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Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher.

Lowestoft Town slipped to a heavy defeat on the road as Folkestone’s Sam Hasler and Jordan Wright ran riot against the Trawlerboys.

Aaron Jones in action Stateside. Picture: Clemson Athletics

Four years ago Aaron Jones was mulling over a one-year offer from Notts County, having just been released by Ipswich Town.

Jake Reed was at the double at Harlow Town for Lowestoft Town.

Lowestoft Town got back to winning ways in impressive fashion as two Jake Reed goals helped them to an impressive victory in Essex.

Lowestoft Town manager Ady Gallagher. Picture: Focus Images

Lowestoft Town will be hoping to put their enforced rest at the weekend to good use when they travel to Harlow Town this evening.

Lowestoft Town's scheduled match with Mertsham was called off after a pitch inspection on Friday night.

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher has warned supporters not to expect too much, too soon from Belgian winger Aristote Amisi Kameneno.

Travis Cole in action at Crown Meadow as Lowestoft Town counter Havant & Waterlooville. Picture: SHIRLEY D WHITLOW

A goal in either half ensured high-flying Havant & Waterlooville completed the double over Lowestoft Town with a comprehensive 2-0 win.

Lowestoft Town's  Jamie Forshaw in action at AFC Sudbury. Photo: Shirley D Whitlow.

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher admits he has to push his players to the limit to keep pace in the Ryman League Premier.

Jake Reed was on target for Lowestoft at AFC Sudbury. Picture: SHIRLEY D WHITLOW

Jake Reed scored a minute from time to rescue a point for Lowestoft Town in their Suffolk derby at AFC Sudbury.

Rossi Jarvis scoring at Harrow Borough FC for Lowestoft Town on Saturday, in a 4-2 defeat. Picture: Shirley D Whitlow

Lowestoft Town will be aiming to get their Ryman League Premier Division campaign back on track this afternoon when they make the journey across Suffolk to take on AFC Sudbury.

Harvey Hodd in action for Lowestoft at Harrow Borough, left, where he was on target in a 4-2 defeat. Picture: Shirley D Whitlow

Lowestoft Town travelled to lowly Harrow Borough but could find no answer to the height of Marc Charles-Smith and the guile of on-loan striker Sahr Kabba.

Ady Gallagher, manager of Lowestoft Town.
 Picture by Michael Sedgwick/Focus Images Ltd

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher is delighted to have an extra option at his disposal as he prepares for two tough away matches in the space of three days in the Ryman Premier Division.

Rossi Jarvis, centre, celebrates after scoring Lowestoft's second goal at Crown Meadow. Photo: Shirley D Whitlow

The Suffolk derby turned out to be a real Christmas cracker, with Shaun Bammant scoring 10 minutes from time to earn the Trawlerboys a well deserved victory.

Jake Reed was at the double at Harlow Town for Lowestoft Town.

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher insists the Blues will be underdogs when they entertain Suffolk rivals Leiston on Boxing Day.

Lowestoft's Harry Barker challenges a Worthing player for the ball. Picture: Shirley D Whitlow

It was a bad day at the office for Lowestoft Town as they were well beaten in their first ever meeting against Worthing.

Ryan Jarvis celebrates after scoring for Lowestoft Town at Kingstonian FC. Photo by Shirley D Whitlow

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher believes his players are finally emerging from the mental toll of National League football for the last two seasons.

Jake Reed scored both goals for Lowestoft at Enfield. Picture: David Horn/Focus Images

An injury-time goal snatched the opportunity of taking all three points away from Lowestoft at Enfield, as the Blues were pegged back for the second time in the game.

Ryan Jarvis celebrates after scoring for Lowestoft Town at Kingstonian FC. Photo by Shirley D Whitlow

A scintillating display of total football saw Lowestoft Town sweep away Kingstonian hitting four goals in the opening 25 minutes.

It was the Trawlerboys’ fourth win in their last five Ryman League fixtures.

Ady Gallagher, manager of Lowestoft Town. 
Picture by Michael Sedgwick/Focus Images Ltd

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher insists fans shouldn’t expect an influx of senior players, despite the exits of two senior players recently.

Lowestoft Town winger Chris Henderson.

