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Goalscorer credits Luke's aid

Goalscorer credits Luke's aid

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Weekend goalscorer Keith Lowe believes Luke Summerfield's set-piece deliveries will continue to boost his own goal-tally for the season.

"I should have scored right at the end as well on Saturday" - Keith Lowe
The two former Cheltenham Town players combined for Lowe to head in his second goal in four games during the weekend
1-1 draw at Exeter City.

That was sufficient to extend the visitors' current unbeaten run in regular season league matches to a record-equalling twenty-one games.

"Luke's always been able to put in a great ball and I got on the end of four corners [at Exeter], which is brilliant," Lowe told The Press. "The longer that continues, hopefully, the more goals I will get.

"I should have scored right at the end as well on Saturday. The ball dropped over their player's head and I just lost sight of it, so it hit me in the face more than me heading it," he added. "But I was very happy with the goal I scored and I've got two for the season already, which is a good return."

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Date:Tuesday August 26 2014
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