Lowestoft Town 4 Harlow Town 0
Lowestoft Town grab another three points as Jake Reed hits a hat-trick in a superb 4-0 home win over Harlow Town.
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Lowestoft Town: Waite, Barker, Cole, Spillane, Blake-Tracy, Marsden (Henderson 76 mins), Fisk, Rossi Jarvis, Ryan Jarvis, Hodd (Forshaw 82 mins), Reed
Subs not used; Smith, Joel Glover, Josh Glover
Harlow Town: Hughes, Pope, Eadie, Moges, Sonko, Simms, Small (Perkins 72 mins), Muguo (Cornwell 72 mins), Reed, Noto, Benjamin (Agbe 60 mins),
Subs not used; Thompson (only fours subs named)
Lowestoft Town made one enforced change to their starting line-up from the win at Grays Athletic, as the suspended McAuley was replaced by Barker. Joel Glover came into the squad on the bench.
1-0 Lowestoft Town Goal (52 mins)
Some neat play around the box ends with Ryan Jarvis being slotted in superbly by Fisk to dink the ball over the keeper for his first of the season.
2-0 Lowestoft Town Goal (56 mins)
A great ball from Marsden gives Jake Reed the opportunity to round the keeper before slotting home a composed finish to double the blues lead.
3-0 Lowestoft Town Goal (72 mins)
A cut-back from the byline by Hodd, presents Jake Reed with a simple tap-in for his second of the match and the third goal for the Trawlerboys.
4-0 Lowestoft Town Goal (90 mins)
The two subs, Forshaw and Henderson combined well to present Jake Reed with his hat-trick, as he finished from six yards and secured the three points in a convincing win for the Trawlerboys.
Lowestoft Town Man of the Match – Jake Reed
Special mention also to Hodd, who ran Reed very close for the Man of the Match honours.
Match reports and photos can be viewed via the following sources:-
Lowestoft Journal – CLICK HERE
BBC Radio Suffolk Interview with Ady Gallagher - CLICK HERE
Harlow Town – None available
Match Photos (by Shirley Whitlow) – CLICK HERE
Lowestoft Town are back in action tomorrow night (Tuesday), when they will be looking to make it three wins on the bounce but face a tough test as Dulwich Hamlet visit Crown Meadow (7:45pm kick-off).