Lowestoft Town have the daunting task of taking on Bostik League Premier Division leaders Billericay Town at New Lodge this evening (kick-off 7.45pm).
Robert Eagle’s return to Lowestoft Town has given the Trawlerboys the X factor they need to haul themselves away from trouble in the Bostik Premier Division.
Lowestoft Town’s visit to Margate saw the Trawlerboys more than match their third placed hosts before going down to a single goal defeat.
Lowestoft Town’s long wait for a home win continued despite a spirited second-half comeback against Staines Town.
The battle for fishing rights between the Mackeralmen of Worthing and the Trawlerboys of Lowestoft ended all square with neither side able to find the net.
Lowestoft Town defender Dean Leacock insists the Blues have shown they are “a match for anyone” in the Bostik League Premier Division.
Southwold showed themselves to be worthy London 3EC leaders with a convincing win over their visitors from Holt who, apart from a few spells, never managed to raise their game to the level shown during their recent run of victories.
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.
Lowestoft Town will look to bounce back from a damaging midweek loss when they take on Margate this afternoon.
Lowestoft Town boss Dale Brooks admitted there could be some “tough times” ahead but is confident he can keep the Blues out of trouble.
A young Lowestoft Town side tumbled out of the FA Trophy after defeat against fellow Bostik Premier Division side Worthing.
Southwold were given a decent test by Ely before pulling away in the second half to record a sixth straight league win.
For the neutral and home fans this game had everything you could hope for.
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.
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