CHAMBERS TREBLES UP
A STUNNING second-half hat-trick from Ashley Chambers handed Nuneaton victory over their Evo-Stik South Premier visitors .
The former Leicester City forward and England youth teamer headed in the first, stroked his second past the keeper and then drilled in a late penalty only for Cameron Norman to bag a late consolation for Lynn.
Chambers could have opened the scoring after just 90 seconds but headed over the target after latching on to a Billy Daniels centre.
But the pick of the first half chances fell to the visitors with star striker Michael Gash seeing his powerful 25yard drive pushed onto the crossbar by home keeper Dean Lyness.
While there had been little to choose between the two teams before the break, the hosts dominated the second period with Alex Henshall hitting the crossbar before Chambers headed in his 57th minute opener.
He doubled his tally 12 minutes later with a cool finish after collecting a Daniels pass and wrapped up an impressive treble on 89 minutes from the spot following a shove on Brady Hickey.
Norman drilled home a consolation strike in injury time for the Linnets.