Camden and Rollesby in final
Aston Shaw Great Yarmouth Sunday Football League
THIS year’s Knock-Out Cup final will be played between Camden Tavern and Rollesby following this week’s semi-finals.
Camden Tavern were facing Acle Wanderers for the second time in three weeks after previously beating them 3-2 in a league encounter. And they repeated that scoreline in their semi-final after being made to work hard
The other semi-final saw holders Windmill’s recent domination of the competition ended as they were beaten 3-1 by Rollesby.
After not losing a GY Sunday league game for two and a half seasons, that is now two straight defeats for Windmill. Rollesby’s final appearance caps a fine season for them.
The rearranged Division One League Cup semi-final between Hemsby and Gt Yarmouth Sunday saw a rather one-sided affair lead to Yarmouth booking a final against Windmill with a 7-0 win.
In the Knock-Out Plate, the quarter-finals that were played resulted in narrow 2-1 wins as Bohemians beat Venture Albion and Lichfield Arms beat Carpathians.
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In the first division El Sol defeated Memphis Belton 4-0 to move to the top of the table, although they have played two and three games more than challengers Camden and Windmill.
The second division saw an intriguing top-of-the-table clash between Yarmouth White Sox and Martham which ended in a 2-2 draw. This probably favours Martham as they remain top on goal difference with a game in hand.
The league would like to hear from any new clubs who may be interested in joining the league for the 2011/12 season.
Please contact secretary Peter Futter 07988 308086 in the first instance.
Clubs can keep up to date with all league news, fixtures, results and tables via the website http://gtyarmouthsundayleague.blogspot.com/
Division One: El Sol 4, Memphis Belton 0
Division Two: Yarmouth White Sox 2, Martham 2.
KO Plate quarter-finals: Bohemians 2, Venture Albion 1; Carpathians 1, Lichfield Arms 2.
KO Cup semi-finals: Acle Wanderers 2, Camden Tavern 3; Windmill 1, Rollesby 3.
Division One KO Cup semi-final: Hemsby 0, Gt Yarmouth Town Sunday 7.
Fixtures Sunday, March 27
Division One: Camden Tavern v El Sol (G Gray) Beaco, Gorleston Albion v Windmill (G Walker) Mill Lane, Star & Garter v Rollesby (R Stanton) Beaco.
Division Two: Camden Tavern Reserves v Lichfield Arms (A Russell) Beaco, Gorleston Albion Reserves v Bohemians (R Bradnum) Mill Lane, Mariners Compass v Gorleston Rangers (A Anguish) Mill Lane, Martham v Carpathians (R Manship) Martham, Sun v Leisureland (D Tozer) Mill Lane.
Knockout Plate quarter-finals (etin):Hemsby v Yarmouth White Sox (B Russell) Hemsby, Memphis Belton v Yarmouth Sunday (S Whitefoot) Mill Lane.