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 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.
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.
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.
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
Against a backdrop of severe financial difficulties, Lowestoft Town fans finally had an opportunity to demonstrate how determined they are for their club to survive.
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.
Lowestoft Town FC’s supporters club has issued a rallying call to the community to back 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 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 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.
Local footballers resume hostilities on Boxing Day after bypassing the festive feasts in pursuit of glory.
Lowestoft Town fans are being asked to dig deep in the memory of the murdered sister of Trawlerboys defender Rory McAuley.
Former Trawlerboy Rickie Hayles denied Lowestoft a deserved share of the spoils with a match-winning goal 15 minutes from time.
Little went right for Lowestoft Town as they dropped valuable home points and finished the game with just nine men.
Needham Market stopped the rot with a terrific win at Lowestoft Town in an entertaining Suffolk derby at Crown Meadow on Tuesday night.
Lowestoft’s first game under new manager Dale Brooks ended in defeat.
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.
King’s Lynn Town will be on their travels in the FA Cup second qualifying round whilst Lowestoft Town and Dereham Town both landed home ties.
In a game of numerous chances, Lowestoft failed to take any of theirs – and paid the price.
Lowestoft Town must be realistic in their expectations this season manager Ady Gallagher has warned on the eve of the start of their Bostik League Premier Division campaign.
Lowestoft Town will be hoping for some overdue home comforts when they welcome Braintree Town to the Amber Dew Events Stadium this evening (Friday, 7.45pm kick off).
Lowestoft Town were beaten 2-0 by the under-21 squad of League One club Southend United in their latest pre-season game at Crown Meadow.
Lowestoft Town will kick off their Bostik League Premier Division season with a trip to Leatherhead on Saturday, August 12.
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