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Barrow 1 Lincoln 2 - full-time

By LeighCurtis  |  Posted: November 10, 2012

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Lincoln City stretched their unbeaten run to eight games this afternoon after they clinched a 2-1 victory at Barrow.

The Imps took the lead before half-time when Alan Power finished off a fine move involving Jamie Taylor and Jake Sheridan.

Paul Farman then came to the Imps' rescue on several occasions as he pulled off a string of fine saves most notably from former Imps loanee Louis Almond.

Substitute Vadaine Oliver then made it 2-0 midway through the second half with a powerful header from a corner.

A Richie Baker penalty made Lincoln sweat, but David Holdsworth's side held on to move up to 13th in the Blue Square Bet Premier table.

Lincoln: Farman, Mills, Boyce, Smith, Power, Taylor, Sheridan, Gray, Miller, Gilbert, Fofana. Subs: Oliver, Garner, Turner, Larkin, Morgan

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  • Fishy  |  November 14 2012, 9:31PM

    It that right DH for England think not let's see how you do over the next 2 months when you have to play BIG teams like GRIMSBY. Can't wait to get 6 points of the gimps. take the bait plz

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  • Sweepclean  |  November 13 2012, 11:13PM

    Fishy WDYFOBTGYFP Tonight's result Walsall 2 The Imps 3 now 9 games undefeated and against a Division One Team proves you know as much about football as you do about English Grammar here's a suggestion for you next time your read anything try and start with the Mr Men books there's more pictures and less reading for your little brain to get confused with. See if you take the bait ha ha ha ha ha ha"

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  • eatmygoal  |  November 13 2012, 9:37AM

    "See many of u took the bait hahahahahaha" Yep and then like a great white pulled you in and made mince meat out of you. Bore off. Tonight's game is a big one and I can't wait. I know that the league is the bread and butter but the promise of a crucial pay day is more important I think.

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  • Numb_Chumpy  |  November 13 2012, 9:26AM

    Give him a break theoutworker - it can't be easy typing with 14 fingers...

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  • theoutworker  |  November 13 2012, 9:10AM

    Fishy sounds about as thick as the batter you get at the local chippy!

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  • MacImp  |  November 12 2012, 9:07PM

    It's good that some teams bring lots of fans as we make more money. What makes me smile in pity about many football followers is that they taunt each other at matches and then stand shoulder to shoulder supporting their national team.

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  • Fishy  |  November 12 2012, 8:56PM

    See many of u took the bait hahahahahaha.ur going out the cup tomorrow.then stay mid table shud be good for u lot.were did all the ppl go who wanted Dh out a couple of months ago.now u call for his name at a game like he is a god.we will do u home and away and when we play u at ur shed.we will half fill ur ground.and last year at are place u didn't bring many ppl.U.T.m

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  • MacImp  |  November 12 2012, 7:34PM

    I'm really hoping for a win tomorrow but, truth be told I am more concerned about continuing he league form. As for Grimsby, beating them brings no more points than beating anyone else and in the grand scheme of things is no. More or less important than any other result. If we were to lose only two games between now and the end of the season, I wouldn't care if they were against Grimsby. I want us to win every game to amass the most points possible. If we do that, who knows where we will be next season.

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  • allendawn  |  November 12 2012, 12:26PM

    ...who cares about fishy and his stupid comments and for that matter who cares about Grimsby - they've always been irrelevant and will continue to be so :) ! Now on to tomorrow night and on to the 2nd round! Lets keep this good run going - C'mon you Imps!

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  • sfocata  |  November 12 2012, 9:54AM

    FIshy - there are these things called spellcheckers, you know? Failing that, remedial literacy classes?