Lowestoft Town

Michael Spillane's return has provided Lowestoft with a timely boost. Picture: MARK CHAPPELL/FOCUS IMAGES

The return of Michael Spillane will go a long way to compensating for the loss of Jack Ainsley, according to Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher.

Jack Ainsley has walked away from struggling National League North Lowestoft Town. Picture: RUSSELL HART/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft have been rocked by the surprise departure of Jack Ainsley.

Lowestoft's Chris Henderson battles for the ball with Stalybridge Celtic's Chris Simm- Lowestoft Town v Stalybridge Celtic, Vanarama National League North, Crown Meadow, Lowestoft. 29 Jan 2016
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Lowestoft Town lost the chance to put a bit of breathing space between themselves and their rivals at the bottom of the league as they fell to a two-goal defeat at home to Stalybridge Celtic.

Harvey Hodd of Lowestoft Town sees a shot on goal saved by Dave Carnell of FC United of Manchester during the National League North match at Broadhurst Park, Moston
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Many of Lowestoft Town’s away trips this season will be tough enough at the best of times and the journey to the fantastic Broadhurst Park was set to be no exception.

Jake Reed will be a Lowestoft absentee at FC United. Picture: DAVID HORN/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town will be without star striker Jake Reed for this afternoon’s trip to FC United.


Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher hopes to turn the club’s recent bout of postponements to the Blues’ advantage.

Chris Henderson has had to remain patient in order to get game time this season. Picture: TOM SMITH/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher admits his side are not out of the woods just yet despite watching them pull away from the relegation zone during the festive period.

Things are looking up for Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher.

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher has been named the National League North manager of the month for December.

Chris Henderson equalised for Lowestoft at Sutton. 
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Sutton striker Craig Dundas scored a hat-trick to end Lowestoft Town’s interest in the FA Trophy.

An unlucky Ben Killip of Lowestoft Town after he got his hands to a penalty during the National League North match at the Jakemans Stadium, Boston. 
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Lowestoft Town endured a frustrating start to the New Year as they squandered an early lead to suffer a heavy defeat at the hands of Boston United in a game which was much closer than the score line suggests.

The players of Lowestoft Town celebrate scoring another goal at Corby. Picture: DAVID HORN/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town have come a long way since they endured a turgid run which saw them win just twice in 11 attempts earlier this season, but they can’t afford to rest on their laurels yet according to Crown Meadow chief Ady Gallagher.

Robert Eagle of Lowestoft Town (right) celebrates scoring his team's fourth goal against Corby Town to make it 2-4 during the National League North match at Steel Park, Corby
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Lowestoft Town moved up to 15th in the National League North table after edging an eight-goal thriller at Steel Park.

Jake Reed, right, found the net for Lowestoft on Saturday. Picture: MATT WILKINSON/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft turned the form book upside down with a solid 90-minute display to gain a well merited victory over high-flying Boston, writes Terry Lynes.

Dean Mason tries to find a way through for Lowestoft at AFC Telford United. Picture: MATT WILKINSON/FOCUS IMAGES

Renewing their rivalry with Boston United proves just how far Lowestoft Town have come, according to Ady Gallagher.

James Montgomery of A.F.C. Telford United punches clear a corner whilst Shaun Bammant of Lowestoft Town looks on during the National League North match at New Bucks Head, Telford
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Lowestoft Town saw their four-match unbeaten league run come to an abrupt end after they lost their composure during a 1-0 defeat against relegation rivals AFC Telford United.

Adam Smith is an injury worry for Lowestoft ahead of their trip to Telford. Picture by Mike Griffiths/Focus Images Ltd

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher is happy to continue running with a small squad of players in pursuit of National League North safety.

Michael Spillane impressed in defence for Lowestoft Town (blue) against Alfreton. Picture: Nick Butcher

The latest influx of former Norwich City players are starting to find their feet at Lowestoft Town.

Shaun Bammant scored twice for Lowestoft in their Suffolk Premier Cup win at Haverhill. Picture: Nick Butcher

Lowestoft Town remain on course to retain the Suffolk Premier Cup after a 4-2 win at Haverhill Rovers saw the Blues progress to the semi-finals.

Lowestoft, blue, look like they will not be in FA Trophy action this weekend. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

Lowestoft Town have been forced to put their hopes of progressing in the FA Trophy on hold.

National League North: Lowestoft Town V Alfreton. Rossi Jarvis

There have been few more satisfying results during Ady Gallagher’s reign as solo Lowestoft Town manager than this scrappy battle in tough conditions at Crown Meadow.

