Golfers first to a Sunday final
The Aston Berry Great Yarmouth Sunday Football LeagueTHE first finalists of the season are Newtown Golfers who reached the final of the KO Plate by beating second division Camden Tavern Reserves 6-1.
The Aston Berry Great Yarmouth Sunday Football League
THE first finalists of the season are Newtown Golfers who reached the final of the KO Plate by beating second division Camden Tavern Reserves 6-1. They will face Acle Wanderers or Hemsby SSC in the final.
In the divisional cup, El Sol booked their semi-final place by beating Sunningdale Boys 5-1 in group A. They will now play the final group game against Norton Athletic to decide who wins the group and obtains home advantage.
In group B, Camden Tavern and Arches shared four goals and both sit on four points and will need to win their final group games to ensure their semi-final places.
In the second division cup, Caesar's Bar won 3-2 against Hemsby to give themselves a chance of progressing from group A whilst Belton United inflicted a 6-1 defeat on Gorleston Albion to qualify as group
runners-up behind Rollesby.
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In the third division cup, Star and Garter join Rumbold Arms in the semi-finals following their 5-0 win against Carpathians. Venture Albion's 2-1 win over Crown gives them a chance of qualifying as best runner-up, but this depends on the result of the Memphis Belton v Mariners Compass game to be played this week. Mariners gave themselves a chance following their goal-less draw against Sun FC.
In the league, Norton's season reached a new low as they could only muster nine players for their match at Hemsby which they lost 4-1.
Second division favourites Windmill were held to a 1-1 draw by Acle Wanderers whilst Memphis Belton continue to head the way in the third division following their 5-0 win against Bohemians.
Clubs are reminded that the scores should be phoned through to Glyn Gray by no later than 6pm on the day of the match. Failure to do so will result in a fine. Glyn can be contacted on 01493 651261 or 07504 991058.
Clubs can keep up to date with all league news, fixtures, results and tables via the following website which is being used for the season http://gtyarmouthsundayleague.
Knockout Plate semi-final: Camden Tavern Res 1, Newtown Golfers 6.
Division One: Hemsby SSC 4, Norton Ath Sunday 1.
Division Two: Acle Wdrs 1, Windmill 1.
Division Three: Memphis Belton 5, Bohemians 0.
Division One League Cup: Camden Tavern 2, Arches 2; Sunningdale Boys 1, El Sol 5.
Division Two League Cup: Caesar's Bar 3, Hemsby FC 2; Gorleston Albion 1, Belton Utd 6.
Division Three League Cup: Crown Stores 1, Venture Albion 2; Star and Garter 5, Carpathians 0; Sun FC 0, Mariners Compass 0.
Fixtures for March 14
Division One: Camden Tavern v Norton Ath Sunday (D Tozer, Beaco), Hemsby SSC v Newtown Golfers (M Hubbard, Hemsby).
Division Two: Camden Tavern Res. v Belton United (A Russell, Beaco), Rollesby v Acle Wdrs (B Russell, Rollesby).
Division Three: Crown Stores v Rumbold Arms (R Bradnum, Mill Lane), Venture Albion v Sun FC (S Whitefoot, Burgh Castle).
KO Cup quarter-finals: Arches v Bohemians (A Anguish, Mill Lane), Caesar's Bar v Hemsby FC (N Evans, Beaco), Gorleston Albion v El Sol (N Jacques, Mill Lane), Star and Garter v Windmill (A Symonds, Mill Lane).
Division Three League Cup: Mariners Compass v Memphis Belton (R Manship, Mill Lane).