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K&P set for make or break week

PUBLISHED: 10:21 24 October 2008 | UPDATED: 21:36 05 July 2010

Kirkley and Pakefield FC notes by Stuart Baker

IT could be a make or break week for K&P with two tough home fixtures against Mildenhall tomorrow (3pm) and next Wednesday night (7.

Kirkley and Pakefield FC notes by Stuart Baker

IT could be a make or break week for K&P with two tough home fixtures against Mildenhall tomorrow (3pm) and next Wednesday night (7.45pm) against the all conquering Leiston side.

Victories would propel K&P into the top six, whereas two defeats and it could be a bottom half dozen placing for the team who have been ravaged by injuries to Ian Dawson, Louis Blois, Allicion Blake, Scott Manning and long term victims Bodie Carter and Rob Horton.

Mildenhall's visit will see K&P out for revenge for last week's 2-1 defeat in the Suffolk Premier Cup.

The pre-match lunch before the Wivenhoe match on Saturday, November 8 is taking shape but there are still some places - see the gastronomic guru Keith Cotterill for more details.

K&P Reserves also have a tough double header coming up in the next week. Tomorrow they travel, with a 2pm earlier kick off, to a rejuvenated Stalham Town side under the leadership of former Norwich City star Glen Self and Carl Nicholls.

Then on Tuesday night (7.30pm) the usually tough Scole side visit Walmer Road in the league. The Mummery Cup tie has been put back to Tuesday, November 4 against local rivals Corton.

After a fine away 5-2 win over the higher league side Waveney in the Suffolk Junior Cup last Saturday, K&P's A team have a break from action tomorrow. This is before two tough away Saturday games in the next fortnight against Norton in the league cup, and Wenhaston the following week in the next round of the Suffolk Junior Cup.

The B team, after another narrow defeat, travel to Spexhall Reserves in the league tomorrow.

The youth team visit Harford Tornadoes next Thursday night, 7.45pm.

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