King's Lynn Town F.C 3-2 Newcastle Town
King's Lynn have taken their winning run to six after scrapping through a tough game against Newcastle Town.
The Linnets went into the game as heavy favourites, considering their far superior form and league position but you could have been fooled into thinking it was the visitors who were on track for promotion.
Following an opening to the game which saw star man Stephen Spriggs fail to get a touch of the ball, Newcastle took the lead in the 22nd minute.
A cross was swung in from the right hand side that took a flick straight into the path of the on-rushing Andrew Nicholls who poked home to leave Lynn keeper Danny Gay wrong-footed.
With the scoreline remaining 1-0 to the visitors it was nothing more than they had deserved who had out-worked and out-played Gary Setchell's team, but it was obvious the Linnets boss was going to be having stern words with his side at half-time.
What ever was said during the break, and Gary did say he wasn't able to repeat it, it worked as just 28 seconds after the re-start King's Lynn leveled through Dan Quigley.
The 22-year-old midfielder had arrived late to meet a cross on the volley. It was a goal that allowed the players and fans alike to breath a huge sigh of relief.
From then on the Linnets looked the far better side and when the ball fell to Quigley 20 yards from goal he unleashed a strike that I'm sure he won't replicate too many times in his career. His fierce strike flew into the bottom corner with wild celebrations following.
The points looked like they were all but safe when Russell Dunkley was bundled over in the area allowing Quigley to step up and slot the penalty home to make it 3-1 and to complete his first ever hat-trick.
Newcastle did score late on though after the Linnets defence failed to react to a short corner which let Jay Burgess head in to give them hope of taking home a point, but it was too little too late.
Six wins from six is an incredible achievement and further highlights the unique team spirit currently at the club. With league leaders Coalville losing the Linnets are refusing to give up on taking the title race to the wire.
Post match interview with man of the match Dan Quigley can be heard in full below;