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Lowestoft Town swoop for Bury Town midfielder

11:37 18 June 2012

Lowestoft Town have raided Suffolk rivals Bury Town once again with the signing of Lee Smith.

The 24-year-old has put pen-to-paper on a two-year deal at Crown Meadow and follows in the footsteps of Danny Cunningham, who also crossed the divide earlier this month.

Smith has been the Trawlerboys’ number one target this summer as the Blues management team look to launch another all-out assault on promotion.

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