LOWESTOFT FC: Fitting finale for McGee
Lowestoft Town club notes by Terry LynesCHAMPIONS! Lowestoft Town produced a championship winning display against Cheshunt last Saturday to win the Ryman League Division One title at the first tie of asking.
Lowestoft Town club notes by Terry Lynes
Lowestoft Town produced a championship winning display against Cheshunt last Saturday to win the Ryman League Division One title at the first tie of asking. The football, particularly in the first half, was worthy of a much higher stage as the Blues hit five goals against a gallant but outclassed Cheshunt.
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In a side with several newcomers this season it is perhaps fitting that the hat trick hero on this memorable day was Gary McGee who first graced the Crown Meadow as a member of the Blues Youth team in 1996 and is now just three games short of 400 senior appearances.
Jamie Godbold and Joe Francis were the other scorers before Cheshunt hit a consolation goal moments from the end.
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- 3 Seven arrested and three charged with supplying cocaine after large police presence in village
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The Blues made seven changes for the visit of Enfield Town on Tuesday evening including a first start for Joe Clark just a month past his 17th birthday. Enfield Town who are assured of a place in the play offs and the Blues fought out a highly entertaining goalless draw. The lack of goals was down to some excellent goalkeeping on both sides rather than any negativity.
Tomorrow the Blues travel to another side who have confirmed their place in the play offs - Wingate & Finchley. In the earlier game at the Meadow the Blues won by the odd goal of three with goals from Scott Mitchell and Matt Nolan.
On Tuesday evening the Blues hit the road for the last time this season with a visit to Brentwood Town.
The reserves took their unbeaten run to 20 games, including 14 consecutive wins with a 5-1 victory away to Debenham Leisure Centre Reserves on Saturday. A goal down at the break the Blues hit back with goals from Jon Lovelock, Kyle Baker, Chris Bond, Joe Clark and Danny Mitchell in the second half.
On Wednesday evening that run was extended as the Blues defeated Stowmarket Town Reserves 8-1. Joe Clark continued his scoring spree with a hat trick and the other goals came from Reece Hunn (2), Jon Lovelock, Chris Bond and Kyle Baker.
The Youth team were due to visit Norwich United yesterday and end their season next Wednesday with the local derby against Kirkley & Pakefield at Walmer Road.
The Under 15s suffered their first defeat of the season last Sunday going down 1-2 to Great Yarmouth Under 15s in the final of the Norfolk & Suffolk League Cup. Calvin Vincent was the Blues scorer.