LOWESTOFT Town FC club notes
IT'S party time at the Crown Meadow tomorrow when the Blues superb debut Ryman League season comes to an end with the visit of Tilbury. Victory for the Blues will give them a century double of points and league goals for the second consecutive year.
IT'S party time at the Crown Meadow tomorrow when the Blues superb debut Ryman League season comes to an end with the visit of Tilbury.
Victory for the Blues will give them a century double of points and league goals for the second consecutive year.
Following the match the Championship trophy will be presented to the Blues by Ryman League president and chairman Alan Turvey and football secretary Bruce Badcock.
With free entry for children and a range of activities the Blues are expecting another 4 figure crowd with Tilbury also bringing a coach load of supporters to help swell the numbers.
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Prior to kick off, the refurbished boardroom will be dedicated to the memory of former chairman, president and life member Roy Harper.
It could also be an even more memorable day for Gary McGee who if selected will be making his 400th first team appearance for the Blues.
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A milestone could also be reached by Jamie Godbold who is looking for just one more goal to reach the 150 for the Town.
The newly elected Supporters Club are also expected to announce the winner of the Supporters Player of the Year poll prior to kick off.
Last Saturday saw the Blues fall to a 2-4 defeat away to Wingate & Finchley who were eager to secure 3rd place in the league to get home advantage on the play off semi finals.
In true championship style the Blues bounced back on Tuesday evening with a 2-0 victory at Brentwood Town.
The Reserves home game against Thetford Town Reserves was called off on Saturday with the Breckland team unable to raise a side.
On Tuesday, hopes of them reaching a second cup final were dashed with Gorleston Reserves winning 3-2 in the Chell Trophy semi-final.
The Reserves are having a busy time at present and were due to play Debenham LC Reserves yesterday.
Tomorrow they visit Walsham-le-Willows Reserves, on Tuesday they entertain Gt Yarmouth Town Reserves and then the re-arranged game against Thetford Town Reserves on Thursday.
The Youth team's season ended on Wednesday with the visit to Kirkley & Pakefield Youth. Goals from Harley Peek and Mitchell Armstrong gave the Young Blues a 2-0 victory to complete a league double over their local rivals.
The Under 16s defeated Gorleston 8-0 last Sunday with two goals from Nathan Russell and one each for Jack Burrell, Reece Borrett, Dominic Docherty, Jordan Miles, Calvin Vincent and Corey Thornton