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K&P aim to bounce back

PUBLISHED: 07:00 21 November 2008 | UPDATED: 21:50 05 July 2010

Action from the FA Vase clash between Kirkley & Pakefield, blue, and Dereham Town. PICTURE: JAMES BASS

Action from the FA Vase clash between Kirkley & Pakefield, blue, and Dereham Town. PICTURE: JAMES BASS

Kirkley & Pakefield FC club notes by Stuart Baker

AS the daylight grows shorter, K&P's performances grow darker by the hour.

It is imperative they get back to winning ways against Wisbech tomorrow, who are under new management.

Kirkley & Pakefield FC club notes by Stuart Baker

AS the daylight grows shorter, K&P's performances grow darker by the hour.

It is imperative they get back to winning ways against Wisbech tomorrow, who are under new management. The game kicks off at Walmer Road at 3pm.

They have just appointed Gary Setchell, the former Swaffham player as manager.

Tomorrow's match is being sponsored by John Moore and the match ball is sponsored by General Capital Finance.

K&P can get back to the training beat next week as there is no midweek match due to Leiston's involvement in the Suffolk Premier Cup.

This KO cup match has been put back to December 17.

K&P Reserves are on their travels to Long Stratton tomorrow and on Tuesday they have a quick rematch with Corton in the league this time, 7.45pm kick off.

The A team, after a superb 1-0 home win over the previously unbeaten league leaders Hearts of Oak, are on their travels tomorrow. They have another tough encounter at Denes High School against second-placed Blundeston Magpies, 2pm KO.

The B team are at home at Walmer Road against Waveney A, 2pm KO.

K&P youth have had two tough matches in the past two weeks.

Firstly at Wroxham they soared into a 2-0 lead with the prolific Taz Grint and James Bemmant on the mark. But Wroxham, fired up by manager Carpenter, came back to win a thriller 3-2.

Ollie Windrup saw red from an over officious official.

Then without three of their best players - Bemmant, Blowers and Hammond - the team put up a super show of grit and determination to come back from a goal scored by Norwich United at Walmer Road on Wednesday night to earn a good point.

Yet again Taz Grint, who must be destined for bigger things, got the goal in a five star show.

Next week, the youth team travel to Emerald Park on Wednesday night to meet Gorleston Youth in the league.

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