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PUBLISHED: 10:50 15 January 2010 | UPDATED: 15:57 06 July 2010

Lowestoft Town Club Notes by Terry Lynes



FOOTBALL continues to suffer at the hands of the freezing weather with all games postponed again this week.

Lowestoft Town Club Notes by Terry Lynes

FOOTBALL continues to suffer at the hands of the freezing weather with all games postponed again this week.

For Lowestoft Town a fixture crisis has not yet loomed with all games having been redated, but many more postponements could well lead to fixture congestion later in the season.

The Concord Rangers fixture postponed on Saturday has now been re-arranged for Tuesday, March 2 and the East Thurrock United fixture reverts to its original date of next Tuesday, January 19.

The Championship Manager (Ryman's League Cup) tie has been put on hold with the Maidstone United versus Tilbury fixture still awaiting a date as Maidstone have still been unable to fulfil their FA Trophy tie against Histon, which takes priority.

Tomorrow (Saturday) the Blues are due to travel to Potters Bar Town but in midweek the South Mimms Travel Stadium was still under a deep covering of snow and ice and the prospects were looking slim. Attempts were being made to have the games switched with the Crown Meadow pitch looking better placed to stage the game.

As mentioned above, next Tuesday night will hopefully see the Blues travel to East Thurrock United.

Andrew Fisk will be still missing as he waits to complete his three-match suspension.

It is cup football for the Reserves tomorrow with the Town travelling to Brandon Town Reserves in the Suffolk Senior Reserve Team Cup. Kevin Gook's options are again restricted with many of his players being cup tied and unavailable for the game.

The Youth team should be in action up the Meadow next Wednesday evening when Gt Yarmouth Town Youth are the visitors.

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