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KIRKLEY FC: Fourth is with The Royals

PUBLISHED: 11:01 26 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:52 06 July 2010

Kirkley & Pakefield FC Notes



K&P maintained their fourth place position in the Ridgeons League and kept the pressure on the sides above them with two fine wins this week.

Kirkley & Pakefield FC Notes

K&P maintained their fourth place position in the Ridgeons League and kept the pressure on the sides above them with two fine wins this week.

And with games in hand, a club spokesman admitted this week that the “future is looking rosy!” as Stewart Larter and Jon Reynolds men embark on a hectic schedule of four games in nine days - which culminates with an eagerly-awaited north Suffolk derby away against second-placed Leiston on Easter Monday.

Tomorrow, K&P start this tough run with their final home game at Walmer Road before they embark on five matches away as they host fifth-placed Stanway Rovers, in a game sponsored by Guy's Carpets.

The club will also hold a pre-match meal prior to this fixture, commencing at 12.30pm sharp. “All are welcome - sponsors and supporters - and the cost is only £15 per person,” a spokesman for The Royals said. “Seats are still available, to book simply ring 01502 741588 by today (Friday) at 10am!”

Hitting the road from next week, K&P travel to Debenham LC next Tuesday , before visiting Wisbech Town on Friday, April 2 and Leiston on April 5.

Off the field, the club is in the process of organising a special charity match to honour Royals follower Andy Jefford as well as organising a separate all-star wrestling bout.


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