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Update: Lowestoft Town confirm clash with AFC Fylde will go ahead

13:21 16 February 2016

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher.

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher.

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Lowestoft Town’s clash with AFC Fylde will go ahead tonight, following earlier doubt about the game being postponed.

The National League North fixture had originally been postponed after a pitch inspection at midday to try and avoid AFC Fylde making the long trip from Lancashire unnecessarily.

However, most of the Fylde squad travelled down last night and with the weather improving another inspection was held at 5pm, with the Crown Meadow pitch passed as playable.

For a full report from the match, see tomorrow’s Eastern Daily Press.

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