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Great Yarmouth Referees’ Association meeting coming up

PUBLISHED: 09:47 24 November 2017

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The Great Yarmouth Referees’ Association is holding its November meeting on Monday, November 27 at the Great Yarmouth Town Clubhouse, starting at 7.45pm.

Guests for the evening will be Matt Carpenter and Matt Lemmon from the Norfolk County FA discipline department.

Topics will no doubt include the recent sin bin trial, club discipline, whether cautions and sending-offs on the increase and of course report writing.

Hot food will be available and as always, new and past members are welcome, along with any people thinking of taking up refereeing.

Further details can be obtained from Keith Greensides on 01493 732069.

Meanwhile Adam Thompson scored five goals as Gorleston Reserves won 8-0 at Hempnall in the Anglian Combination. Sam Ellis, Ismael Fatadjo and Bobby Self were also on target. The Greens’ second string travel to Swaffham tomorrow.

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