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PUBLISHED: 07:00 05 December 2008 | UPDATED: 21:56 05 July 2010

KIRKLEY & Pakefield return to home soil for a couple of matches in the next five days after a couple of morale-boosting away victories.

And if results go their way, could find themselves propelled up to second spot in the table come Wednesday night.

KIRKLEY & Pakefield return to home soil for a couple of matches in the next five days after a couple of morale-boosting away victories.

And if results go their way, could find themselves propelled up to second spot in the table come Wednesday night.

The first encounter is tomorrow 3pm, when Wisbech are here after the postponement a couple of weeks ago through the snow.

Under the new leadership of Gary Setchell, Wisbech will face a K&P side minus the suspended Justin Fox and Danny Tacon.

Fox also misses Wednesday night's clash with Dereham at home, kick-off 7.45pm.

But as one door closes another one opens for the members of the K&P squad who are building up a strong bench now with Jordan Blyth and Rob Horton joining the ranks at Wroxham.

It's six out of the next seven fixtures at home for K&P, up to January 3.

The only away match is the short trek to the meadow to face Lowestoft on Saturday, December 27, 3pm kick-off.

If successful in the KO cup on Wednesday, December 17, at home to Leiston, K&P will be away to Halstead in the quarter finals.

Tomorrow's match is being sponsored by the Armstrong family and the match ball by General Capital Finance.

No match for the reserves tomorrow


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