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PUBLISHED: 11:38 23 December 2008 | UPDATED: 12:37 03 July 2010

THE Halls Group Great Yarmouth Sunday League saw a reduced programme with eight fixtures played.

In the first division, El Sol move up to third place after beating Sunningdale Boys 5-0.

THE Halls Group Great Yarmouth Sunday League saw a reduced programme with eight fixtures played.

In the first division, El Sol move up to third place after beating Sunningdale Boys 5-0. Camden Tavern and Archers met again, this time in the divisional cup, and once more Camden won 5-2, which also books their semi-final berth.

The one league match in the second division saw Newtown Golfers maintain their perfect record as they beat Dukes 4-2.

In the divisional cup, King's Arms Crusaders beat Memphis Belton 2-1.

In the third division, Belton FC dropped their first points as they went down 3-2 to Hembsy.

Cantley Rovers played only their fifth league game, which they won 5-3 against Rampart Signs.

There was a single goal in the Crown Stores v Venture Albion match, with Crown picking up the three points, whilst Sun FC and Albion United shared the points in a 1-1 draw.

The league would like to wish all clubs, players, sponsors and followers a happy Christmas and a prosperous 2009.

The next games are on January 4, which will be limited to county cups at Mill Lane and for those teams that have their own pitch.

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