Slideshow: Lowestoft put 4 past Wisbech
RIDGEONS LEAGUE, PREMIER DIVISION Lowestoft Town 4 Wisbech Town 1 A FIRST-HALF brace from striker Russell Stock saw Lowestoft secure their 11th win from their first 12 league games. Saturday s biggest Ridgeons League crowd, 572, saw the Trawler Boys domi
RIDGEONS LEAGUE, PREMIER DIVISION
Lowestoft Town 4 Wisbech Town 1
A FIRST-HALF brace from striker Russell Stock saw Lowestoft secure their 11th win from their first 12 league games.
Saturday's biggest Ridgeons League crowd, 572, saw the Trawler Boys dominate from start to finish with Jamie Godbold adding a third five minutes after half-time and although defender Anthony Reeve gave the Fenmen a glimmer of hope Ali McKenna completed the scoring in added time to maintain The Blues six-point gap at the top over Wivenhoe Town, who hammered Whitton United 10-0 at Broad Lane on the same day.
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Wisbech boss Steve Taylor said: "We can take some credit away from our performance and I thought we had a real go at them in the second half but we were already 3-0 down by that point and they defended well.
"Lowestoft are a very good side and they scored right on the stroke of half-time and then again in injury time so maybe the score-line was a bit harsh on us."
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Wisbech are away to away to Needham Market tomorrow.
The Suffolk side are 10th with 16 points and suffered a 3-1 defeat at Ely City on Saturday.
Wisbech are now 16th with 13 points but have games in hand over most teams, having played just nine league matches.