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Magpies face tough trip to second placed Sevenoaks

PUBLISHED: 04:47 17 March 2017

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Harleston Magpies Ladies are away to Sevenoaks tomorrow in their penultimate East Conference fixture of the season (12pm).

Magpies travel to the team in second place in the table a week after losing 3-1 at home to leaders Wimbledon.

Despite the result they produced one of their best performances of the season and on another day might easily have come away with a draw.

Magpies remain in fourth place, having had a good season so far, and will want to make sure they hold on to this position.

Annie Nunn and Lauren Mickleburgh remain out injured while Rose Winter, Anna Tighe and Lauren Rowe are unavailable. This means league debuts for both Martha Lawrence and Alice Woollatt.

Squad: L Belsey, L Barber, L Greenacre, D Francis, K Ridley, C Peet, L Clymer, T Findlay, M Andrews, C Harrison, L Whiting, B Lund, A Gooderham, M Lawrence, A Woollatt.

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