AFC Sudbury 2 Lowestoft Town 1
Both sets of fans are treated to a great and high tempo match but it’s AFC Sudbury who progress in the League Cup with a 2-1 win over Lowestoft Town.
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Lowestoft Town: Waite, Barker, Cole, McAuley, Blake-Tracy, Marsden, Spillane, Rossi Jarvis, Smith, Henderson (Joel Glover 63 mins), Forshaw (Fitzgerald 83 mins)
Subs not used; Jessup, Josh Glover (only four named)
AFC Sudbury: Garnham, Ferlonge, Wilkinson, Tann, Henshaw, Baker, Bantick (French 83 mins), Clarke (Robinson 63 mins), Wales (Mallardo 76 mins), Eagle, Greene
Subs not used; Wright, Peters
Lowestoft Town went into the game still low on numbers with Bammant (ankle) and Ryan Jarvis (broken finger) injured, Reed unwell and Fisk and Deeks unavailable.
Bammant is currently awaiting a scan on his ankle to asses the problem, while Ryan Jarvis is close to making a return after surgery on a broken finger. Reed is expected to recover for the next match and Fisk will also make a return. However, Deeks is still currently unavailable to play.
1-0 AFC Sudbury Goal (63 mins)
I tired looking pass by Rossi Jarvis is latched onto and with Bantick being played in on the right of the box, he drills it home for the lead.
1-1 Lowestoft Town Goal (68 mins)
A corner from Smith is attacked by a number of blue shirts but it's Travis Cole who gets his head to it and levels the match up.
2-1 AFC Sudbury Goal (74 mins)
Scorer of the first Sudbury goal, Bantick picked up the ball in midfield and drove forward before unleashing a great strike to restore the lead for the hosts.
Lowestoft Town Man of the Match – Travis Cole
Match reports and photos can be viewed via the following sources:-
Lowestoft Journal – Not Available
AFC Sudbury – CLICK HERE
Match Photos (by Shirley Whitlow) – CLICK HERE
Lowestoft Town are not in action this Saturday, as their originally planed match at home to Dulwich Hamlet has been re-arranged due to Dulwich Hamlet being in FA Cup action. The Trawlerboys will next be in action when Canvey Island visit Crown Meadow on Tuesday 20th September 2016 (7:45pm kick-off).