Lowestoft Town made it 10 points from the last 12 as they extended their unbeaten run to four games to continue their climb up the table.
Southwold maintained their superb start to the season with an emphatic win over a brave Newmarket side who travelled with just 15 players.
Lowestoft Town produced arguably their best all-round team performance under Ady Gallagher’s managerial stewardship.
Southwold maintained top spot with a crushing win on a day when the gulf in class between the two sides was evident.
Rory McAuley’s last-ditch equaliser earned battling Lowestoft a valuable point.
Lowestoft began another new era with defeat in their first game since chairman Gary Keyzor announced he was stepping down from his role.
Lowestoft Town manager Ady Gallagher felt his side lacked “hunger and desire” after they crashed out of the FA Cup to Harlow Town - who played for more than an hour with ten men.
Lowestoft – forced to play with just 10 men for most of the game – saw their hard work undone within four second-half minutes.
Lowestoft Town cruised into the second qualifying round of the FA Cup as an own goal and a fine individual strike from Travis Cole downed Bedford.
Lowestoft Town captain Rossi Jarvis admitted his side made a number of poor decisions as Leiston claimed the bragging rights in the Suffolk derby.
In a game of numerous chances, Lowestoft failed to take any of theirs – and paid the price.
With the new season just two weeks old, three teams remain unbeaten in the Premier Division.
Lowestoft right-back Callum White praised the resilience of the Trawlerboys after they dug in to claim their first league win of the season.
Lowestoft Town went down to a brave defeat against highly-fancied Leatherhead as the Trawlerboys almost scrambled for a point at Fetcham Grove.
Lowestoft Town finished the season in style with a well deserved two goal victory over Harrow Borough.
There was a dramatic finish in this Suffolk derby with three late goals in a feisty affair that saw referee George Laflin produce eight yellow cards and dismiss Leiston boss Glen Driver from the dug-out.
Injury-ravaged Lowestoft Town fell to a fourth successive defeat - but such were Ady Gallagher’s selection problems that he could only muster 11 players, with no substitutes.
Injury-ravaged Lowestoft Town were well beaten by play-off chasers Dulwich Hamlet – and thankful to an inspired Jake Jessup for preventing an even bigger defeat.
Lowestoft Town’s eight-match unbeaten run came to an end at picturesque Merstham in a game which should have gleaned at least a point.
Shaun Bammant’s late goal capped a fine all-round performance that saw the Trawlerboys extend their winning run to six games.
Lowestoft Town produced another excellent performance to extend their winning run to four games – their best run since April 2014.
Lowestoft Town made it three wins on the bounce for the first time this season.
Lowestoft again showed their resolve in the face of adversity when gaining a point from a goalless draw at Hendon.
Once again Lowestoft Town were left wondering how they had suffered another defeat with visitors Metropolitan Police getting their first ever victory over the Trawlerboys.
Tonbridge Angels 1 Lowestoft Town 0
Jake Reed scored a minute from time to rescue a point for Lowestoft Town in their Suffolk derby at AFC Sudbury.
Lowestoft Town travelled to lowly Harrow Borough but could find no answer to the height of Marc Charles-Smith and the guile of on-loan striker Sahr Kabba.
It was a bad day at the office for Lowestoft Town as they were well beaten in their first ever meeting against Worthing.
A scintillating display of total football saw Lowestoft Town sweep away Kingstonian hitting four goals in the opening 25 minutes.
It was the Trawlerboys’ fourth win in their last five Ryman League fixtures.
This game followed the pattern of so many others this season as a bright opening by Lowestoft faded, with no luck going in their favour.
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