King's Lynn Town 2 St Ives Town 0
Ian Culverhouse's first game back in the home dugout yielded three points as King's Lynn Town extended their unbeaten league run to seven matches.
Both goals came in the second half as the Linnets saw off a plucky Saints outfit to move up to eighth in the league table.
After an excellent start from the visitors, Lynn gradually grew into the game but were unable to make the most of some excellent Ryan Hawkins deliveries in a goalless first period.
Lynn were forced into a change at the start of the second period as Aaron Jones, who played through the pain-barrier in the first 45 minutes, was replaced by Jordan Richards.
The deadlock was finally broken nine minutes into the second half from a move that was started by a long throw by goalkeeper Alex Street.
Street's ball found Henderson and the move continued with Michael Clunan finding Frazer Blake-Tracy who crossed for Craig Parker to smash home at the far post.
Chris Henderson headed a glorious over the woodwork six minutes later but soon made amends when he glanced home a delightful centre from Richards out on the right.
Further chances fell the way of Adam Marriott and Harry Limb in the final 20 minutes as the visiting Saints slumped to an eighth successive defeat in all competitions.