Dean Greygoose hailed Mildenhall Town’s FA Trophy triumph at King’s Lynn Town as the greatest moment of his managerial career, writes Greg Plummer.

The Hall defied all the odds to beat their high-flying Southern League hosts on Saturday to set up a second-round qualifying tie at Northern League Premier Division side Barwell on November 11.

A delighted Greygoose said: “I’ve had some great days as a manager but this one is probably the best of the lot.

“I’m very lucky that wherever I’ve been as a manager or coach, I’ve been very successful.

“We’ve come to King’s Lynn and done something that no side has managed to do this season and that’s keep a clean sheet and win.

“In the summer the players had to step up a level and they’ve had to step up a massive level today but each and every one of them were magnificent.”

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