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K&P notes by Stuart Baker

PUBLISHED: 11:27 18 April 2008 | UPDATED: 20:10 05 July 2010

K&P's football season appears to be pettering out into a damp squib, with two successive defeats… but maybe a change to Friday night football will do the trick.

K&P's football season appears to be pettering out into a damp squib, with two successive defeats… but maybe a change to Friday night football will do the trick.

They travel to The Walks tonight to meet Kings Lynn Reserves in the league for the game, which has been brought forward to allow everyone to support Chris Henderson and Scott Manning in their Youth Cup Final.

Next Tuesday it's off to Histon Reserves, 8pm, to no doubt play a strengthened Histon side that is fighting for survival at the bottom of the table.

The Reserves, who have come off the rails just lately, travel for the last ever time to Aldis Park to play Dereham Reserves who are moving into the Ridgeons Reserves League next year. K and P look likely to be pipped at the post and finish in fourth position.

The A team have finished their campaign, signing off with a 1-0 win over Carlton Rangers last week. Whilst the Youth, depending how they get on this week at Norwich United, could have a tasty finale at home next Wednesday night, April 23 at 7.45pm, when Gorleston Youth, who also need a win for the title, visit in the last match of the season.

The Vets first team are at home on Sunday to Albion Mills. The Vets Reserves are at Bury to face Macebearer and the Ladies are at Sudbury in the league plus there is also the Norwich v Ipswich Womens Cup final at Walmer Road on Sunday at 2.15pm.

The draw has been made for the annual Beccles Hospital Cup competition. K&P have been drawn against Bungay Town, while Beccles Caxton face Beccles Town.

Kick off times and dates for both games have yet to be confirmed.

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