Lowestoft Town Football Club

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.

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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. 
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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.

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