Jake Reed, right, scored the only goal for Lowestoft Town against Alfreton. Picture: Nick Butcher

Lowestoft Town have extended their unbeaten run to five matches with a hard-four 1-0 defeat of Alfreton Town at a blustery Crown Meadow.

Dean Mason, left, and Jack Ainsley enjoy Lowestoft finding the net against St Albans City. Picture: SG PHOTOGRAPHY

Lowestoft Town’s form has finally taken a turn for the better – but the Trawlerboys won’t be allowed to rest on their laurels.

Danny Crow, blue, in action for Lowestoft Town on Saturday. Picture: SG PHOTOGRAPHY

Lowestoft Town have been handed the chance to exact revenge for their 2013 play-off final defeat in the first round of the FA Trophy.

Lowestoft advanced go the first round proper of the FA Trophy this afternoon at a windswept Crown Meadow.

Harvey Hodd was part of Norwich City's FA Youth Cup winning squad of 2013. Picture: STEVE ADAMS

Lowestoft Town will be drawing inspiration from outside of Suffolk as they kick-start their latest quest to reach Wembley.

Lowestoft Town, blue, are not in action this evening. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

The third of five scheduled matches involving our area’s semi-professional clubs this evening has been called off.

The Planters are our area's only remaining side in the FA Vase after Gorleston, green, and Kirkley & Pakefield exited the competition on Saturday. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

Norwich United will make a second attempt at staging their FA Vase clash against Hullbridge Sports this evening.

National League North Football action between Lowestoft Town and Stockport County. Jake Reed shoots for goal.

Shaun Bammant was literally head and shoulders above the rest as he helped Lowestoft Town recover from a nightmare start to hold promotion chasing Stockport County to a 2-2 draw at Crown Meadow.

Ben Killip is impressing the Lowestoft Town management. Picture: MIKE GRIFFITHS/MG SPORTS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town assistant boss Dale Brooks feels playing “man’s football” could be the making of Norwich City goalkeeper Ben Killip.

National League North action between Lowestoft Town and Solihull Moors. Ryan Jarvis scores for Lowestoft.

Lowestoft Town remain second from bottom in the Vanarama National League North, despite picking up a valuable point after a much-improved performance against high-flying Solihull Moors.

Michael Spillane returns from suspension for Lowestoft Town today against Solihull Moors. Picture: James Bass

Ady Gallagher has told his players to stand up and show their true character to bring an end to Lowestoft Town’s poor form.

Ryan Jarvis, right, can't believe it as he is sent off at Bradford Park Avenue. Photo: Richard Land/Focus Images Ltd

Halloween is supposed to be a day shrouded in horror and mystery – and Lowestoft Town found both in equal measure at Bradford Park Avenue.

Lowestoft Town v Tamworth at Crown Meadow.

Picture: James Bass

If last weekend’s 2-1 defeat at the hands of Harrogate Town was a perfect example of a frustrating weekend at the office for Lowestoft Town, then Saturday’s dismal defeat perfectly highlighted the difference between frustrating and disappointing.

Lowestoft Town chairman Gary Keyzor has given manager Ady Gallagher his backing. Picture: Mick Howes

These are turbulent times at Lowestoft Town as the club braces itself to fight for the step two status they worked so hard to achieve.

Wolves goalkeeper Harry Burgoyne has been recalled from his loan spell at Lowestoft Town. Picture: Refuel Performance Management

Lowestoft Town will have just one senior goalkeeper on their books after Wolves cut short Harry Burgoyne’s loan spell at Crown Meadow.

Lowestoft Town goalkeeper Harry Burgoyne makes a save from the head of Jonathan Hunt of Curzon Ashton during the National League North match at Tameside Stadium, Ashton-under-Lyne. Picture by Russell Hart/Focus Images Ltd

Lowestoft Town have extended the loan deal of Wolves goalkeeper Harry Burgoyne for a further month.

Lowestoft Town (blue/ white) v Harrogate Town at Crown Meadow.
Harrogate bench celebrate their second goal.

Picture: James Bass

Football sure knows how to kick you when you are down.

Lowestoft Town (blue/ white) v Harrogate Town at Crown Meadow.
Robert Eagle.

Picture: James Bass

Lowestoft Town’s miserable run of form continued as they suffered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Harrogate Town.

Lowestoft Town manager Ady Gallagher.

Dale Brooks hopes his wealth of experience can help arrest Lowestoft Town’s recent slide after being named the new assistant manager at Crown Meadow.

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher has appointed Dale Brooks as his new assistant.

Lowestoft Town have named Dale Brooks as the new assistant boss at Crown Meadow as the club look to turn round their ailing fortunes.