A brilliant second-half strike from Chris Henderson turned out to be the winning goal for Lowestoft as they claimed their third home league win on the bounce.

Michael Spillanes time with Lowestoft Town came to an end this week.	Picture: JAMES BASS

Bouncing back from a poor display is the focus for Lowestoft Town when they return to the comforts of home this afternoon.

Michael Spillane has left Lowestoft Town.

Former Norwich City defender Michael Spillane has left Lowestoft Town and signed for Chelmsford City.

This game followed the pattern of so many others this season as a bright opening by Lowestoft faded, with no luck going in their favour.

Former Lowestoft Town striker Danny Crow.

Former Lowestoft Town striker Danny Crow has defended his part in the Blues losing their academy players over the summer.

Ady Gallagher, manager of Lowestoft Town.
 Picture by Michael Sedgwick/Focus Images Ltd

Lowestoft Town travel to Canvey Island this afternoon looking to capitalise on their recent upturn in form.

National League North.
Lowestoft Town v Gloucester City at Crown Meadow.
Rossi Jarvis.

Picture: James Bass

Felixtowe and Walton 2 Lowestoft Town 3

Rory McAuley’s first-half header proved to be decisive as Lowestoft Town continued their pursuit of a place in the Ryman Premier Division play-off positions with a narrow 1-0 victory at Crown Meadow.

Danny Crow has been sacked by Lowestoft Town.

Lowestoft Town have sacked former Norwich City striker Danny Crow.

Jake Reed scored twice for Lowestoft.
 Photo: Nick Butcher

Lowestoft Town 2 Grays Athletic 1

Leatherhead manager Jimmy Bullard.

Leatherhead boss Jimmy Bullard shouldn’t expect any favours from his Lowestoft Town counterpart Ady Gallagher this afternoon.

Chris Henderson scored Lowestoft's equaliser against Braintree.
PHOTO: Nick Butcher

Chris Henderson’s second half strike saw Lowestoft come from behind to claim a much deserved point against Billericay Town.

FA Trophy first qualifying round between Lowestoft Town and Dulwich Hamlet.
Jake Reed in action for Lowestoft.
PHOTO: Nick Butcher

Lowestoft Town were knocked out of the FA Trophy as Dulwich Hamlet claimed their second victory at Crown Meadow in less than a month.

Ady Gallagher, manager of Lowestoft Town. 
Picture by Michael Sedgwick/Focus Images Ltd

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher would love to have “a nice distraction” from the league as they prepare for the visit of Dulwich Hamlet in the FA Trophy first round qualifying.

Ryan Jarvis for Lowestoft Town heads in the opening goal against Bognor. Picture: Shirley D Whitlow

Goals from Ryan and Rossi Jarvis snatched a dramatic victory for Lowestoft Town over high-flying Bognor, with an injury-time strike from younger brother Rossi settling a fantastic game.

Michael Spillane has left Lowestoft Town.

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher wouldn’t hesitate in beefing up his forward line with Michael Spillane on a regular basis.

Joel Glover, pictured in action while on loan at Fakenham earlier this season, scored Lowestoft's second goal at Met Police.

Lowestoft will look back on this game as two points dropped rather than one gained in what was always going to be a difficult game.

Danny Gay thwarts another Lowestoft attack for Needham in midweek. Picture: Mecha Morton

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher insists his side won’t be taking their trip to Ryman Premier Division basement boys Metropolitan Police lightly this afternoon.

FOOTBALL - Needham Market v Lowestoft

Pictured: Ryan Jarvis (L) and Jake Dye (N)

Lowestoft Town were left to rue an excellent goalkeeping display from Needham Market’s Danny Gay as they slipped to defeat at Needham Market.

Michael Spillane heads home Lowestoft's first goal against Hendon. Picture: Steven Gardiner

Local bragging rights are up for grabs again when Lowestoft travel to local rivals Needham Market tonight (7.45pm).

Chris Henderson scores Lowestoft's equaliser against Hendon. Picture: Steven Gardiner

Ady Gallagher was relieved to see the spirit that has served Lowestoft Town so well in recent years is still alive – after the Blues’ boss saw his side hit back from 3-0 down.

