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Ladies slam five goals to stay clear at the top of the table

PUBLISHED: 19:05 15 March 2017 | UPDATED: 19:05 15 March 2017

Lowestoft Railway men's first team (yellow) in action against Bury St Edmunds at East Point Academy. Pictures by Mick Howes.

Lowestoft Railway men's first team (yellow) in action against Bury St Edmunds at East Point Academy. Pictures by Mick Howes.

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Lowestoft took to the pitch determined to continue their winning form to consolidate their lead at the top of the table.

Lowestoft Railway men's first team (yellow) in action against Bury St Edmunds at East Point Academy. Pictures by Mick Howes.Lowestoft Railway men's first team (yellow) in action against Bury St Edmunds at East Point Academy. Pictures by Mick Howes.

Lowestoft exerted pressure yet Ipswich-East Suffolk’s goalkeeper saw them unable to get on the scoresheet. After a battle, Sarah Waller found herself in front of goal, able to slot the ball home.

After a number of short corners, an IES player stopped the ball on the line with her foot. Jenn Head stepped up and neatly scored the flick.

In the second half Waller was quickly on the scoresheet again.

After a number of short corners, Lowestoft were able to get the ball to striker Denise Wayman who passed for Desi Reed to make it 4-0.

Lowestoft Railway men's first team (yellow) in action against Bury St Edmunds at East Point Academy. Pictures by Mick Howes.Lowestoft Railway men's first team (yellow) in action against Bury St Edmunds at East Point Academy. Pictures by Mick Howes.

IES continued to battle but Lowestoft worked together as a team with some good flowing hockey between Judith, Jody and Zoe. Good movement amongst the midfield saw Rachael Callaghan pass to Wayman who was able to make it 5-0.


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