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.
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.
Lowestoft Town went down to a brave defeat against highly-fancied Leatherhead as the Trawlerboys almost scrambled for a point at Fetcham Grove.
Taking the lead against Norwich City has sent Lowestoft Town into the rest of their pre-season preparations in good heart.
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.
Shaun Bammant was the hero for Lowestoft Town this afternoon as he scored a late equaliser to keep the Blues’ play-off hopes just about alive.
Southwold suffered a frustrating afternoon at Woodbridge in the final of the Suffolk Cup.
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.
Two second-half goals from Nico Cotton allowed Lowestoft Town to complete their second home victory in the space of a week.
Lowestoft again showed their resolve in the face of adversity when gaining a point from a goalless draw at Hendon.
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.
The Suffolk derby turned out to be a real Christmas cracker, with Shaun Bammant scoring 10 minutes from time to earn the Trawlerboys a well deserved victory.
A brilliant second-half strike from Chris Henderson turned out to be the winning goal for Lowestoft as they claimed their third home league win on the bounce.
Rory McAuley’s first-half header proved to be decisive as Lowestoft Town continued their pursuit of a place in the Ryman Premier Division play-off positions with a narrow 1-0 victory at Crown Meadow.
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Chris Henderson’s second half strike saw Lowestoft come from behind to claim a much deserved point against Billericay Town.
Lowestoft Town were knocked out of the FA Trophy as Dulwich Hamlet claimed their second victory at Crown Meadow in less than a month.
Goals from Ryan and Rossi Jarvis snatched a dramatic victory for Lowestoft Town over high-flying Bognor, with an injury-time strike from younger brother Rossi settling a fantastic game.
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