El Sol run riot on way to cup final
Great Yarmouth Sunday League (sponsored by the Cliff Hotel)
Two more clubs made it to their respective cup finals. El Sol ran riot, winning 8-0 against what at least looked on paper to be a good experienced Gt Yarmouth White Sox side.
They now play the winners of this week’s other semi-final involving Windmill and Rollesby, which is to be played on the Beaco.
The Division One League Cup final will take place on Emerald Park on Thursday, April 12 (7.30).
The KO Cup final will be between Camden Tavern and Martham, who were involved in close-fought encounter with Rollesby.
It took extra time to find a winner as Martham made it through 3-2.
The KO Cup final will be played again at Emerald Park on Thursday, April 26 (7.30).
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In Division One Bohemians’ Jekyll and Hyde season continued as they ran out 3-0 winners over Camden.
There are no no surprises in store for Bohs and their followers this week, as they haven’t got a game.
Windmill were made to work hard for their win against Gorleston Albion, but a 4-1 score was enough to take them another step closer to the Division One league title. And Venture Albion enjoyed a good Sunday morning victory with a 6-0 trouncing of Tramway on Mill Lane.
In Division Two Lichfield arms put last week’s narrow defeat behind them by winning 5-2 against Breydon Rangers at Burgh Castle.
Hemsby reacted in a similar way as they bounced back to winning ways, with a solid 5-0 performance over Seajacks on Mill Lane.
Cliffside managed to put in a good shift in their game with Gorleston Rangers, but as the final whistle blew the points were Rangers, as they won 3-1.
And finally, a close encounter was played out at Hemsby, as Hemsby Athletic drew 1-1 with AC Mill lane.
By now all clubs should have fixtures up to and including April 15.
Any problems, please contact the fixture secretary Glyn Gray on 01493 651261 or 07504 991058