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PUBLISHED: 10:08 08 February 2008 | UPDATED: 19:41 05 July 2010

Kirkley and Pakefield club notes by Stuart G Baker

AFTER last week's postponement and Wednesday night's late call off by Yarmouth Town for a friendly, K&P hope to get back into action at Swaffham Town, where they have not visited for a league match for four years.

Kirkley and Pakefield club notes by Stuart G Baker

AFTER last week's postponement and Wednesday night's late call off by Yarmouth Town for a friendly, K&P hope to get back into action at Swaffham Town, where they have not visited for a league match for four years.

Swaffham are in free fall at the moment and hover just above the drop zone. K and P will be without the injured Chris Henderson.

Dates have now been fixed for three outstanding league fixtures - Wednesday, February 20, Walsham Le Willows at home, Wednesday, March 5, Swaffham at home and Tuesday, April 22, Histon Reserves away.

The Suffolk Premier Cup semi-final tie will be played on Wednesday, March 13 against Needham Market at the neutral Leiston ground, kick off 7.45pm.

K and P Reserves are also on the road tomorrow at Long Stratton, 2pm. The A team are also away at Hearts of Oak and likewise the youth team at Fakenham next Thursday.

The Ladies are at home on Sunday to Milton and the Vets are away at Claydon in the KO cup.


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