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CLUB NOTES: Plenty to play for

PUBLISHED: 12:51 07 May 2010 | UPDATED: 17:18 06 July 2010

THE first team's season may be over but there is still plenty to play for Lowestoft Town Reserves. Victories over Thetford Town Reserves (9-1) and Norwich United Reserves (5-0) made it 16 consecutive league victories to finish the normal league season as the Blues second string roared up the league table to take the divisional title on goal difference over Dereham Town Reserves who were gifted their final three points due to Leiston Reserves inability to raise a side.

Lowestoft Town club notes by terry Lynes

THE first team's season may be over but there is still plenty to play for Lowestoft Town Reserves. Victories over Thetford Town Reserves (9-1) and Norwich United Reserves (5-0) made it 16 consecutive league victories to finish the normal league season as the Blues second string roared up the league table to take the divisional title on goal difference over Dereham Town Reserves who were gifted their final three points due to Leiston Reserves inability to raise a side.

Against Thetford Ross King lead the way with a hat trick, Bradley Hough netted two with the others coming from Carl Poppy, Dale Smith, Joe Marsden and Louis Cutajar. Against Norwich United on Saturday King hit another two with Jack Herbert, Chris Bond and Bradley Hough the others.

Tomorrow attention turns to cup football as Kevin Gook takes his side to Needham Market in defence of the Suffolk Senior Reserve Team Cup that they won last season. Tomorrow's opponents are Haverhill Rovers Reserves with a 2.15pm kick off.

On Tuesday evening the Reserves bring their season to an end with the Ridgeons Reserve League Championship play off against Hadleigh United Reserves at Diss Town, kick off 7.45pm.

The Under 15s won their divisional championship finishing their league season with a 2-0 victory over Gt Yarmouth Town and 5-0 victory over Halesworth. Against Gt Yarmouth Calvin Vincent and Corey Thornton were the scorers. In a rare appearance at the Crown Meadow against Halesworth Corey Thornton hit two with the other goals coming from Bradley Archer, Jordan Smith and Calvin Vincent.

The Under 15s have one more game to play on Sunday when they take on Gorleston Rangers in the Ipswich Open Tournament Final. Kick off is at 3.30 at the Gainsborough Sports Centre, Ipswich.

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