FOOTBALL: Dan Quigley’s goal earned King’s Lynn Town victory at Witton Albion on Tuesday and eased fears of being dragged into a relegation battle in the Evo-Stik League Premier Division.

It was the Linnets’ first away clean sheet of the season and came three days after a spirited 1-1 draw against Ashton United.

Quigley struck the only goal of the game when he finished from substitute Jacek Zielonka’s cross in the 71st minute but the win was marred by a red card for striker Sam Mulready, after a punch on home keeper Andy Robertson.

It was Alex Street that manager Gary Setchell was hailing the hero. On numerous occasions the goalkeeper kept the home side at bay, including a triple save to deny Danny Andrews and Jamie Rainford.

New signing Zielonka was the home hero on Saturday when he grabbed a 90th-minute equaliser at The Walks.

Ashton had taken the lead when Chris Baguley’s 30-yard free-kick took a wicked bounce.

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Pictured: Your Local Paper and Jeremy Allen sponsored Saturday’s Linnets game. Pictured receiving his man of the match award from YLP’s Alan Taylor, Mike Brannon and Jeremy Allen is home captain David Bridges