“I am going to miss football massively – if circumstances were any different I am sure I would have carried on.”
Lowestoft Town made it two wins in the space of four days to move up to the heady heights of 16th in the table.
Lowestoft Town needed just one point to confirm their step three status for next season - but they took all three from a pulsating five-goal thriller.
Lowestoft Town’s first ever Southern League double, secured after a 3-1 win at Hitchin, gave the Trawlerboys their third successive away win and, more importantly, went a long way to guaranteeing survival.
Lowestoft Town have safety in their sights ahead of this Saturday’s clash with Coalville Town at the Amber Dew Events Stadium.
Lowestoft travelled to the Southern Premier Central’s current form team and confirmed what has been said all season – that with a full squad and on a decent pitch they are a match for anyone.
Three second-half goals put Lowestoft Town to the sword at Crown Meadow as Rushall Olympic emerged with all three points.
Lowestoft Town will be aiming to take another big step towards safety after picking up two tremendous results against fellow strugglers.
In-form striker Jake Reed made it back-to-back hat-tricks as Lowestoft Town recorded another impressive win to move five points clear of the relegation zone.
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