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An interesting Sunday

PUBLISHED: 09:36 27 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:45 03 July 2010

The Aston Berry Great Yarmouth Sunday League



A FULL league programme saw some interesting results, especially in the first division where Camden Tavern now hold a three-point lead following their 7-2 win against Hembsy SSC, a game Hembsy were winning at one point.

The Aston Berry Great Yarmouth Sunday League

A FULL league programme saw some interesting results, especially in the first division where Camden Tavern now hold a three-point lead following their 7-2 win against Hembsy SSC, a game Hembsy were winning at one point.

Second, with a game in hand, come El Sol who were held to a draw by Norton Athletic in a close encounter on Green Lane.

Archers are third and followed up last week's fine display with a disappointing 2-1 reverse at Newtown Golfers who themselves could be in the race should they win their three games in hand on the leaders.

The second division already looks over as Windmill lead Rollesby by four points with two games in hand. They were, however, given their sternest test of the season so far as they notched the only goal against Acle Wanderers.

Rollesby slipped to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Caesars Bar for whom Thomas Rowley netted a hat-trick.

Gorleston Albion's resurgence continued as they thumped Camden Tavern Reserves 6-2 whilst Hembsy FC hauled themselves of the bottom thanks to their fine 2-0 win against Belton United.

Sun FC continue to march on as they heaped more misery on Crown Stores with a 2-0 win. Crown, who started the season with four straight wins, have now lost three on the bounce.

Memphis Belton are second following their 4-1 victory against Mariners Compass whilst Carpathians picked up their second win as they convincingly beat pointless Bohemians 8-1.

In a real humdinger Rumbold Arms beat Venture Albion 5-4 at Burgh Castle.

This week sees the next rounds of the KO Cup and KO Plate.

Clubs are reminded that the scores should be phoned through to Glyn Gray by no later than 6pm on the day of the match. Failure to do so will result in a fine. Glyn can be contacted on 01493 651261 or 07504 991058.

Clubs can keep up to date with all league news, fixtures, results and tables via the following website which we are using for the season http://gtyarmouthsundayleague.blogspot.com/

Results. Division One: Camden Tavern 7, Hembsy SSC 2; El Sol 1, Norton Athletic 1; Newtown Golfers 2, Arches 1.

Division Two: Acle Wanderers 0, Wndmill 1; Camden Tavern Res 2, Gorleston Albion 6; Hembsy 2, Belton United 0; Rollesby 1, Caesars Bar 3.

Division Three: Carpathians 8, Bohemians 1; Memphis Belton 4, Mariners Compass 1; Sun FC 2, Crown Stores 0; Venture Albion 4, Rumbold Arms 5.

Fixtures Sunday, November 29. Knockout Cup second round: Bohemians v Carpathians (W Hanson) Mill Lane, Caesars Bar v Sun FC (A Russell) Beaco, Camden Tavern v Windmill (Beaco) M Hubbard, Gorleston Albion v Rollesby (A Anguish) Mill Lane, Memphis Belton v El Sol (R Bradnum) Mill Lane, Rumbold Arms v Hembsy FC (S Addy) Beaco, Star & Garter v Belton United (N Jaques) Mill Lane, Sunningdale Boys v Archers (A Russell) Ormesby.

Knockout Plate first round: Camden Tavern Res. v Norton Athletic (S Whitefoot) Mill Lane, Mariners Compass v Hembsy SSC (R Manship) Hembsy, Newtown Golfers v Crown Stores (R Drake) Beaco, Venture Albion v Acle Wanderers (G Walker) Burgh Castle.

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