Linnets defender and local lad Ryan Fryatt had more than one reason to celebrate after Tuesday's victory against Biggleswade Town.
Fryatt who's assist led to Lynn's opening goal on Tuesday night celebrated his 250th appearance for the club.
The 23 year olds Linnets career began when the new club formed under the guidance of Gary Setchell, Fryatt in fact is now the 2nd highest appearing King's Lynn Town player that remains at the club since it reformed alongside goalkeeper Alex Street.
Ryan spoke to www.Kltown.co.uk and had this to say.
"As a local lad there's no better feeling than playing for your home town, To make 250 appearances is an honour and I'm thankful to the people at the football club for sticking by me.
"I've had plenty of highs and lows during my career, Everybody talks about the Tuesday night when we won the league against Sheffield, That was special as nobody gave us a hope with Coalville being so far in front and pipping them to the post was incredible, The atmosphere and celebrations that night will stick in my memory forever.
"Another highlight of mine was just last season was scoring against Fakenham in the Norfolk Senior Cup Final at Carrow Road, Its always nice to score but scoring in a cup final that contributed to a win was a great feeling.