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Jake Reed netted for the Blues last night. Picture: JAMES BASS

Hitman Jake Reed opened his account for the season as the Blues returned to winning ways.

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Shaun Bammant is available for Lowestoft Town's trip to Billericay, after serving a three-game suspension. Picture: James Bass

Lowestoft Town’s players must accept they will be a prized scalp for teams in the Ryman Premier this season, manager Ady Gallagher has warned.

Women's Premier League action between Lowestoft, blue, and Norwich City. Ellen Swift doubles her account. Picture: SARAH JAMES

Norwich City claimed the Women’s Premier League’s first East Anglian derby bragging rights of the season by producing a five-star display at Lowestoft Town.

Norwich, green, will lock horns with another blue-shirted rival tomorrow. Picture: SARAH JAMES

Two East Anglian rivals will lock horns tomorrow – and Ipswich Town will not be involved.

Manager Ady Gallagher saw his Lowestoft Town team beaten 1-0 by Tonbridge Angels at Crown Meadow. Picture: Focus Images

Lowestoft Town’s unbeaten start to their Ryman Premier Division campaign has been brought to an end by a disappointing 1-0 home defeat to Tonbridge Angels.

Jamie Forshaw is hoping his days at Lowestoft are a lot less like they were back in 2010. Picture: DANIEL CHESTERTON

Jamie Forshaw is ready to make up for lost time with Lowestoft Town, according to boss Ady Gallagher, writes Mark Armstrong.

Jamie Forshaws goal was enough to earn Lowestoft Town a point at home to Needham Market. 

Picture: James Bass

The first competitive meeting for six years between these two Suffolk rivals ended all square in a game which could have gone either way.

Lowestoft got their season up and running with a victory.

Lowestoft got their season off to a winning start after enduring a horrendous eight-hour journey to the Sussex coast which saw two coach breakdowns before arriving at the ground an hour after the advertised kick-off time.

Frazer Blake-Tracy, right, could make his Lowestoft debut at Bognor Regis. Picture: Matthew Usher

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher insists his side are ready to banish the ghosts of last season and launch a successful Ryman League Premier campaign.

Connor Deeks ensured Lowestoft enjoyed a winning end to their summer programme. Picture: JAMES BASS

Gorleston exited the FA Cup in humiliating style after being hammered 8-0 at Peterborough Sports.

Food for thought for Dale Brooks. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Lowestoft Town’s players have been told to buck their ideas up if they want to hit the ground running in the Ryman League.

Dylan Edge, front right, found the net at The Walks this afternoon. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

The Linnets rounded off their pre-season programme with a morale-boosting victory against same-level Lowestoft.

Dean Miller makes a vital challenge during his time at Swaffham - skills Wisbech St Mary will be keen for him to replicate this season. Picture: EDDIE DEANE

Wisbech St Mary will kickstart a new era this afternoon when they officially begin life at their highest-ever level.

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