Ian Culverhouse shouldered the blame for King’s Lynn Ton’s fourth consecutive defeat in the National League.
Three goals in a crazy seven-minute spell ended King’s Lynn Town’s hopes of a much-needed win as they lost 3-2 at home to Wealdstone.
Paul Bastock has welcomed the input of two off-field ‘players’ who have helped take his eyes away from YouTube.
King’s Lynn Town have drawn Port Vale away in the first round of the FA Cup.
It has been a good time for my friends.
There’s simply no stopping Norwich United, who have opened a five-point gap at the top of the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division.
King’s Lynn Town go into the hat for the first round of the FA Cup on Monday night - with the prospect of a mouth-watering tie against League One or Two opposition.
Non league football is, like many other areas, counting the financial cost of Covid - Linnets owner Stephen Cleeve is keen to see a fair distribution of funds that are being made available
Ian Culverhouse will take the opportunity to bed in two new players – with an unexpected spare Saturday afternoon - Chris Lakey spoke to the new arrivals
Ryan Hawkins has left King’s Lynn Town.
Earlier this week, we at Sportlink in association with Athletics Norfolk launched a project which I really am so very excited about, the Sportlink Mile - Virtual SMile Challenge.
Norwich United striker Natty Stewart talks to Mark Armstrong about no regrets with King’s Lynn and how he’s thriving under the pressure of leading the line at Plantation Park so far this season
Lowestoft Town FC manager Jamie Godbold has called on his players to approach the next match “with confidence” as they look to continue their unbeaten run at home in the league.
‘Uncoachable’ - that’s how Neil Featherby described me in the run-up to the Blickling Half Marathon last weekend.
Linnets boss Ian Culverhouse can examine the minutiae of a game, thanks to some snazzy technology and the addition of a couple of staff with the expertise to present it all.
King’s Lynn Town have been given a bye into the first round of the FA Cup after their big game this weekend was cancelled.
King’s Lynn Town have announced two new signings.
If it is excitement and goals you want, Walmer Road is the place to be after last Saturday saw the second 4-3 win for Kirkley & Pakefield FC in a week – bringing a total of 20 goals scored there in their last three home matches.
The Black Dogs were beaten 3-0 by one of the favourites for promotion at Aylsham on Saturday – but they will rue several good chances they created in the second half which they were unable to take.
A keen rider who faced “terrible” pain after her damaged hip gave way is back in the saddle again – thanks to specialist surgery.
Ian Culverhouse has been hit by more selection problems ahead of one of King’s Lynn Town’s biggest matches in recent years.
The gossip the last few days has been about the demise of the Angler’s Mail, one of the two big national fishing papers.