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Lowestoft Town win the Suffolk Premier Cup for a thirteenth time. Retaining the trophy with a 3-1 win over Leiston at Portman Road.
Following a disappointing second half, Lowestoft Town can only manage a 1-1 draw with Gloucester City and are relegated on goal difference.
The battle for survival goes to the last game, as a depleted Lowestoft Town finish with ten men and lose 3-0 to a very good North Ferriby United side.
An Adam Smith free-kick in stoppage time grabs Lowestoft Town a huge point and keeps them two points above Brackley Town.
Lowestoft Town pull themselves out of the bottom three with a battling and deserved huge three points in a 2-1 home win over Worcester City
Lowestoft Town hit the woodwork twice as they get a great fighting point in a 1-1 draw at Gainsborough while Brackley draw and Telford lose.
In horrible conditions for football, Lowestoft Town and Curzon Ashton cancel each other out in a goalless draw at Crown Meadow.
A second lengthy away trip in four day was always going to test Lowestoft Town, who lose 4-0 at promotion chasing Harrogate Town.
Lowestoft Town show their fight again and get their reward this time, as Mason and Crow fire them to an important 2-0 win at Stockport County.
In atrocious conditions, Lowestoft Town put in a gallant performance as they slip to a narrow 1-0 defeat away to Nuneaton Town
In a hard game to play football on a very hard and bobbly pitch, it goes to extra-time (1-1) before Lowestoft Town beat Bury Town 3-2.
Despite a Reed penalty miss, an early Rossi Jarvis header proves enough for the three points as Lowestoft Town beat Gainsborough Trinity 1-0.
Lowestoft Town give a very good account of themselves and are unlucky not to get a point as table topping Solihull Moors edge a 2-1 win
On an incredibly difficult pitch to play football, Lowestoft Town slip to a damaging 2-1 home defeat against fellow strugglers Brackley Town.
In a scrappy game of few chances, Chorley edge it for the three points with a second goal in stoppage time to beat Lowestoft Town 2-0.
Lowestoft Town and Hednesford Town battle out a goalless draw at Crown Meadow, on a very heavy pitch to take a point a piece.
Lowestoft Town follow up Tuesday nights win with a richly deserved three points, in an accomplished 3-0 home win over Bradford Park Avenue.
Lowestoft Town put in a driven and fighting performance to get a fantastic three points in a 3-1 home win over promotion chasing AFC Fylde.
Lowestoft Town slip deeper into trouble with a 2-0 defeat at home to Stalybridge Celtic.
Lowestoft Town lose 6-1 at FC United of Manchester who fully deserve the win but the margin of victory wasn't a fair reflection on the football played
Despite their best efforts in the face of adversity; Lowestoft Town lose 3-1 away to Sutton United in the farcically arranged FA Trophy first round.
Lowestoft Town are on the end of a couple of questionable officiating decisions, as Boston United get the three points in a 4-1 win.
In an eight goal thriller, Lowestoft Town twice come from behind before going on to win 5-3 at Corby Town for the second win of the festive period.
A fully focused Lowestoft Town give their supporters a Boxing Day treat with a fantastic 3-0 home win over promotion chasing Boston United.
In a game of few chances it's disappointment for the Trawlerboys as Spillane sees red and Lowestoft lose 1-0 at fellow strugglers AFC Telford United.
Lowestoft Town book a semi-final place against Bury Town in the Suffolk Premier Cup with a 4-2 quarter-final win away at Haverhill Rovers.
In very windy conditions, a Reed goal and a battling Lowestoft Town performance earns the three points with a 1-0 win over Alfreton Town.
Reed, Ainsley (pen), Crow and Woods-Garness goals see Lowestoft Town through to the 1st round of the FA Trophy as they beat St Albans City 4-0.
Lowestoft Town score in the dying seconds of the game and come back from two goals down to grab a 2-2 draw at home to Stockport County.
Jake Reed finally makes it an away day to remember for Lowestoft Town.
Lowestoft Town put in a very good performance against high-flying and unbeaten Solihull Moors to get a great point in a 2-2 draw at Crown Meadow.
Lowestoft Town are in the game until the referee falls for simulation and delivers a 'Halloween Horror' decision to reduce blues to ten in away defeat
Lowestoft Town have a game to well and truly forget, as they slump to another defeat with a 4-0 loss against Tamworth at Crown Meadow.
Goals from Shaun Bammant and Danny Crow see Lowestoft Town progress in the Suffolk Premier Cup with a 2-0 home win over Hadleigh United
Lowestoft Town put in a fully committed and deserving performance but football is such a cruel game as they lose 2-1 at home to Harrogate Town
Crown Meadow (Amber Dew Events Stadium) Love Road Lowestoft Suffolk NR32 2PA View with Google Maps
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