Frome Town Kings Lynn Officials xx xx xx Match Sponsor xx Ball Sponsor xx Saturday December 12th  2015 Kings Lynn Away Saturday 12th  December 2015 Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division Kings Lynn 1 Frome Town 0 Frome Scorers: None Kings Lynn Scorers: Edge (81) Crowd: 376 Star Man: Darren Chitty Entertainment Value: 3/5 After a good first half for Frome and a goal disallowed for offside, Kings Lynn were the better side in the second half and a goal from 17 year old substitute Dylan Edge in the 81st minute wrapped up all three points for the hosts. Frome were first to show in this match and a raking pass from Ricky Hulbert allowed James Fitzgibbon to get in behind Jordan Yong, only for the host’s keeper Alex Street to come to their rescue by narrowing the angle and and blocking the half volley with his body. After home defender Kern Miller had denied Jake Jackson in a crowded penalty area, Kings Lynn had their first sight of goal in the 17th as Jordy Nkunga slipped in the centre allowing  Jacek Zielonka to cut in from the the right but his shot cleared the far post. Frome continued to make most of the attacking moves as the half wore on, and a delightful one-two between Jon Davies and Hulbert saw the latter burst into the box and pick out Mitchell Page who slammed the ball home only for his celebrations to be cut short by an offside flag. After Liam Hurst had stung Chitty’s fingers with a drive from distance, good work from Fitzgerald allowed Nkunga to stride forward and set Davies free, only for Street to come quickly out of his goal and block the shot with his legs. After a good first half from Frome had seen them ahead on chances created, the second half started with Kings Lynn’s David Bridges charging into the Frome area but hitting his wild shot way off target, and a few moments later Davies also missed by a long way after Jackson and Page had combined well to set up a shooting opportunity. The 58th minute saw Frome go close again as a Davies corner was powerfully met by Nathan Summers but his header cleared the bar with Street well beaten and breathing a sigh of relief, but from that moment on, Kings Lynn seemed to move onto the front foot and Chitty was called on to make a string of fine saves. First he did well to save from Michael Clunan after a free kick had deflected invitingly into his path, a minute later he saved with his feet from Lee Stevenson and as the pressure threatened to tell, Rob Hobbs headed off his own line with Connor Roberts just able to hack the ball clear. With the play all going the wrong way for Frome now, the 80th minute saw another great Chitty save at full stretch to deny Ryan Fryatt, but he could do nothing a minute later to prevent substitute 17 year old substitute Dylan Edge from firing home on the turn after Lee Stevenson’s powerful surge into the box.  After a late challenge on a prostrate Chitty that earned a home player a yellow card, Frome could not produce a late equaliser and the long home trip beckoned. Darren Chitty was awarded the H&B Tyres Man of the Match Award on a disappointing day for Frome in their first ever league game on England’s east coast. Programme Sponsor xx