lynn Town cruised to a 3-0 home victory over Halesowen.
Adam Marriott cracked the 20-goal barrier as King’s Lynn Town cruised to a 3-0 Southern Premier Central victory over Halesowen Town at The Walks.
Ian Culverhouse is letting his team do the talking as King’s Lynn Town push to leave a pair of play-off stragglers behind and edge closer to secure their own place in the end-of-season ‘extras’.
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