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Revenge mission

PUBLISHED: 07:00 11 January 2008 | UPDATED: 19:24 05 July 2010

Kirkley & Pakefield's Nathan Stone acrobatically tries to reach the ball during the 6-1 win against Wisbech Town at Walmer Road. Picture: Mick Howes

Kirkley & Pakefield's Nathan Stone acrobatically tries to reach the ball during the 6-1 win against Wisbech Town at Walmer Road. Picture: Mick Howes

KIRKLEY and Pakefield make the journey to deepest Essex tomorrow on a revenge mission after somehow losing 2-1 Stanway at the beginning of December.

Full-back Max Blowers looks to be sidelined for a while with hamstring problems, also on the sidelines is fellow right back Nicky Stokeld.

KIRKLEY and Pakefield make the journey to deepest Essex tomorrow on a revenge mission after somehow losing 2-1 Stanway at the beginning of December.

Full-back Max Blowers looks to be sidelined for a while with hamstring problems, also on the sidelines is fellow right back Nicky Stokeld.

Stanway had a good run during November and December but have gone off the boil recently, and may have their minds on next Saturday's FA Vase tie tomorrow.

K&P Res, after five away fixtures bringing three wins, are at home to Wells Town, 2pm, tomorrow.

The North East Norfolk visitors have dropped down a league since Kirkley had many tight and no nonsense battles with them in their Anglian Combination days.

The youth team are at Norwich United next Thursday night in a league match and they could face the same team in the quarter final of Ridgeons Youth Cup if they beat Gorleston Youth in a third round clash which so far has yet to be played.

With Sole Bay Reserves unable to raise a side, its hopefully back to action for the A team tomorrow when they visit Lacon Arms (Dip Farm) in the Lowestoft and District KO Cup.

The senior Vets over 40s are in action at home on Sunday 1.30pm when they entertain Framlinham Town in the Senior Vets KO Cup.


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