Christy Finch, right, celebrates finding the net during his Gorleston days. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

Striker Christy Finch has signed a contract with Ryman League Premier Division Leiston.

Lowestoft Town manager Ady Gallagher (left) hold his head in his hand as Referee Shaun Hudson (right) send Lowestoft Town Coach Dan Gleeson to the stand during the National League North match at Tameside Stadium, Ashton-under-Lyne
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Lowestoft Town endured the Non-League Day from hell after three men were given their marching orders and Curzon ran riot.

Chris Henderson is an injury doubt for Lowestoft as they prepare to visit Curzon Ashton. PictureL MARK CHAPPELL/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town need to get back to basics as they look to arrest a run which has seen them win just one game in their last 11.

Jake Reed of Lowestoft Town shows his frustration after missing a chance to score against Hednesford Town during the National League North match at Keys Park, Hednesford.
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A late Lowestoft revival proved insufficient to earn the Trawlerboys a share of the spoils in Staffordshire.

Erkan Okay is eligible again for Lowestoft Town this afternoon. Picture: IAN WADKINS/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher is certain he has enough talent in his squad to ensure the Blues don’t get dragged into a relegation scrap this season.

Former Norwich City midfielder Michael Spillane has signed for Lowestoft. 
Photo: Nick Butcher

Former Norwich City midfielder Michael Spillane has been included in the Lowestoft Town squad for today’s FA Cup second qualifying round clash at Bognor Regis Town.

Delight as Ryan Jarvis celebrates his goal. Picture: STEVE GARDINER, WWW.SG-PHOTOGRAPHY.ORG.UK

After a dismal run of eight matches without a victory, Lowestoft Town distanced themselves from the National League North relegation places with a deserved win over Chorley at Crown Meadow.

Wolves' goalkeeping talent Harry Burgoyne has temporarily joined Lowestoft. Picture: WOLVES FC

Boss Ady Gallagher fired a warning to his players after securing the services of a talented Football League operator.

Chris Henderson came off the bench to rescue a point for Lowestoft against Brackley. 
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Super-sub Chris Henderson salvaged a point for Lowestoft Town in a lively encounter at Brackley last night.

It was a grim afternoons viewing for Ady Gallagher on Saturday. Picture: IAN WADKINS/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town aim to get their season back on track by winning a clash between two out-of-form sides.

The long road to Wembley will continue on Saturday September 26. Picture: PA

Two of our three remaining non-league sides have landed home draws in the FA Cup second qualifying round.

A disappointed Jake Reed of Lowestoft Town lies on the turf following the Conference North match at Bower Fold, Stalybridge
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Life in National League North is pretty tough for Lowestoft Town at the best of times.

Lowestoft Town vs FC United of Manchester.
1st half own goal.

Picture: James Bass

A brace apiece from Tom Greaves and Sam Madeley was enough for FC United of Manchester to claim the three points as Lowestoft found themselves three goals down inside 30 first half minutes.

Sam Nunn has joined Lowestoft Town.

Lowestoft Town’s search for a new defender has finally borne fruit after Sam Nunn signed a two-year deal with the Blues from Needham Market for an undisclosed fee.

Players from both teams surround referee Anthony Tankard after Adam Nicklin of North Ferriby United brings down Jake Reed of Lowestoft Town just outside the box during the National League North match at Grange Lane, North Ferriby
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Lowestoft Town picked up a valuable away point in East Yorkshire – but will feel they could have had a bigger Bank Holiday haul.

Lowestoft Town V Corby in the National League North, Danny Crow controls the ball. Picture: Nick Butcher

Ryan Jarvis rescued a National League North point with his first goal for Lowestoft Town in a tough match which had seen the visitors have a goal disallowed in either half.

Chris Henderson in action for Lowestoft Town during last weekend's cruel 1-0 loss at AFC Fylde. 
Picture by Greg Kwasnik/Focus Images Ltd

Lowestoft Town return to the comforts of home this afternoon as they look to bring an end to a three-match losing streak in National League North – and we’ll be there to bring you all the action.

Lowestoft Town goalkeeper Marcus Garnham
. Picture by Greg Kwasnik/Focus Images Ltd

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher insists he hasn’t got a difficult choice to make over his goalkeeper for the Blues’ clash at home to Corby Town this afternoon.

Danny Crow missed opportunities to earn Lowestoft a deserved win at AFC Fylde.  Picture: Steve Gardiner Photography (

Lowestoft Town’s longest away trip of the season left them empty-handed after a last-gasp defeat in the National League North.


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