Kirkley & Pakefield 1 Long Melford 0
Although last week’s Friday night Thurlow Nunn Premier Division match at Walmer Road brought in a respectable attendance of 160 in miserable weather the match itself did not live up to expectations.
After their midweek FA Cup defeat Kirkley & Pakefield were back in Thurlow Nunn Premier Division League action on Saturday, welcoming promoted Framlingham to Walmer Road for the first time in a league match.
Kirkley & Pakefield will be aiming to carry on where they left off when the new Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division season gets under way at the weekend.
Kirkley & Pakefield travelled to play Stanway Rovers at the Hawthorns last Saturday in their final Thurlow Nunn Premier Division League match on the season.
With many local games off again Walmer Road survived an early morning inspection on Saturday.
Kirkley & Pakefield travelled to play Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division newcomers Haverhill Borough on the new Haverhill Community 3G Arena.
On a bright but cold Boxing Day morning a good crowd at Walmer Road saw Kirkley & Pakefield bounce back from Saturday’s home defeat by seeing off Wroxham.
Kirkley & Pakefield started their Thurlow Nunn League Christmas programme with the visit of fourth-placed Brantham Athletic.
Kirkley and Pakefield maintained their impressive form in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division on Saturday with a comfortable win over struggling Ipswich Wanderers.
Kirkley & Pakefield turned on the style on the road to record their first double of the season on Saturday.
Kirkley & Pakefield made it a nine-match unbeaten run last Saturday at Walmer Road when they overcame their latest opponents Saffron Walden Town 2-0.
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