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PUBLISHED: 07:00 20 February 2009 | UPDATED: 22:32 05 July 2010

Kirkley & Pakefield FC club notes by Stuart Baker

WITH the pitch at Walsham-le-Willows resembling a plum pudding, the match was duly postponed last Saturday and will now be played on Saturday, March 28.

Kirkley & Pakefield FC club notes by Stuart Baker

WITH the pitch at Walsham-le-Willows resembling a plum pudding, the match was duly postponed last Saturday and will now be played on Saturday, March 28.

There are another two matches in five days hopefully for K&P this week, starting tomorrow with a home match against the relegation haunted Harwich & Parkeston side from Essex, who are under the leadership of the charismatic, much-travelled Mark Morsley, who has had spells at Needham Market, Sudbury and Brantham.

Harwich are currently six from bottom with 25 points.

Moving onto next Wednesday night and there's a quick chance of a double at Woodbridge, 7.45pm, after K&P thrashed the Woodpeckers 5-0 at Walmer Road in January.

The signs “under new management” went up last week, but there was a similar looking result - a defeat at Wroxham, which puts them in deep trouble at the foot of the league table.

The Harwich match tomorrow will be preceded by a lunch served up by The Hog Roast Company and a few spaces still remain, see Keith Cotterill for details.

The Reserves are on their travels to Laundry Lane tomorrow to meet current league leaders St Andrews, 2.30pm kick off, in a vital promotion match with James Hutchinson's team in third place.

K&P A are in league action away at Normanston Park against Pot Black (2.30pm) while the B team have a quick rematch against Lake Lothing in the John Moore Shield at Walmer Road, 2pm KO.

The youth team make the short trip to Emerald Park next Wednesday night to play Gorleston Youth.

Diary dates for forthcoming weeks include the following: Saturday, May 9 presentation night, Friday May 15 gentleman's evening with guest speaker Ronnie Whelan - the former Liverpool and Republic of Ireland international - plus a top northern comedian will also be present, with tickets out soon for both events.

Two clubs have applied for Ridgeons League status next year - they are Team Bury from the Essex and Suffolk Border League and Framlingham Town of the SIL league.

K&P Reserves will be hosting Framlingham in a friendly at on Saturday, March 21 at 2.30pm.

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