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Newmarket first up for Kirkley in league

PUBLISHED: 10:21 13 July 2010 | UPDATED: 21:54 01 August 2010

KIRKLEY & Pakefield will start the new Ridgeons League season with a trip to The Jockeys of Newmarket Town.

Jon Reynolds side commence their fixtures on the opening day of the season on Saturday, August 7.

KIRKLEY & Pakefield will start the new Ridgeons League season with a trip to The Jockeys of Newmarket Town.

Jon Reynolds side commence their fixtures on the opening day of the season on Saturday, August 7.

Brantham Athletic begin life in the Premier Division of the Ridgeons League with a visit to Debenham Leisure Centre.

Tony Hall's side was promoted from Division One last term, and will be hoping for as successful a first season in the top flight as Mel Aldis' Debenham did in 2009/10.

Favourites to win the Premier Division - Leiston - entertain Wisbech on the opening day while in Division One newcomers Cambridge University Press kick-off with a trip to Steve Jay's Stowmarket Town.

Full list of Ridgeons League fixtures for Saturday, August 7:

Premier Division: CRC v Woodbridge Town, Debenham LC v Brantham Athletic, Dereham Town v Histon reserves, Felixstowe & Walton United v Ely City, Hadleigh United v Norwich United, Haverhill Rovers v Walsham-le-Willows, Leiston v Wisbech Town, Mildenhall Town v Stanway Rovers, Newmarket Town v Kirkley & Pakefield, Wivenhoe Town v Great Yarmouth, Wroxham v FC Clacton.

First Division: Cornard United v Gorleston, Diss Town v Saffron Walden Town, Fakenham Town v Halstead Town, Godmanchester Rovers v Whitton United, March Town v Thetford Town, Stowmarket Town v Cambridge University Press, Swaffham Town v Ipswich Wanderers, Team Bury v Downham Town.


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