Fresh from a memorable win over Darlington on New Year’s Day, Moors make the long trip to The Walks Stadium for the first time to face league leaders King’s Lynn Town.
With five minutes remaining at The Brewery Field it looked as though Moors would have to settle for a point having missed a host of chances in the second half. But a superb goal from Ben McKenna and a tap-in from Adam Boyes sealed a vital victory in the play-off race.
The hectic schedule continues with the toughest possible assignment in terms of form and league position. King’s Lynn are in imperious form, sitting four points above York City, albeit having played a game more. They last tasted defeat in the National League North 12 games ago at the end of September against The Minstermen.
The Linnets have scored 52 goals in the league this season, eight more than the 44 Chester and Brackley have netted. In Adam Marriott (23) and Michael Gash (10), they boast two lethal strikers, with Marriott comfortably topping the goalscoring charts.
It’s a first ever trip to The Walks Stadium for Jason Ainsley and Spennymoor, with the chance of reaching 40 points the prize for three points, however, any slip up could be capitalised upon by the chasing pack below, clustered together in a congested play-off race.
0 Glen Taylor is three goals away from reaching a century of strikes for the club 15 Combined total number of points King’s Lynn and Spennymoor have won over the last fifteen rounds of league fixtures
Adults: £15 (terrace), £17 seat
Concessions: £13 (terrace) £15 seat
16-17yrs and students: £9 terrace, £11 seat
Under 16’s: £2 (terrace or seat)
The main grandstand at the Walks Stadium is the hub of the football club and features:
Fully stocked bar
Located on the opposite side of the pitch is a covered standing area for supporters.
Ground address: The Walks Stadium, Tennyson Road, King’s Lynn PE30 5PB
Plenty of street parking near to ground, otherwise town centre car parks are a short walk. The nearest town centre car park is St James Multi Storey (PE30 1BT).
Arriving By Train?
King’s Lynn train station is a 5 minute walk from the ground. Trains are once an hour to Ely, Cambridge and London King’s Cross.
Directions – turn left out of the station and then left into the park (St John’s Church on your right). After about 200 yards you will see the ground to your right across the park.
For those who buy tickets online you do not need to go to the ticket office on arrival, just show your printed ticket or ticket on your phone at the turnstile to enter.
The Ticket office is located at one end of the main stand, near Tennyson Road and the away coaches car park.
Toilet blocks can be found at each end of the main stand. Disabled toilets are available at the block nearest the entrance gate. Mens, Ladies & Disabled toilets can also be found in the bar.
The club shop is located inside the cafe and sells the usual array of club merchandise along with matchday programmes.
The ground has both a cafe and bar. The cafe serves hot/cold drinks along with cans of alcohol. The bar serves both draft/canned alcohol and soft drinks which can be taken outside (except FA Cup & FA Trophy games). There is also a tea hut by the entrance to the main bar.
The BBQ/hot food area is at the far side of the stand when you enter the ground.
Both the cafe and bar have BT Sport.