“I am massively proud of what we have achieved, the club has a huge place in my heart and I am so glad with how it has panned out.”
The battle on the pitch has been won at Lowestoft Town...now it’s time to bear arms for the battle off it.
Lowestoft Town had to settle for a point in their first match since confirming their top flight safety - despite having an extra man for 55 minutes.
The pressure is off Lowestoft Town this evening when they take on Wingate & Finchley at the Amber Dew Events Stadium this evening...on the pitch at least.
Lowestoft Town are staying up.
Lowestoft Town will be looking to build on a confidence-boosting win when they head to Harrow Borough on Thursday night.
Craig Ward completed his 100th parkrun at King’s Lynn – and he is just 12 years old!
A debut home goal by on-loan striker Renei Batlokwa secured Lowestoft a crucial three points in their battle to avoid relegation.
A fleet of 21 boats, from as far afield as the Isle of Wight and Weymouth, converged on Oulton Broad for this year’s Broadland Squib Regatta.
Struggling Lowestoft Town should have a much clearer vision of their future over the next few days.
Southwold got the bonus point win they needed to keep the pressure on the leaders with one match left to play.
Lowestoft Town boss Dale Brooks is delighted to have young midfielder Renei Batlokwa on board as he prepares for a testing climax to the Bostik League Premier Division season.
Southwold need rivals Stowmarket to slip up if they are to claim automatic promotion from London Three Eastern Counties this season.
Lowestoft’s Town Bostik Premier game at Harrow Borough on Wednesday night has been postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
Lowestoft Town must arrest a worrying trend on Wednesday night if they are to steer clear of the relegation battle come the end of the season.
Despite another committed performance Lowestoft again came away with nothing to show for their effortst.
Lowestoft Town face a testing schedule of two away games in the space of three days as their battle to avoid relegation from the top flight of the Bostik League hots up.
A goal by Liam Harvey-Cooper was enough to earn Kirkley & Pakefield all three points in their east coast clash against Great Yarmouth Town.
Lowestoft Town boss Dale Brooks is hoping a sense of injustice will spur his side on as they look to stave off the threat of relegation.
There is a break in league action over Easter - but an eagerly awaited game is taking place at High Kelling on Saturday.
Parkruns are all about fun and enjoyment, but there’s a new course record holder at Gorleston who made it to the top of the national listings at the weekend.
The problems are piling up for Lowestoft Town.
Lowestoft Town manager Dale Brooks admitted he “honestly can’t say” who will be available for the next match after his team slumped to defeat against basement side Burgess Hill Town.
A goal in either half heaped the pressure on Lowestoft Town as the bottom side came away with all three points in this key relegation battle.
Lowestoft Town boss Dale Brooks faces a race against time to register more players to aid the Blues in their fight for survival.
Lowestoft Town have postponed Thursday night’s scheduled meeting with supporters.
Cash-strapped Lowestoft Town face an uncertain future – THOMAS CHAPMAN went along to see what the mood was like at the home of the Trawlerboys
Another successful season saw two Gorleston Cliff Park teams take the crown in the Lowestoft Netball League.
Two teams burdened by off-field problems met at the Amber Dew Events Stadium on a cold but dry evening.
Southwold overwhelmed West Norfolk in arctic conditions on Saturday in London Three Eastern Counties.
Goalkeeper Ben Dudzinski has become the latest big-name player to depart troubled Lowestoft Town.
Lowestoft Town’s Bostik League Premier Division clash against Wingate & Finchley has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Dale Brooks has urged supporters to come out and help save their club as Lowestoft Town prepare to take on Wingate & Finchley at the Amber Dew Events Stadium this evening, kick-off 7.45pm.
Southwold put in a good all-round display to see off a determined Thetford side and keep their title bid very much on track.
After a week of turmoil Lowestoft Town boss Dale Brooks was able to turn his attention back to happenings on the football pitch at Enfield.
There’s not too many managers that would swap places with Dale Brooks over the past week.
Lowestoft Town boss Dale Brooks admits his biggest challenge is getting a side out for the Blues’ remaining 11 games this season.
Lowestoft Town legend Micky Chapman insists the club shouldn’t relinquish its Bostik League Premier status lightly.
A pitch inspection will be held this lunchtime to decide whether Lowestoft Town FC’s scheduled home match tonight (Tuesday) against Hendon goes ahead.
Lowestoft Town have confirmed they are in deep financial trouble as deputy sports editor Mark Armstrong asks what happens next for the Blues?
Lowestoft Town have admitted players and coaching staff have not been paid and that the club is “quickly running out of money”.
Lowestoft Town boss Dale Brooks has expressed his concerns over the potential shake-up of the National League system.
Lowestoft Town and King’s Lynn Town could find themselves in the same league next season as part of the National League System shake-up.
Lowestoft Town earned another invaluable point with a superb display away to play-off chasing Hendon on Saturday.
It’s a chance to dust off those trainers, get back onto court and play the sport you love at a slightly slower pace.
Lowestoft Town boss Dale Brooks hopes Andrew Fisk’s return to the Blues starting line-up can give their Bostik Premier Division survival hopes a timely boost.
Goals from Jack, Ethan, Alexander and four from Connor kept Great Yarmouth Town in fourth position in Under-16 Division One of the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League.
The chairman of Lowestoft & Yarmouth has assured players and supporters that the club’s future is not at risk after the first XV dropped out of their league.
Southwold scored a dramatic late try to see off their title rivals in what was surely one of the finest games ever seen on the Common.
With just a point separating the two teams lying just above the relegation place, both sides viewed this as a must-win game.
Former Lowestoft Town striker Danny Crow has defended his part in the Blues losing their academy players over the summer.
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