Trawler Boys sign off in style
Champions Lowestoft Town signed off in style with a 6-2 win over Walsham-le-Willows, on Saturday. This match, played in a party atmosphere, became a one-sided contest, with Marcus Saunders playing his final game for the club.
CHAMPIONS Lowestoft Town signed off in style with a 6-2 win over Walsham-le-Willows, on Saturday.
This match, played in a party atmosphere, became a one-sided contest, with Marcus Saunders playing his final game for the club.
The hosts took a 10th minute lead through Hilton's powerful header from a Carl Poppy corner. They increased their advantage after 40 minutes when Jamie Godbold hit home from 12 yards after good work by Reece Hunn.
The visitors, who only had one shot in the first half, went further behind when an unmarked Richard Woodrow squeezed the ball past Lynne to make it 3-0.
You may also want to watch:
McGee had two more good chances but it was Godbold who further increased the lead with a shot the keeper could not hold.
After 74 minutes a rare attack by Walsham saw a penalty awarded for a push and Andrew Cusack convert from the spot.
- 1 City's Giannoulis move enters the end game
- 2 Paddy Davitt: Player ratings after Canaries' 2-1 Cardiff win
- 3 Farke reveals Buendia concerns and fitness updates on Pukki and Krul after 2-1 Cardiff win
- 4 Paddy Davitt verdict: Relentless City operating on a different level
- 5 Paddy's Pointers: Five observations from the Canaries' 2-1 Championship win against Cardiff City
- 6 'My journey has been life-changing' - Cantwell reflects on three years since his City debut
- 7 Hugill stepped up when Norwich City needed him with determined display at Cardiff
- 8 'We need to pull our weight' - City skipper relieved to end his goal drought
- 9 Watch extended highlights of Norwich City's win at Cardiff
- 10 'As good as I've seen him!' - City fans laud Cantwell performance
Godbold completed his hat-trick in the 76th minute in acres of space, before Woodrow slid in the sixth under the keeper before Walsham scored a late consolation goal by Ross.
The league trophy was presented to Lowestoft in front of a crowd of 852.