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A washout of a week

PUBLISHED: 09:00 19 December 2008 | UPDATED: 22:03 05 July 2010

Lowestoft Town club notes by Terry Lynes



THE past week has been a complete washout as far as the Blues were concerned with the first team's visit to Norwich United, the Reserves home game against Haverhill Rovers and the U17s game against Caister all ruled out by the weather.

Lowestoft Town club notes by Terry Lynes

THE past week has been a complete washout as far as the Blues were concerned with the first team's visit to Norwich United, the Reserves home game against Haverhill Rovers and the U17s game against Caister all ruled out by the weather.

The only game that went ahead was the Youth team's match against Dereham Town Youth 10 days ago, which the young Blues won by a three goal margin - goals coming from Chris Sandford, Matthew Gauci and Christy Finch.

One advantage from the break in action is that some of the injury problems will have had a bit more time to recover, enabling Micky Chapman and Ady Gallagher more options to choose from.

The Town will be hoping for better luck this week as they face a long journey into the Fens as they look to complete a league double over Ely City tomorrow, having beaten the Robins by two Gary McGee goals on the opening day of the season.

The Reserves have seen the last four games postponed - three due to weather and one due to the Blues FA Vase tie against Harefield - so they too will be looking to get back into action. They are due to entertain Leiston Reserves at the Meadow with the usual 3pm kick off.

The Youth team face a long trip on Monday evening when they travel to Soham Town Rangers in the third round of the Eastern Junior Cup in their final game of 2008.

The U17 side have now completed their 2008 programme and now have a break until the New Year.

On behalf of all at Lowestoft Town FC may I wish The Journal readers a very Merry Christmas.

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