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Ross Jarvis of Lowestoft Town shoots high and wide during the Conference North match at Wetherby Road, Harrogate
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28/03/2015

It is often suggested it is grim up north and for most of their first season in the Conference, Lowestoft Town have tended to agree.

Micky Chapman

Lowestoft Town joint boss Micky Chapman admits no-one at the club will relax until they are mathematically certain of Conference North football next season.

Jake Reed came closest to breaking the deadlock for Lowestoft.

Lowestoft Town edged a point closer to Conference North safety in a game low on quality against promotion-chasing Guiseley at Crown Meadow.

Ady Gallagher. Picture: RICHARD GOULD/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town have the chance to take a huge step towards Conference North survival at home to Guiseley this afternoon.

Lowestoft Town joint boss Micky Chapman.

The spirit of Lowestoft Town’s players has been praised once again, as the Trawlerboys edge ever closer to Conference North survival.

Lowestoft Town's Jack Ainsley on the ball from Stockport County at Crown Meadow. Picture: Rob Butcher

Survival is still far from secured for Lowestoft Town – but should that almighty accomplishment be achieved, much will be owed to the right foot of Jack Ainsley.

Action from Lowestoft Town's home clash with Stockport County, Jake Reed. Photo: ROB COLMAN

Penalty king Jack Ainsley salvaged a dramatic draw for Lowestoft Town against Stockport County this afternoon – to take his personal goal tally to 13 for the season, despite playing at right-back.

Bradley Woods-Garness of Lowestoft Town shoots narrowly wide during the Conference North match at Horsfall Stadium, Bradford. 
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The visit of former Football League club Stockport will be a timely reminder of Lowestoft Town’s progress this afternoon – in the same week that two of the club’s players received international call-ups.

Lowestoft Town Football Club chairman Gary Keyzor. Picture: Nick Butcher

Lowestoft Town chairman Gary Keyzor admits the Blues need further outside investment if they are to firmly establish themselves as a Conference outfit.

Jake Reed of Lowestoft Town celebrates the game winning goal with his team mates during the Conference North match at Grange Lane, North Ferriby
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07/03/2015

There was something of a party atmosphere in a small corner of East Yorkshire as Lowestoft reached town.

Dan Gleeson. Picture: ANDY KEARNS/FOCUS IMAGES

Dan Gleeson will make a “seamless transition” from player to player/first-team coach with Lowestoft Town according to joint boss Ady Gallagher.

Dan Gleeson has joined the Blues management team as first team coach.

Lowestoft Town skipper Dan Gleeson will take on a first team coach role at Crown Meadow in the wake of Craig Fleming’s departure for Southampton.

Vanarama Canference North: Lowestoft Town V Staylybridge Celtic.

Both sides went into the game looking for the three points that would ease them away from the Vanarama Conference North relegation dogfight.

Craig Fleming is ready to leave Lowestoft Town for Southampton.

Craig Fleming is set to leave Lowestoft Town to become an academy coach at Southampton.

Richard Marshall of Bradford Park Avenue skips over a tackle from Sam Gaughran of Lowestoft Town during the Conference North match at Horsfall Stadium, Bradford
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21/02/2015

As unpredictable as football is, some days you have a pretty good idea of what you are going to get.

Bradley Woods-Garness is congratulated after scoring Lowestoft Town's late equaliser. 
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A last-gasp equaliser from Bradley Woods-Garness earned the Trawlerboys a vital away point in West Yorkshire.

Danny Crow will miss the Blues' trip to Bradford. Picture: TOM SMITH/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town are determined to ramp up the pressure on Bradford Park Avenue as they play Conference North catch-up.

Jack Ainsley of Lowestoft Town (left) competing with Adi Yussuf of Oxford City (right) during the Conference North match at Court Place Farm, Oxford
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14/02/2015

Failing to take chances proved costly for Lowestoft as they fell to defeat at Oxford City, having taken the lead.

Craig Fleming knows the clock is ticking on the Blues' first season in Vanarama Conference North. Picture: TOM SMITH/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town director of football Craig Fleming insists the Blues’ destiny is in their own hands ahead of their trip to Oxford City.

Jack Defty sporting cast after breaking his leg in 2013. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Former King’s Lynn and Lowestoft Town striker Jack Defty is hanging up his boots.

Conference North.
Lowestoft Town v Colwyn Bay at Crown Meadow.
Jake Reed.


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Lowestoft Town battled back to claim a point at home to Colwyn Bay despite playing the last half-hour with 10 men.

