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Lowestoft Town Football Club

Filming took place at Lowestoft Towns Crown Meadow ground as the 1966 World Cup Final highlights were recreated.

One is the home of English football and scene of its greatest ever victory.

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

Lowestoft Town have signed Rory McAuley from Chelmsford City on a long term deal.

Rossi Jarvis, left, and Shaun Bammant are among five players to commit their futures to Lowestoft Town. 

Picture: James Bass

Five players have committed their future to Lowestoft Town ahead of the club’s return to the Ryman League, including skipper Rossi Jarvis.

Damian Hilton and Wroxham have the FA to thank for keeping hold of their Step Four status. Picture: DANIEL HAMBURY

Wroxham are breathing a sigh of relief after being handed their second relegation reprieve in three seasons, writes Gavin Caney.

Gary Keyzor. Picture: MIKE HOWES

A week after going down MARK ARMSTRONG talks to Lowestoft Town chairman Gary Keyzor about what the future holds for the Blues.

Lowestoft with the trophy after beating Leiston 3-1 in the Suffolk Premier Cup Final match at Portman Road, Ipswich, on 04 May 2016.      
Picture: Steve Waller

Holders Lowestoft Town lifted the Suffolk Premier Cup for the 13th time last night and went some way to softening the blow of relegation from National League North, writes Chris Brammer.

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Lowestoft Town v Gloucester City at Crown Meadow.
 Michael Spillane leaving the pitch at the end of the game. 

Picture: James Bass

As Lowestoft’s players sunk to the turf, the Blues looked a tired football club in more ways than one.

Jake Reed, left, could be in Lowestoft's starting XI for their crucial clash this afternoon. Picture: FOCUS IMAGES

Deputy head of sport MARK ARMSTRONG sets the scene ahead of one of the biggest days in the Blues’ history.

Vanarama National Leage North Football action between Lowestoft Town and North Ferriby United. Ady Gallagher
PHOTO: Nick Butcher

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher is confident his side can shrug off their flat display against North Ferriby and finally secure National League North survival on Saturday.

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