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.
Taking the lead against Norwich City has sent Lowestoft Town into the rest of their pre-season preparations in good heart.
Lowestoft Town are aiming for a hat-trick of Suffolk Premier Cup victories when they taken on Needham Market at the Weston Community Homes Stadium this evening.
Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher admits the Blues can’t afford to let their first team budget decrease any further next season.
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.
Lowestoft Town entertain Merstham in the Ryman League Premier this evening as the Trawlerboys start the first leg of three games in the space of five days.
Lowestoft Town’s eight-match unbeaten run came to an end at picturesque Merstham in a game which should have gleaned at least a point.
Lowestoft Town’s six game winning streak may have come to an end but manager Ady Gallagher was pleased with the character shown by his players to earn a draw against Folkestone Invicta at Crown Meadow.
Lowestoft Town have agreed a deal in principle with Southend United for Nico Cotton to remain at Crown Meadow for the rest of the season.
Two second-half goals from Nico Cotton allowed Lowestoft Town to complete their second home victory in the space of a week.
Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher has admitted he would like to keep Nico Cotton for the rest of the season.
Lowestoft Town Ady Gallagher wants the Blues’ rebuilding job to be based around youth with Ryan Miles as a shining example.
A goal in either half ensured high-flying Havant & Waterlooville completed the double over Lowestoft Town with a comprehensive 2-0 win.
Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher believes his players are finally emerging from the mental toll of National League football for the last two seasons.
A scintillating display of total football saw Lowestoft Town sweep away Kingstonian hitting four goals in the opening 25 minutes.
It was the Trawlerboys’ fourth win in their last five Ryman League fixtures.
Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher insists fans shouldn’t expect an influx of senior players, despite the exits of two senior players recently.
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.
Bouncing back from a poor display is the focus for Lowestoft Town when they return to the comforts of home this afternoon.
This game followed the pattern of so many others this season as a bright opening by Lowestoft faded, with no luck going in their favour.
Lowestoft Town travel to Canvey Island this afternoon looking to capitalise on their recent upturn in form.
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.
Lowestoft Town 2 Grays Athletic 1
Chris Henderson’s second half strike saw Lowestoft come from behind to claim a much deserved point against Billericay Town.
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.
Two goals from Nyren Clunis helped Dulwich Hamlet preserve their unbeaten away record and condemn Lowestoft to a disappointing defeat.
Lowestoft Town 0 Dulwich Hamlet 3
Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher feels his side owe their supporters ahead of their Ryman League Premier Division clash at home to Harlow Town.
A goal in the 89th minute denied Lowestoft victory at Wingate & Finchley as their failure to kill the game off came back to haunt the Trawlerboys late on.
Lowestoft Town produced a much improved display away to Staines Town and were unlucky not to come away with at least a point from an open attacking game, writes Terry Lynes.
An atrocious second half saw Lowestoft Town knocked out by lower-level opposition in the FA Cup first qualifying round.
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