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Cup progress for Sun day sides

PUBLISHED: 15:41 06 November 2008 | UPDATED: 12:12 03 July 2010

Halls Group Great Yarmouth Sunday League



THIS week again saw the county cups take place, and the league will have at least three sides in the quarter-finals of the Senior Cup following a successful weekend.

Halls Group Great Yarmouth Sunday League

THIS week again saw the county cups take place, and the league will have at least three sides in the quarter-finals of the Senior Cup following a successful weekend.

Archers came back from Sprowston Wanderers with a 4-1 success whilst Lacon Arms and El Sol both won at home. El Sol defeated Norwich CEYMS 4-0 and Lacon Arms beat Windmill Wanderers 5-2.

Camden Tavern had a tough-looking draw against Wymondham Rangers who put out the holders Dog House in the previous round, and the sides will battle again this week following their 1-1 draw.

Unfortunately, the league lost its interest in the Intermediate Cup as Camden Tavern Reserves went down 4-2 to England's Hope whilst King's Arms Crusaders lost at Aslacton 3-2.

In the Junior Cup, Windmill must be one of

the favourites as they went through 8-0 against the First.

Greengate FC will replay AFC Rompers at home after their 4-4 draw. Hemsby and Cantley Rovers will try again as their ties both fell victim to waterlogged pitches.

In the first division there were two league games played and both ended in draws. At Norton, Gorleston Albion fought back from 3-0 down to share the spoils whilst the local derby at Ormesby ended 2-2 between Sunningdale Boys and Hemsby SSC.

The second division saw Acle Wanderers win by the odd goal of three at Rollesby whilst Memphis Belton's torrid season continues as they went down 6-3 to Nothing Special in a division which is being dominated by the four promoted sides.

The third division saw Belton FC make it four from four as they beat Sun FC 2-1. Rampart Signs won a four-goal thriller at Mill Lane 4-3 against Albion United whilst finally Crown Stores enjoyed a 3-2 success over Venture Albion.

All clubs should receive their fixtures up to Christmas shortly.

Any problems then please contact Scott Yarham on 01493 309343.

Norfolk Senior Cup: Camden Tavern 1, Wymondham Rgrs 1; El Sol 4, Norwich CEYMS 0; Lacon Arms 5, Windmill Wdrs 2; Sprowston Wdrs 1, Archers Sunday 4.

Division One: Norton Ath 3, Gorleston Albion 3; Sunningdale Boys 2, Hemsby SSC 2.

Norfolk Intermediate Cup: Camden Tav Res 2, England's Hope 4; Aslacton 3, King's Arms Crusaders 2.

Division Two: Memphis Belton 3, Nothing Special 6; Rollesby FC 1, Acle Wdrs 2.

Norfolk Junior Cup: AFC Rompers 4, Greengate 4; Windmill 8, The First 0. Harleston Cherry Tree v Cantley Rvrs, Hemsby v Tilney both postponed.

Division Three: Rampart Signs 4, Albion Utd 3; Sun FC 1, Belton Utd 2; Venture Albion 2, Crown Stores 3.

Norfolk Senior Cup, third round replay: Wymondham Rgrs v Camden Tavern.

Norfolk Junior Cup, third round replays: Greengate v AFC Rompers (Beaco), Harleston Cherry Tree v Cantley Rvrs, Hemsby FC v Tilney FC (Hemsby),

KO Cup, first round: Archers v Hemsby SSC (Mill Lane, N Jaques).

Division One: Gorleston Albion v El Sol (Mill Lane, A Anguish), Sunningdale Boys v Norton Ath (Ormesby, S Whitefoot).

Division Two: Acle Wdrs v King's Arms Crusaders (Acle HS, R Manship), Memphis Belton v Camden Tavern Res (Mill Lane, R Drake), Newtown Golfers v Dukes FC (Beaco, G Walker), Nothing Special v Rollesby (Beaco, P Emblem).

Division Three: Albion Utd v Rampart Signs (Mill Lane, A Betts), Venture Albion v Sun FC (Mill Lane, A Russell), Windmill v Crown Stores (Beaco, R Bradnum).


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