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Will it be a fab fourth?

PUBLISHED: 11:17 18 January 2008 | UPDATED: 19:27 05 July 2010

Kirkley and Pakefield club notes by Stuart G Baker



K and P's army of supporters will make their way to Walmer Road tomorrow to see if the team can set a record of 4 straight wins in the Premier Div when the Peddlars of Swaffham are visitors, 3pm kick off.

Kirkley and Pakefield club notes by Stuart G Baker

K and P's army of supporters will make their way to Walmer Road tomorrow to see if the team can set a record of 4 straight wins in the Premier Div when the Peddlars of Swaffham are visitors, 3pm kick off.

Swaffham have hit a rich vein of form themselves with a three match unbeaten run and have just signed up two strikers, Nigel Julien and Ricky Muggleton, who both netted in last weeks 2-0 win over Ipswich Wanderers.

Definately out for K and P with injuries are teenage full backs Max Blowers and Scott Manning and late fitness tests await Nicholas and Jamie Stokeld.

K and P have been joined on the coaching staff by the ace tactician Donny Pye, one of the most respected coaches in East Anglia who has taken up his duties alongside Mitch Rumsey.

Goal keeper coach Alan Arbor raised over £800 in his Xmas swim at Cromer, many at the club sponsord his effort for the Childrens Homes.

The reserves visit table topping Dereham res who along side Kirkley and Wroxham res are enjoying life in the Anglian Combination. Next months fixtures sees Stalham, to play twice, Attleborough Town and Long Stratton.

The second placed A team visit their number one bogey side Wrentham.

The ladies are at home to Histon on Sunday whilst the Youth team are at home on Wed 7.45pm against a good Wroxham youth side.

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