Lowestoft Town have ‘turned the corner’
Lowestoft Town joint boss Ady Gallagher believes the Blues are over their blip in form despite seeing his side once again pegged back in the title race against East Thurrock United on Tuesday night.
The Trawlerboys were frustrated in their efforts to keep up the pressure on rivals Billericay and AFC Hornchurch at Crown Meadow against the Rocks but Gallagher is adamant the club are over their poor run after much improved displays against Aveley and Metropolitan Police.
'I'm happy generally that we've got through our little spell,' said Gallagher, whose side face a tough trip to Lewes this weekend (kick-off 3pm).
'We've had a couple of wins with two clean sheets – I don't think we should beat ourselves up too much about our performance (against East Thurrock).
'After Saturday's exertions it would have been great to get another win tonight but we showed a lot of resilience to come from behind and get a point.
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'Over the two games against Met Police and East Thurrock I think we probably would have said that four points would be great.
'It's just a little bit frustrating that after getting three points on Saturday that we couldn't back it up.'
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AFC Hornchurch got their season back on track with victory at Carshalton after a recent wobble to close the gap on leaders Billericay but Gallagher insists he is not concerned about the plight of his championship rivals.
'I don't think there's any point in worrying about it to be honest. We can't affect what other teams do.
'There's 10 games left and there's going to be twists and turns and I don't think it's worth really worrying about where you are until the last two or three games.
'We obviously don't want to drop too many points because it then gives others the opportunity to maybe push on.
'I don't necessarily think the winner of the league will come from the top three at the minute.
'If we get too caught on what we're all doing then someone else could sneak up and cause a problem.'
Dale Cockrill has started training again after a back problem but is unlikely to be in consideration for tomorrow's visit to The Dripping Pan while Greg Crane is still trying to shake off a hamstring strain.