Cats aim to get the Yarmouth Saturday League cream
Pub on the Shrubs Yarmouth Saturday League
THe Pub on the Shrubs Great Yarmouth & District League returns again tomorrow for a new season.
Reigning champions Catfield will start again as favourites f but will face some stiff competition again.
Tomorrow they kick off their campaign at home to promoted side South Yarmouth, who have had an excellent pre-season and are really up for the challenge of Division One this season after five years in Division Two.
Haven Bridge could well make a strong case for the championship this season after their historic season last year in which they completed the Norfolk Primary Cup, Burgess Cup and Division Two treble.
They start at Albion Tramway who have improved over the summer themselves. Wiltshire Cup winners Caister Roma are also now into Division One and they face a tough trip to MK Shrubs. MK have added some experience to their line-up and will be a tough nut to crack. Bohemians meanwhile though will be looking to improve on last season’s position.
Meanwhile Division Two looks as though it is wide open.
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New club Wanderers run by Graeme Eagle looks as though they have some good players on their books this season and could be challenging for a trophy. Caister Roma have also added a reserve side this season although what sort of side they have remains to be seen.
Prostar Windows have the experience in the division and could be a contender for the title. Filby and Runham, who looked to have improved after Christmas last season, will hope to take this on this year and push on for honours although MK Shrubs Reserves could be pushing also.
All clubs are urged to have a good season and enjoy it. Clubs are urged to remember the new roll-on roll-off subs which the FA hopes will increase numbers in football. We shall see how clubs respond to this. Please note for this season coming there is a new number to text in results to after games.
It’s to Nathan Brown who will be results co-ordinator for the season ahead his number 07771 731235. Results must be in by 5.15pm this year as per the rule book otherwise fines could be issued.
However please remember that result cards must be sent still to league secretary Ryan Starkey and registration secretary Mick Saunders at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Result cards must be in by 6pm Tuesday following the match - Ryan Starkey.