After a week of turmoil Lowestoft Town boss Dale Brooks was able to turn his attention back to happenings on the football pitch at Enfield.
Lowestoft Town earned another invaluable point with a superb display away to play-off chasing Hendon on Saturday.
With just a point separating the two teams lying just above the relegation place, both sides viewed this as a must-win game.
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.
Lowestoft overcame a torrid opening 20 minutes with a tremendous comeback that earned them a point in a 2-2 draw away to Tonbridge Angels.
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.
A goal on the stroke of half time of a lifeless first half gave little indication that the second period would produce a six-goal spectacular.
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’s first game under new manager Dale Brooks ended in defeat.
A young Lowestoft Town side tumbled out of the FA Trophy after defeat against fellow Bostik Premier Division side Worthing.
For the neutral and home fans this game had everything you could hope for.
Lowestoft Town produced arguably their best all-round team performance under Ady Gallagher’s managerial stewardship.
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.
Lowestoft Town manager Ady Gallagher felt his side lacked “hunger and desire” after they crashed out of the FA Cup to Harlow Town - who played for more than an hour with ten men.
Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher has challenged Josh Greenleaf to fulfil his potential after the striker’s match-winning display in midweek.
Josh Greenleaf’s second-half double ended Lowestoft’s four-match losing streak and gave the Trawlerboys bragging rights over Suffolk rivals, Needham Market.
Lowestoft Town cruised into the second qualifying round of the FA Cup as an own goal and a fine individual strike from Travis Cole downed Bedford.
In a game of numerous chances, Lowestoft failed to take any of theirs – and paid the price.
Lowestoft right-back Callum White praised the resilience of the Trawlerboys after they dug in to claim their first league win of the season.
A Billericay team featuring ex-Premier League stars Paul Konchesky, Kevin Foley and Jermaine Pennant condemned the brave Trawlerboys to a second straight league defeat on Tuesday evening.
Lowestoft Town went down to a brave defeat against highly-fancied Leatherhead as the Trawlerboys almost scrambled for a point at Fetcham Grove.
Lowestoft lost a feisty affair against King’s Lynn Town by a single goal on Saturday to close out their pre-season campaign at the Amber Dew Events Stadium.
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.
Taking the lead against Norwich City has sent Lowestoft Town into the rest of their pre-season preparations in good heart.
Lowestoft Town have signed Ben Dudzinski on a one-year deal following his release by Hartlepool Town.
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