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Lowestoft Town hope they have finally got the bottom of the hamstring injury that has troubled Shaun Bammant.

Andrew Fisk

Norwich Frostbites hosted Waveney & Oulton Broad Yacht Club in their annual team race competition for the Ramuz Trophy – and with the result a tie it meant the visitors took the trophy back home with them for another year.

Lowestoft Town gained a creditable point on the road in a goalless draw at Banbury United.

Andrew Fisk

Lowestoft Town assistant manager Andy Reynolds insists his side will be going into Satruday’s game at Banbury in good heart despite letting two precious points slip through their grasp at the weekend.

Shaun Bammant

Last Saturday’s top of the table clash at Walmer Road saw the fourth placed Royals go down to only their third league defeat of the season to third placed Godmanchester.

Ross King

This newspaper and Bullards are offering four lucky people the chance to spend an exclusive day behind the scenes at Norwich City Football Club’s training ground.

Eastern Daily Press

A harsh last minute penalty cruelly denied Lowestoft a second consecutive win against AFC Rushden & Diamonds.

Andrew Fisk

Lowestoft Town striker Kieran Higgs symbolises the direction the Trawlerboys have to take.

Jamie Godbold

Waveney Valley AC members Matt Jeffries and Sam Lines competed for Suffolk on Sunday in the Brighton 10k.

At Velo Club Baracchi’s annual prizegiving Paul Dennington was voted by members as Rider of the Year.

John Swanbury

Lowestoft Town earned their first win in the league since August as goals from Armani Schaar and Connor Deeks secured all three points against Royston Town at the Amber Dew Events Stadium.

Lowestoft are now nine league games without a win.

Former Norwich City footballer Darren Eadie opens up about his own battles with mental health and tells men who may be struggling - talk about it.

Norfolk County Council

Back-to-back cup wins have buoyed the Blues as Lowestoft Town prepare to return to action in the league.

Kirkley & Pakefield 1 Long Melford 0

Jordan Haverson

Lowestoft Town secured progress in the Suffolk Premier Cup in dramatic fashion at the Amber Dew Events Stadium last night.

Kyle Haylock

Robert Eagle has left Lowestoft Town to rejoin Leiston as a player-coach, subject to paperwork.

Jamie Godbold

It was national competition time again for Kirkley & Pakefield last Saturday with a visit to FC Clacton in the FA Vase second round.

Jordan Haverson

Anthony Ogogo admits he is in the “last chance saloon” in his bid to salvage his boxing career.

Anthony Ogogo

Ben Fowkes netted a late winner as Lowestoft Town deservedly ended their lean spell by beating hosts Leiston in a CSS League Challenge Cup second round tie at Victory Road last night.

Shaun Bammant

Southwold were well beaten by a Basildon side who hadn’t picked up a single point all season before the weekend.

Adam Smith

In common with football throughout the country, a minute’s silence was impeccably observed in tribute to those affected by last weekend’s happenings and also to celebrate Remembrance Day as this was Stourbridge’s nearest home game to that day.

Connor Deeks

Lowestoft Town assistant boss Andy Reynolds is hoping the return of three experienced players can arrest the Blues’ recent slump.

Andrew Fisk

A young racket sports player saw off some of the globe’s best talents to claim gold at his first ever world championships.

The summer sailing season at Waveney & Oulton Broad Yacht Club concluded with the End of Season Regatta

Richard Smith

Southwold got back to winning ways in impressive fashion as they turned on the style to cruise past Wanstead.

Adam Smith

Lowestoft Town manager Jamie Godbold has a lengthy injury list to contend with as he prepares for another big test on Saturday afternoon.

Jamie Godbold

Kirkley & Pakefield moved into the third round of the Thurlow Nunn League Challenge Cup on Tuesday evening after recording a comprehensive win over Wroxham.

Jordan Haverson

Lowestoft Town’s poor run in the Evostik Southern League Central Division continued last night when they were beaten 2-1 at home by St Neots.

Lowestoft Town will be hoping to prove their poor run of form is over when they host St Neots Town on Tuesday night in the Southern League Central Premeir Division.

Jamie Godbold

The final scoreline was a fair reflection of the game, but there was no shame in Southwold’s performance, epitomised by a brave second-half fightback.

Lowestoft Town ended a run of four consecutive league defeats, but had to settle for a point as they ground out a goalless draw against Barwell.

Connor Deeks

Lowestoft Town assistant boss Andy Reynolds insists there are no plans to bring in another goalkeeper at the Amber Dew Events Stadium.

Shaun Bammant

He’s just finished seventh in one of the world’s most gruelling physical challenges – but Joe Skipper is convinced he can go faster.

Joe Skipper

Kaiden Goldspink scored an extra-time decider to book Kirkley and Pakefield’s place in the second round of the FA Vase.

Ross King

Lowestoft Town suffered injury-time heartbreak last night as their losing streak in the league was extended to four matches.

Joe Marsden

Needham Market 1 Lowestoft Town 0

It was always going to be tough for Lowestoft’s visit to Rushall with seven senior players sidelined through injury so Jamie Godbold was pleased to be able to include Robert Eagle and Matt Castellan in the starting line up, both signed the previous day.

Jamie Godbold

Lowestoft Town expect to be without Josh Curry for over a month after the defender fractured his foot in the win over St Neots.

Andy Reynolds

Boxer and Olympic medallist Anthony Ogogo has revealed he was left 78% visually impaired after suffering a devastating eye injury in a professional fight.

After starting the season with two wins, newly-promoted Southwold suffered a third straight defeat on Saturday.

Striker Connor Ingram has left Lowestoft Town FC and rejoined Gorleston.

Jamie Godbold

Kirkley and Pakefield gained a positive point on the road at FC Clacton on Saturday after recovering from an early 2-0 deficit.

Ross King

Kieran Higgs lit up last night’s League Cup tie at the Amber Dew Events Stadium as Lowestoft Town made comfortable progress.

Southwold suffered a narrow defeat in a disappointing encounter that was spoilt by a constant flow of penalties awarded against both teams.

Adam Smith

Lowestoft knew they were in for a tough afternoon when they travelled to Coalville Town, the Leicestershire side unbeaten at home and with 17 goals scored in their six home game to date.

Jamie Godbold

Lowestoft Town have a plan to upset the odds this afternoon when they come up against Evo-Stik Central Premier high-flyers Coalville.

Jamie Godbold

Although last week’s Friday night Thurlow Nunn Premier Division match at Walmer Road brought in a respectable attendance of 160 in miserable weather the match itself did not live up to expectations.

Kyle Haylock

Woodford snatched victory at the death just as Southwold had done at Norwich the previous week, in what had been a great game from start to finish.

Norwich

Lowestoft Town boss Jamie Godbold admits his side’s disciplinary record has got to improve ahead of Saturday afternoon’s FA Cup second qualifying round tie at Hanwell Town.

Jamie Godbold

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