The Non-League Football Paper - - BOSTIK LEAGUE - By Char­lie Kelly

BURGESS HILL fell to a se­vere bout of in­con­sis­tency, fol­low­ing up a five-one home vic­tory on Tues­day evening with a five-goal home ham­mer­ing at the hands of Lowestoft yes­ter­day.

Lowestoft kicked-off be­low the Hil­lians in the league ta­ble but lead on 14 min­utes and never looked back.

Cruise Nyadzayo broke the brief dead­lock when he net­ted the re­bound af­ter an ini­tial ef­fort by pro­lific striker Jamie Reed.

The Hil­lians pressed for an equaliser with in-form striker Bran­don Diau, but could not find a so­lu­tion.

And the Trawler­boys dou­bled their ad­van­tage in the 35th minute, through danger­man Reed.

Jacek Zielonka made it three for Lowestoft five min­utes af­ter the half-time in­ter­val.

And, seven min­utes later, Reed added his sec­ond to make it 4-0.

The Hil­lians con­tin­ued to push for a con­so­la­tion goal.

But Trawler­boys sub­sti­tute Josh Green­leaf, who re­placed the scorer of their first goal Nyadzayo, net­ted their last goal, with 15 min­utes left.

STAR MAN: Jake Reed (Lowestoft Town) EN­TER­TAIN­MENT:

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