Last Saturday’s top of the table clash at Walmer Road saw the fourth placed Royals go down to only their third league defeat of the season to third placed Godmanchester.
Kirkley & Pakefield 1 Long Melford 0
Lowestoft Town secured progress in the Suffolk Premier Cup in dramatic fashion at the Amber Dew Events Stadium last night.
It was national competition time again for Kirkley & Pakefield last Saturday with a visit to FC Clacton in the FA Vase second round.
Kirkley and Pakefield gained a positive point on the road at FC Clacton on Saturday after recovering from an early 2-0 deficit.
Although last week’s Friday night Thurlow Nunn Premier Division match at Walmer Road brought in a respectable attendance of 160 in miserable weather the match itself did not live up to expectations.
After their midweek FA Cup defeat Kirkley & Pakefield were back in Thurlow Nunn Premier Division League action on Saturday, welcoming promoted Framlingham to Walmer Road for the first time in a league match.
Kirkley & Pakefield left it late to claim a welcome three points with a single goal win over Framlingham Town.
Kirkley and Pakefield picked up their first point of the season in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division on Tuesday evening when they came away from Trafford Park with a 1-1 draw.
The Ivy House Country Hotel was the venue Kirkley & Pakefield’s annual player of the year’ awards presentation dinner.
Kirkley and Pakefield recovered from a two goal deficit in impressive fashon on Tuesday evening to book their place in the semi-finals of the Omni Freight Suffolk County FA Premier Cup.
Kirkley & Pakefield maintain their excellent form with an impressive win at Walsham Le Willows in a rearranged Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division match.
Kirkley & Pakefield travelled to play Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division newcomers Haverhill Borough on the new Haverhill Community 3G Arena.
On a bright but cold Boxing Day morning a good crowd at Walmer Road saw Kirkley & Pakefield bounce back from Saturday’s home defeat by seeing off Wroxham.
Kirkley & Pakefield made the visit to Long Melford for a Thurlow Nunn Premier Division League match last Saturday.
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