Football fans will be in for a treat – as a Friday night non-league fixture takes centre stage.
Kirkley & Pakefield head into a tough spell in good spirits after recording their second win of the season on Tuesday evening.
Kirkley & Pakefield put in a fine battling performances to come away from Saffron Walden with a draw - and with a bit of luck they could have picked up all three Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division points.
Unbeaten second-placed Felixstowe & Walton provided the opposition for Kirkley & Pakefield on Tuesday evening.
Kirkley and Pakefield claimed an eye-catching pre-season win at neighbours Lowestoft Town on Saturday.
Saturday saw another very disappointing day on the road for Kirkley & Pakefield FC when they suffered their sixth consecutive away defeat going down to second from bottom FC Clacton by two late goals.
The long journey to Saffron Walden on Saturday saw a weakened Kirkley & Pakefield, without the injured Lewis Hammond and unavailable Ross King, fall to a 3-1 defeat.
Friday evening saw Kirkley & Pakefield travel to Emerald Park, Gorleston for a derby with neighbours Gorleston and slipped to a 3-1 defeat.
Kirkley & Pakefield were in action against last season’s Division One champions Wivenhoe Town and won 4-1 to complete a quick double, having won 3-0 a few weeks ago in Essex.
On a cold, wet and gloomy Saturday, Kirkley & Pakefield played hosts to Ipswich Wanderers at Walmer Road.
max temp: 12°C
min temp: 9°C
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