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Lowestoft Town boss Dale Brooks looking for first victory in Suffolk derby against Needham Market

Dale Brooks takes charge of Lowestoft Town for the second time on Tuesday night against Needham Market. Picture: Shirley D Whitlow

Dale Brooks takes charge of Lowestoft Town for the second time on Tuesday night against Needham Market. Picture: Shirley D Whitlow

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Dale Brooks goes looking for his first victory as Lowestoft Town boss in a Suffolk derby against Needham Market this evening.

The Trawlerboys welcome Needham to the Amber Dew Events Stadium looking to bounce back from their 3-1 defeat against Metropolitan Police at the weekend in Brooks’ first game in charge since Ady Gallagher stepped down.

Met Police proved too strong for the Blues, who only had Jake Reed’s goal to show for their afternoon’s efforts. Lowestoft were boosted by the returns of Andrew Fisk and Rossi Jarvis at the weekend and both are likely to feature once again tonight.

Brooks is keen for his side to start picking up points to steer the club away from trouble and the visit of Needham could provide the ideal opportunity to start climbing the table.

Richard Wilkins’ side are without a win in their last six league games, losing five of them, taking just one point from a possible 18 (against Billericay Town).

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Pye Angling Club celebrated 50 years of fishing in the Lowestoft area with a special presentation night on Saturday and one of the original founder members, Colin Seago, is still fishing and organising the club since it first started at the Pye television factory, or Sanyo as it is better known in the town, in 1959.

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