Double delight for Windmill
PUBLISHED: 22:15 27 April 2012
Windmill won their second piece of the silverware of the season as they defeated a spirited Bohemians side four-nil in the Yarmouth Sunday League cup final. A solitary goal separated the sides at half time, although Bohemians did create a few good chances of their own, but Windmill carved out more chances in the second half, with Micky Vincent adding two more to his tally and deservedly taking MoM honours. Congratulations to Windmill, and also Bohemians for putting on another good final.
On the league front and Windmill Reserves last Sunday completed the division two league and cup double, only a point was required in their match with Gorleston Rangers, but a final scoreline of three-nil meant they done it in style, so congratulations to the Windmill Reserves. Their main rivals, Lichfield Arms pushed them all the way, as they even turned on the style with a fine seven-one win over Camden Tavern Res. Five goals were scored with two sides playing for pride in seeing the season out, in namely Leisureland and Seajacks, with the former winning three-two.
In Division One, and on Green Lane El Sol found themselves one-nil down at half-time against Gorleston Albion, but the second half was a different story as Sol run in five goals to ease to victory. Seven goals were scored on the Beaco between White Sox and Acle Wanderers, with White Sox edging it by four goals to three. Windmill cemented the division one league title with a make shift side easing to a six-two win over Venture Albion. A few good goals were scored in the Tramway v Martham game, plus an assist from the referee, where the final score read four-two in favour of Martham.