FOOTBALL: Gary Setchell’s half-time words of wisdom again proved crucial as King’s Lynn Town turned things around to win 4-1 at Worksop Town on Wednesday evening.

The Linnets had trailed to James Cottingham’s 25-yard cracker but manager Setchell inspired his troops.

Shane Tolley volleyed home George Thomson’s corner and then Ryan Fryatt powered home a bullet header from the same source. Lynn then introduced Rob Duffy into the fray and he showed his quality straight away.

He was brought down in the box and despatched the resultant penalty and then wrapped up things with a fourth goal.

Setchell said “We looked stronger and fitter than Worksop and ran them into the ground in the second half. It was a magnificent team performance.”

Duffy had scored on his debut as the Linnets beat Droylsden 2-1 on Saturday. He came off the bench to grab the winner after the visitors had looked to be heading home with a point.

Lynn had taken the lead when Thomson’s cross was headed home by Phil Gulliver but Dylan Moloney levelled.

Setchell said: “I can’t be happy with the way we played, a lot of the time we looked second best in our energy levels.”

But he had praise for match winner Duffy, saying: “He’s only 25-30 per cent fit but he’s a man mountain, a real handful.”