Farsley Celtic 1 King's Lynn Town 2
King’s Lynn Town stretched their unbeaten run to six matches after running out 2-1 winners in sweltering heat at The Citadel.
Two of the league's new sides put on an excellent and hard-fought display for the Bank Holiday crowd.
Mistakes at the back saw the Linnets take a 2-0 lead into the interval as Alfie Payne and Michael Gash struck and, despite Will Hayhurst’s second-half penalty, Lynn held on for another big three points.
Ian Culverhouse's side took the lead despite the best efforts of home shotstopper Elliot Wynne.
Adam Marriott played an excellent ball through to Sam Kelly who was denied one-on-one by Wynne.
Farsley defendert Ben Atkinson failed to clear his lines and Alfie Payne slotted home after being found by a delightful pass from Lynn skipper Michael Clunan.
Just five minutes later the Linnets doubled their lead, as Michael Gash curled home from the edge of the box for his fifth goal of the campaign.
The hosts found a way back into the game after an hour,Dave Syers starting a quick counter before he was fouled just inside the box and Will Hayhurst converted the spot-kick by tucking the ball under the despairing dive of Alex Street.