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Two wins from two for Blues

PUBLISHED: 09:17 13 August 2008 | UPDATED: 21:03 05 July 2010

Lowestoft Town 3, Wroxham 2



LOWESTOFT won their second match within the space of four days when they beat the Yachtsmen by a best of five margin.

Lowestoft had two early chances but the visitors took a ninth minute lead through Paul Cook from 12 yards out who scored through the keeper's legs.

Lowestoft Town 3, Wroxham 2

LOWESTOFT won their second match within the space of four days when they beat the Yachtsmen by a best of five margin.

Lowestoft had two early chances but the visitors took a ninth minute lead through Paul Cook from 12 yards out who scored through the keeper's legs.

On 23 minutes Jamie Godbold equalised after some poor defending and lobbed the keeper in the top corner of the net.

Lowestoft took a 2-1 half-time lead on 37 minutes when a one two between Reece Hunn set up Dale Cockrill to score who got on to the end of a rebound.

A penalty on 70 minutes after a foul by Challen saw Richard Woodrow make it 3-1. Then on 85 minutes Steve Harley got in a shot that took a ricochet off Carl Poppy for an own goal but Lowestoft ran out victors by a 3-2 margin.


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