Chris Henderson scored a late equaliser for Lowestoft against Hendon. Picture: Focus Images

Lowestoft Town drew 3-3 with Hendon in their latest Ryman Premier Division clash, snatching a dramatic draw in the fifth minute of added time at Crown Meadow.

Ady Gallagher, manager of Lowestoft Town.
 Picture by Michael Sedgwick/Focus Images Ltd

It’s time to make the Meadow a fortress – that’s Ady Gallagher’s message as his side prepare to entertain Hendon in the Ryman League Premier this afternoon.

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher.

Lowestoft Town 0 Dulwich Hamlet 3

Jake Reed scored a hat-trick for Lowestoft Town.

A hat-trick from striker Jake Reed helped Lowestoft Town claim their first home league win of the season.

Chelsea Garrett, right, in possession against QPR. Picture: KEVIN RICHARDS

Furious Norwich City Ladies coach Scott Emmerson has warned his squad they are playing for their futures.

Lowestoft Town manager Ady Gallagher. Picture: ANDY KEARNS/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher feels his side owe their supporters ahead of their Ryman League Premier Division clash at home to Harlow Town.

Jake Reed was on target in Lowestoft's win at Grays.

Lowestoft Town gained their first win in six games after an excellent display at Grays.

Action from the clash between City, green, and Gillingham. Picture: JULIAN HART/KENT PRO IMAGES

Norwich City Ladies were blown away by their strong and well-organised Gillingham counterparts at Chatham.

Michael Spillane was on target with a penalty for Lowestoft Town at Wingate & Finchley.

A goal in the 89th minute denied Lowestoft victory at Wingate & Finchley as their failure to kill the game off came back to haunt the Trawlerboys late on.

Will Ebony Wiseman, left, be able to help extend Norwich's run in the WPL Cup? Picture: SARAH JAMES

Norwich City will need to end Gillingham’s unbeaten start to the campaign if they are to return to winning ways.

Harvey Hodd, left, will begin his fourth stint with Lowestoft at Wingate & Finchley. Picture: RICHARD CALVER

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher is adamant his players have not been affected by the club’s financial difficulties.

Chelsea Garrett, front, in action for Norwich City Ladies. Picture: SARAH JAMES

A depleted Norwich City Ladies team lost a keenly-fought battle at AFC Wimbledon in Women’s Premier League South East Division One.

Ady Gallagher, manager of Lowestoft Town. 
Picture by Michael Sedgwick/Focus Images Ltd

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher is prepared to stake his reputation on helping get the Trawlerboys back on track.

Gary Keyzor. Picture: MIKE HOWES

Lowestoft Town have released a statement asking fans to stick by the club during a “challenging” period for the Trawlerboys.

Lowestoft's Jake Reed was on target in the defeat at Staines.

Lowestoft Town produced a much improved display away to Staines Town and were unlucky not to come away with at least a point from an open attacking game, writes Terry Lynes.

Ady Gallagher knows Lowestoft Town owe their fans a performance.

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher is looking to emerge from “one of his darkest days in football” when he takes his side to Staines Town this afternoon.

Lowestoft Town manager Ady Gallagher. Picture: Focus Images

FA Cup humiliation against lower-level opposition left Lowestoft boss Ady Gallagher fuming with his players.

Chris Henderson was sent off after picking up a second yellow late in Lowestoft's disappointing FA Cup defeat to Histon. Picture: James Bass

An atrocious second half saw Lowestoft Town knocked out by lower-level opposition in the FA Cup first qualifying round.

Michael Spillane was on target with a penalty for Lowestoft Town at Wingate & Finchley.

It’s time to turn performances into victories, says Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher.

Robert Eagle scored a late equaliser for Sudbury at Lowestoft.

Former Trawlerboy Robert Eagle came back to haunt Lowestoft Town with a 95th-minute equaliser as AFC Sudbury grabbed a share of the spoils at Crown Meadow.

Jake Jessup made some vital stops, but Lowestoft Town were beaten 1-0 at Havant & Waterloorville.

Havant & Waterlooville 1

Jake Reed, middle, was back among the goals for the Blues in midweek. Picture: JAMES BASS

‘There’s plenty more where that came from’ – that’s Ady Gallagher’s message after Jake Reed grabbed his first goal of the season in Lowestoft Town’s win at Billericay.

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