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K&P look for revenge

PUBLISHED: 08:00 04 April 2008 | UPDATED: 20:01 05 July 2010

Kirkley & Pakefield club notes by Stuart G Baker

IT'S the penultimate home match in the league tomorrow for K&P when Harwich and Parkeston come to Walmer Road.

Kirkley & Pakefield club notes by Stuart G Baker

IT'S the penultimate home match in the league tomorrow for K&P when Harwich and Parkeston come to Walmer Road.

The Shrimpers scored a dramatic two goal salvo in the final two minutes at the Royal Oak, in November, to inflict a savage 2-1 defeat, so K&P will be out for revenge. Kick-off is 3pm.

Chris Henderson is suspended, but Jamie Stokeld could return.

Nathan Stone may be missing through injury.

The reserves' rollercoaster season has two games to go and tomorrow they are at the bottom of the table Fakenham Reserves.

It looks like a top five place for the team in a season that has fizzled out somewhat.

The A team, after a 0-0 draw at home to Spexhall last week, travel to Sole Bay reserves for their penultimate league game.

The Youth team have three matches left and go in search of the championship at Dereham on Tuesday night.

The Vets first team finally hope to get their KO cup match at Melton played on Sunday, all support welcome. The Ladies play Histon at home in the JB Cup on Sunday. The Halesworth Hospital Charity Cup between Halesworth and K&P Reserves takes place at Walmer Road on Friday, April 11, 7.30pm kick-off.


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