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.
The fireworks arrived early at Walmer Road last Saturday when Kirkley & Pakefield entertained Newmarket Town.
Kirkley & Pakefield overhauled a two goal deficit in the final 22 minutes to record a dramatic win in the Thurlow Nunn League Challenge Cup at Walmer Road on Tuesday evening.
Jack Herbert’s late goal helped Kirkley & Pakefield to a dramatic win on Saturday.
Kirkley & Pakefield continued their climb up the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division table on Tuesday when they recorded a second win in the space of four days.
Tuesday evening was derby time up the A47 at The Wellesley with Great Yarmouth Town hosting Kirkley & Pakefield in a league match.
Kirkley & Pakefield returned home empty handed from Emerald Park on Tuesday evening after seeing their good work undone by a late goal.
Kirkley & Pakefield were back in action at Walmer Road on Tuesday evening when Division One side Norwich United Reserves were the visitors for a Thurlow Nunn League Challenge KO Cup match.
For their Thurlow Nunn Premier Division League match last Saturday winless Kirkley & Pakefield welcomed newly-promoted Haverhill Borough, still looking for their first point of the season.
Last Saturday’s Thurlow Nunn Premier Division League match saw Kirkley & Pakefield pick up a useful point at the impressive Glassworld Stadium, home of Histon Town.
Kirkley & Pakefield were back in league action on Tuesday evening when they recorded a hard-fought goalless draw at Thetford Town, who had made an impressive start to the season.
Kirkley and Pakefield’s Thurlow Nunn League season got off to a disappointing start on Tuesday evening when they were beaten 4-0 by Gorleston at Walmer Road.
The new season at Walmer Road started last Saturday with Kirkley & Pakefield entertaining Saffron Walden Town in the FA Cup extra preliminary round.
A good size crowd were at Walmer Road on Saturday to watch Kirkley & Pakefield play their final game of the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division season against Long Melford.
Kirkley & Pakefield were unable to make it two home wins in the space of three days on Easter Monday after failing to build on a brilliant opener from Ross King against Stanway Rovers.
An under-strength, youthful looking Kirkley & Pakefield had the daunting task of travelling to play championship chasing Felixstowe & Walton, who were unchanged and fresh from their 6-0 midweek win over Gorleston.
Kirkley & Pakefield entertained Ely City in a re-arranged Thurlow Nunn Premier Division League match on Tuesday, created after a successful FA Vase run by the Robins to the last 16.
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.
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