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Blues to return to competitive action

PUBLISHED: 09:17 15 September 2020 | UPDATED: 09:17 15 September 2020

Shirley D Whitlow's photograph of Lowestoft Town FC v an Ipswich XI 8th September 2020 at Crown Meadow. Photo shows Lowestoft player Jacek Zielonka (far right) being congratulated on his goal. Photo: Shirley D Whitlow

Shirley D Whitlow's photograph of Lowestoft Town FC v an Ipswich XI 8th September 2020 at Crown Meadow. Photo shows Lowestoft player Jacek Zielonka (far right) being congratulated on his goal. Photo: Shirley D Whitlow

Shirley D Whitlow

Lowestoft Town FC return to competitive action tonight (Tuesday) in the Turners Hyundai Suffolk Premier Cup semi final.

Jamie Godbold’s men return to the pitch at 7.45pm on September 15 as The Blues face Bury Town at the Goldstar Ground – home of Felixstowe & Walton United FC – in the semi final.

In accordance with The FA’s return to football guidance, the semi final encounter – which was due to be played in March before lockdown amid the continuing coronavirus crisis – is limited to a crowd of 400.

With the match being ticket only, Lowestoft Town FC chairman Gary Keyzor told the club’s website: “Tickets are currently on sale for our Suffolk Premier Cup semi final against Bury Town FC.

“All tickets must be pre purchased as there will be no cash or card sales on the evening.

“Tickets must be purchased through the Suffolk FA website, and you will receive a ticket by e-mail which must be scanned at the turnstiles.”

To buy tickets for the match visit www.suffolkfa.eventcube.io/events/26218/turners-hyundai-suffolk-premier-cup-sf-bury-town-vs-lowestoft-town

The new Southern Premier Central League season kicks off on Saturday, September 19 with Lowestoft travelling to Barwell on the opening day.


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