Lowestoft Town manager Ady Gallagher.

Lowestoft Town joint boss Ady Gallagher admits the Blues are still wary of being sucked into a relegation battle.

Gloucester City and Lowestoft Town players come to blows during the Conference North match at the Abbey Business Stadium, Cheltenham
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31/01/2015

Lowestoft Town’s quest for a third win on the bounce was ended in a bad-tempered affair at Gloucester.

Danny Crow of Lowestoft Town during the Conference North match at St. James Park, Brackley. 
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Lowestoft Town face a crucial month in the preservation of their Conference North status, according to director of football Craig Fleming.

Danny Crow of Lowestoft Town (left) scores his team's third goal against Brackley Town to make it 2-3 during the Conference North match at St. James Park, Brackley
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24/01/2015

There was no disguising the joy in the Lowestoft camp as they finally achieved that elusive first Vanarama Conference North victory away from home.

Danny Crow in action for Lowestoft against Hyde. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

Danny Crow’s arrival at Lowestoft has given the club a big lift according to joint manager Micky Chapman.

Action from the Vanarama Conference North match between Lowestoft Town and Hyde, 
Robert Eagle, who scored Lowestoft's first goal. Picture: Nick Butcher

Lowestoft Town eased to victory over Conference North basement boys, Hyde, after a fine display at Crown Meadow.

Newport's Danny Crow (left) celebrates after scoring at Brighton in the Capital One Cup in August 2013. Picture: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire.

Lowestoft Town have signed Danny Crow on an 18-month contract following his release by Newport County.

Tempers flare after a penalty is awarded to Hednesford during the Conference North match at Keys Park, Hednesford
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10/01/2015

Lowestoft Town’s management team were left wondering what they have done to upset Lady Luck once again as a hotly-disputed late penalty robbed them of a deserved point against Hednesford.

Lowestoft Town defenders Dan Gleeson and Curtis Haynes-Brown (background) have both had injury problems recently. Picture: Tom Smith/Focus Images

Lowestoft Town are likely to be without skipper Dan Gleeson as they go searching for their first away win of the season in the league at Hednesford.

Lowestoft Town joint manager Micky Chapman (left), joint manager Ady Gallagher (centre) and director of football Craig Fleming prior to the Conference North match at Kellamergh Park, Warton
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04/01/2015

Lowestoft Town joint manager Ady Gallagher feels a lack of a “little bit of belief” prevented his side recording a first away win of the season.

Lowestoft Town joint manager Micky Chapman (fourth left) watches Dean Mason of Lowestoft Town (right) in action during the Conference North match at Kellamergh Park, Warton
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04/01/2015

A new year but the same story as Lowestoft Town slipped to another defeat on the road in the Conference North.

Curtis Haynes-Brown is an injury worry for Lowestoft Town
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The full effects of a ‘ludicrous’ festive schedule will be assessed by Lowestoft Town’s management ahead of their long trip to Lancashire.

Lowestoft Town's Dean Mason (right) is tackled by Boston's Rene Steer, who was later sent off for his part in a brawl. 

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Director of football Craig Fleming was disgusted by the behaviour on display in an angry 20-man brawl during Lowestoft Town’s 1-1 draw with Boston United.

Conference North.
Lowestoft Town v Boston United at Crown Meadow, New Years Day.
Andrew Fisk.

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Penalty king Jack Ainsley rescued a point for Lowestoft Town in a dramatic second half against Boston United at Crown Meadow this afternoon.

Bradley Woods-Garness and his Lowestoft team-mates will be keen to turn the tables on Boston United, amber, this afternoon. Picture: ANDY KEARNS/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town are determined to not be part of a second eight-goal classic against Boston United in under a week.

Conference North.
Lowestoft Town v Gainsborough Trinity at Crown Meadow.
Robert Eagle.

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Joint manager Ady Gallagher feels Lowestoft Town can begin the new year in good spirits after finishing 2014 on a high.

Conference North.
Lowestoft Town v Gainsborough Trinity at Crown Meadow.
Jack Ainsley penalty.

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A goal in either half was enough for Lowestoft Town to earn a deserved 2-0 win against Gainsborough, to immediately bounce back from defeat at Boston on Boxing Day.

Sam Gaughran of Lowestoft Town (right) competing with Dayle Southwell of Boston United (left) during the Conference North match at the Jakesmans Stadium, Boston
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26/12/2014

Boston United and Lowestoft Town produced a real Christmas cracker for the 1,219 crowd, writes Terry Lynes.

