Last night's game was Gary McCann's 500th in charge as manager since he took over in February 2005. Despite another hard working performance from the squad, the game ended in defeat as Lowestoft converted a late spot kick.
Gary is the club's longest serving manager, and having also made 196 appearances as a player, the game against Bury Town later this month will be his 700th game as a player or a manager.
So far in his reign as manager he has overseen 385 league games (148 wins and 527 points) and 115 cup games (59 wins and 2 trophies). In total the club have scored 796 goals and conceded 731.
There have been plenty of highlights during his time as manager so far, including two appearances in the first round of the FA Cup, the two final wins in the London Senior Cup, and spells challenging at the top end of the table.
Everyone at the club congratulates Gary on this excellent milestone, and we all hope that there are many more games to come under his fantastic leadership.