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May 20 2013 Latest news:
A two-day celebration of cycling in Lowestoft has been hailed as a “fantastic” success.
Jedward are coming to Lowestoft!
This world premiere performance at Norwich Puppet Theatre was something of a curate’s egg.
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Lowestoft Town’s season ended with a whimper last night at Portman Road as they were well beaten by Bury Town in the final of the Suffolk Premier Cup.
The recriminations threaten to be long and painful over the summer for Lowestoft Town – but Ady Gallagher believes the Trawlerboys will be stronger next season after another dose of play-off pain.
Lowestoft Town striker Chris Henderson admits that Tuesday’s Suffolk Premier Cup final feels “pointless” following their Ryman League play-off heartbreak.
Lowestoft Town FC suffered a third year of play-off agony, after falling at the final hurdle once more in their pursuit of promotion to the Conference.
Joint manager Micky Chapman admitted the present hurts too much for Lowestoft Town to start thinking about the future beyond a third year of play-off heartbreak.
Norfolk captain Chris Brown shook off a fever which gave him a sleepless night before his team’s crucial MCCA Trophy battle with Lincoln at Manor Park – and went on to play a crucial part with bat and ball to help secure a nail-biting victory.
Norfolk skipper Chris Brown admits Michael Eccles’ early season form was simply too good to ignore after recalling the Swardeston paceman for tomorrow’s MCCA Knockout Trophy clash against Lincolnshire.
Cromer’s re-introduction to the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division could hardly have been tougher – but so far Tom Davies’ newly promoted side have coped admirably.