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K&P slip down to sixth place

PUBLISHED: 08:00 03 April 2009 | UPDATED: 09:32 11 May 2010

KIRKLEY & Pakefield's season is fizzling out in to a whimper as they now drop down to sixth position in the Ridgeons League Premier Division.

Tomorrow it's the penultimate home game when the Jam Makers of Tiptree, who have had some impressive results, visit Walmer Road, 3pm kick-off.

KIRKLEY & Pakefield's season is fizzling out in to a whimper as they now drop down to sixth position in the Ridgeons League Premier Division.

Tomorrow it's the penultimate home game when the Jam Makers of Tiptree, who have had some impressive results, visit Walmer Road, 3pm kick-off.

This is likely to be their last visit as they are bound for the Essex Senior League next season.

For tomorrow's game children will be admitted free and adults with them only £2.

The reserves have no game on Saturday as they will be licking their wounds after Sole Bay doubled them last week with a 3-1 win and now promotion could be slipping through their fingers.

K&P A, after a fine 3-1 home win last Saturday, travel to Norton tomorrow with an earlier 1.30pm kick-off.

The youth team are away for the third match on the trot next Thursday at Dereham Town Youth.

Pre-match tickets have now been printed for Easter Monday's game against Lowestoft they are available behind the club house bar at Walmer Road in the evenings also at the Lowestoft Town club house in Love Road plus at The Journal office in London Road North during the day, these are priced £5 for adults £3 for OAP's and £1 for children.

The sportsmans evening with Ronnie Whelan and Lester Crabtree is totally sold out with 300 sitting down to dinner.

The club's presentation night is on Saturday May 9 in the marquee tickets out soon.

Wanted a club secretary for the 2009/10 season, please apply to Harry Goldspink at 24, Wannock Close, Carlton Colville or by personal contact.

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