Magpies face a double Sevenoaks challenge

Harleston Magpies Ladies entertain Sevenoaks in their final league game of the season tomorrow, when all matches begin at 2pm to ensure no one has an advantage in promotion battles.

Harleston Magpies Ladies entertain Sevenoaks in their final league game of the season tomorrow, when all matches begin at 2pm to ensure no one has an advantage in promotion battles.

Sevenoaks are second in the league, on the same points as leaders Ipswich, but with an inferior goal difference of five. Ipswich face a tricky away game at Old Loughtonians.

After losing 1-0 at Ipswich last week on a penalty corner, Magpies have slipped to fourth position behind Chelmsford and need a win to ensure Horsham cannot overtake them.

Magpies will need to take full advantage of playing at home tomorrow, and if the midfield can provide the ammunition for the forwards they have every chance of pulling off a result.


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Calianne Clark stands in for Lucy Hayman whilst Verity Blyth is unavailable.

Magpies men's team have a trip the other way, to Sevenoaks, as their final game of the season.

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Magpies will go all out for a win, although a draw would enable them to maintain their position of sixth.

Ben Wright, who was unavailable through school commitments, returns to the squad with illness likely to keep Stuart Leate and Duncan Graves out of the travelling party.

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