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Bragging rights at stake

PUBLISHED: 10:47 14 March 2008 | UPDATED: 19:54 05 July 2010

Kirkley and Pakefield FC Notes by Stuart G Baker



BOTH sides have local derbies tomorrow, the first team will be looking for their fifth double of the season when they travel to the Crown Meadow for a visit to FA Vase semi finalists, having beaten them Boxing Day 4-2 at Walmer Road.

Kirkley and Pakefield FC Notes by Stuart G Baker

BOTH sides have local derbies tomorrow, the first team will be looking for their fifth double of the season when they travel to the Crown Meadow for a visit to FA Vase semi finalists, having beaten them Boxing Day 4-2 at Walmer Road.

The reserves will also be keen to achieve a double when they visit Sole Bay having won 2-1 at home in September. The first team's next game will be on Good Friday night 7.45 kick off against Woodbridge at home, looks like a full side will be available for manager Nick Shorten.The A team, in a bad run, visit Oxford Arms on Saturday and the Youth team are away at Plantation Park again this week to take on Norwich United youth.

On Sunday, the Vets first team have their biggest ever game, a semi-final in the Knockout Cup at Woodbridge Town FC to face Melton Vets. The Vets seniors side, led by Mike Linehan, are at home to E.ON in a quarter final tie also on Sunday. The Ladies are in league action at Sudbury on Sunday as well.

The club presentation night is on Saturday, May 17 in the marquee and the Alan Kennedy gentlemans evening is Thursday, May 22.

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