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Finalists both hit five goals

PUBLISHED: 11:39 26 March 2009 | UPDATED: 13:29 03 July 2010

Halls Group Great Yarmouth Sunday League



The final of the Division One Cup will be Camden Tavern v El Sol after they both hit five goals in their semi-final matches.

Halls Group Great Yarmouth Sunday League

The final of the Division One Cup will be Camden Tavern v El Sol after they both hit five goals in their semi-final matches. Camden Tavern put out Lacon Arms 5-2 whilst El Sol scored two late goals to defeat Sunningdale Boys 5-3.

Windmill continued their remarkable debut season as they reached the KO Cup final by beating Norton Athletic 4-1. They will play the winners of the El Sol v Newtown Golfers semi-final which is to be played this weekend.

In the second division Rollesby picked up a good three points by beating Camden Tavern Res. 4-0 and Nothing Special hit Memphis Belton for six with no reply.

Hemsby FC are sitting in second place after their 2-1 win against Venture Albion whilst Sun FC move above Cantley Rovers after beating them 2-0.

This weekend see Windmill play Dereham Wanderers in the Norfolk Junior Cup final. The game is to be played at Aldiss Park, Dereham, with a 11am ko. Good luck to them.

Results March 22. KO Cup semi-final: Norton Athletic 1, Windmill 4.

Division One Cup semi-finals: Camden Tavern 5, Lacon Arms 2; Sunningdale Boys 3, El Sol 5.

Division Two: Nothing Special 6, Memphis Belton 0; Rollesby 4, Camden Tavern Res 0.

Division Three: Hemsby FC 2, Venture Albion 1; Sun FC 2, Cantley Rovers 0.

Fixtures March 29. KO Cup semi-final: El Sol v Newtown Golfers (Green Lane, T Scales).

Division One: Hemsby SSC v Camden Tavern (Hemsby, B Russell); Lacon Arms v Sunningdale Boys (Beaco, R Manship); Norton Athletic v Archers (Norton Subcourse, M Hubbard).

Division Two: Acle Wanderers v Rollesby (Acle HS, R Bradnum); Camden Tavern Res. v Memphis Belton (Beaco A Betts).

Division Three: Crown Stores v Cantley Rovers (Gorleston Rec, G Gray); Rampart Signs v Belton FC (Gorleston Rec, A Russell); Venture Albion v Greengate (Gorleston Rec, T Webb).


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