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Albion's goal bonanza

PUBLISHED: 12:19 23 April 2009 | UPDATED: 13:44 03 July 2010

Great Yarmouth & District Football League



Twenty-one goals and six points in four days have put Albion (GY) firmly in control of Division Two as they defeated South Yarmouth 6-1 on Wednesday evening and bottom club Martham A 15-1 on Saturday.

Great Yarmouth & District Football League

Twenty-one goals and six points in four days have put Albion (GY) firmly in control of Division Two as they defeated South Yarmouth 6-1 on Wednesday evening and bottom club Martham A 15-1 on Saturday.

Jonny Bowles netted twice on Wednesday with other goals coming from Ricci-Lee Collins, Ryan Johnson, Sam Welch and an own goal. On Saturday, Johnson led the way with four goals with hat-tricks from James Hogbin and Lee Hunter with Aaron Drewery (2), Rhys Butler, Peter Oldham and Liam Jones completing the scoring as Albion took their goal tally past the 100 mark for the season.

Great Yarmouth Peelers continue their late promotion surge with a 3-1 win at fellow promotion hopefuls Hemsby Reserves. Goals from Jason Howell, Richard Suttee and Richard Goreham leaves them six points behind second-place Shrublands before a game against third placed MK United Reserves tomorrow with games with Albion and Great Yarmouth United completing their programme.

Shrublands defeated Gorleston Wanderers 5-3 with five different scorers - Rob Manning, Aren Howarth, Danny Glover, Liam Keyzor and Steve Gates.

MK United Reserves beat Prostar Windows

4-3 with goals from Damien Foxhall, Ryan Booth, Connor Oxborough and player/manager Mark Miller. Carpathians recorded their fourth win of the season with a late win against South Yarmouth - Paul Goodson scored twice along with Jimmy Youngs as they won 3-2.

Paul Payne


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