Lowestoft Town made it two wins in the space of four days to move up to the heady heights of 16th in the table.
Lowestoft Town needed just one point to confirm their step three status for next season - but they took all three from a pulsating five-goal thriller.
Last Saturday’s match in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division saw Kirkley & Pakefield travel to play second bottom Long Melford.
With most dinghies choosing to race on Saturday and most keelboats on Sunday, the two days had a very different feel to them at Waveney & Oulton Broad Yacht Club.
Lowestoft Town’s first ever Southern League double, secured after a 3-1 win at Hitchin, gave the Trawlerboys their third successive away win and, more importantly, went a long way to guaranteeing survival.
I had to be fit for work, now it’s not so easy, says ex-city footballer Darren Eadie
Former Norwich City defender Craig Fleming has been promoted to the first team coaching staff of Premier League club Southampton.
This newspaper and Bullards are offering four lucky people the chance to spend an exclusive day behind the scenes at Norwich City Football Club’s training ground.
Approaching a crucial final month of the season, Lowestoft Town boss Jamie Godbold has rallied his troops ahead of “six cup finals” in the Southern Premier Central.
INTENT on helping a team of talented youngsters fulfil their dream, a special appeal has been launched today.The Lowestoft Lions have joined forces with The Journal to back the Ashley School Athletics Squad in their pursuit of representing Great Britain at the 2012 London Paralympics.
Lowestoft Town have confirmed they are in deep financial trouble as deputy sports editor Mark Armstrong asks what happens next for the Blues?
Great Yarmouth Town 1, Kirkley & Pakefield 2
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