Ady Gallagher. Picture: TOM SMITH/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town joint boss Ady Gallagher insists any new signings must buy into the team ethos that exists at Crown Meadow.

Jack Ainsley scored two penalties in Lowestoft's win over Chorley.

Lowestoft Town produced a superb team performance to defeat promotion chasers Chorley at Crown Meadow.

Lowestoft Town joint manager Micky Chapman. 
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Lowestoft Town joint boss Micky Chapman admitted his side had missed out on a big opportunity to make the last 32 of the FA Trophy after defeat to 10-man Dover Athletic.

Jack Ainsley is brought down by Dover goalkeeper, Andrew Rafferty, who was sent off.

There’s no shame in being beaten by opponents from the league above you.

FA Trophy 1st Round
Lowestoft Town v Dover Athletic United at Crown Meadow.
Jack Ainsley penalty.

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Lowestoft Town spurned a great chance to progress in the FA Trophy as they went down to 10-man Dover Athletic at Crown Meadow.

Erkan Okay has been in impressive form for Lowestoft since his return from a groin injury.

Erkan Okay doesn’t see any reason why Lowestoft Town’s season cannot end with a trip to Wembley.

Lowestoft Town manager Ady Gallagher before the Conference North match at Damson Park, Solihull
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06/12/2014

Ady Gallagher believes Lowestoft Town’s back-from-the-brink point at high-flying Solihull Moors left them with more positives than negatives.

Lowestoft Town applaud their travelling support after the Conference North match at Damson Park, Solihull
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06/12/2014

If ever there was a fixture which summed up the cliché ‘a game of two halves’, then this was it.

Lowestoft Town director of football Craig Fleming (left)  and Joint Lowestoft Town manager Ady Gallagher (right) during the Conference North match at the Lamb Ground, Tamworth
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02/12/2014

Lowestoft Town director of football Craig Fleming admits the Blues are wary of getting embroiled in a relegation battle after another away defeat at Tamworth.

Jake Reed of Lowestoft Town (left)  getsa shot away during the Conference North match at the Lamb Ground, Tamworth. Picture by Andy Kearns/Focus Images Ltd

Lowestoft failed to do the double over Tamworth despite a battling performance as they were undone by goals at the start and end of the game.

Lowestoft Town joint manager, Ady Gallagher during the FA Trophy match at Priory Lane, Eastbourne. 
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Lowestoft Town will play Dover Athletic in the first round proper of the FA Trophy after finally landing a home tie at the 15th time of asking.

Jake Reed ( L ) of Lowestoft Town celebrates after scoring the opening goal to make it 1-0 during the FA Trophy match at Priory Lane, Eastbourne
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29/11/2014

Supporters of Lowestoft Town will finally be able to see their team in major cup action on their own turf, after the Trawlerboys were drawn at home in the first round of the FA Trophy.

Jake Reed ( R)  of Lowestoft Town scores to make it 2-1 during the FA Trophy match at Priory Lane, Eastbourne
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29/11/2014

Two quality strikes by Jake Reed secured an FA Trophy first round proper slot for Lowestoft Town for the third time in five years.

Lowestoft Town director of football Craig Fleming.

Craig Fleming admits the spirit in the Lowestoft Town dressing room has been severely tested so far this season.

Lowestoft Town v North Ferriby United at Crown Meadow.

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Lowestoft Town always knew there were going to be days like these in the Conference North.

Jefferson Louis was on target for Lowestoft in their defeat to North Ferriby.

Lowestoft Town were well beaten by a classy North Ferriby side at Crown Meadow this afternoon.

Jefferson Louis has been transfer listed by Lowestoft Town.

Lowestoft Town striker Jefferson Louis has been told he can leave the club if the right offer comes in.

Dereham Town v Sholing in the FA Trophy. Photo: Steve Adams

The remarkable contrast in King’s Lynn Town’s and Lowestoft Town’s cup-draw fortunes continued at Wembley.

King's Lynn Town had plenty to celebrate on Saturday after they saw off Stourbridge to progress to the FA Trophy third qualifying round. Picture: TIM SMITH

The draw for the FA Trophy third qualifying round was made at Wembley this lunchtime.

Robert Eagle slides in to score the winner for Lowestoft against Tamworth at Crown Meadow. Picture: Nick Butcher

Anyone with a season ticket at Crown Meadow is certainly getting their money’s worth so far this season.

Lowestoft Town winger Robert Eagle. Picture Tom Smith/Focus Images

Robert Eagle admitted his match-winning second half display came with mixed emotions after seeing a red card for the second time this season.

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