Golfers tee up cup and league success
Halls Group Gt Yarmouth Sunday LeagueThe first two finals of the season were both close-fought.In the Division Two Cup, Newtown Golfers scored the only goal through Nathan Thompson to defeat Acle Wanderers and earn his side the league and cup double.
Halls Group Gt Yarmouth Sunday League
The first two finals of the season were both close-fought.
In the Division Two Cup, Newtown Golfers scored the only goal through Nathan Thompson to defeat Acle Wanderers and earn his side the league and cup double.
In the KO Plate, King's Arms Crusaders defeated Camden Tavern Res 4-2, Camden were not helped when keeper Ryan Starkey was dismissed.
The first division is nearing its conclusion and still the title is not resolved after both Archers and Camden Tavern recorded wins. Archers remain a point clear following their 4-1 win against basement side Gorleston Albion, whilst Camden Tavern, with two games in hand, defeated Lacon Arms 7-2.
Norton Athletic have undone all their hard work as they slipped to a 3-1 reverse against El Sol and can't finish any higher than third.
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In the third division, Belton FC will finish at least second following their 4-1 win at Greengate. Hemsby FC will finish third after their 7-1 rout of Rampart Signs. Windmill, looking to record a perfect record, made it 11 straight wins as they won 6-1 against Cantley Rovers.
This week sees two more finals, both at Emerald Park, Gorleston.
In the Division Three Cup, Hemsby FC take on Windmill FC with an 11am kick-off whilst in the afternoon Camden Tavern will play El Sol in the Division One Cup. This one kicks off at 1.30pm, admission �3/�1.50.
Any clubs wishing to enter the league for the 2009/10 season are urged to contact secretary Glyn Gray 01493 651261 in the first instance.
Likewise, any existing clubs that are not running next season need to inform the league in writing by April 30. Any problems, call Scott Yarham on 07901 825648.
Results (April 12)
Division One - Archers 4, Gorleston Albion 1; Camden Tavern 7, Lacon Arms 2; Norton Athletic 1, El Sol 3.
Division Three - Greengate 1, Belton FC 4; Hemsby FC 7, Rampart Signs 1; Windmill 6, Cantley Rovers 1.
Division Two Cup final - Acle Wanderers 0, Newtown Golfers 1.
KO Plate final - Camden Tavern Reserves 2, King's Arms Crusaders 4.
Fixtures (April 19)
Division One - Lacon Arms v Norton Athletic (N Evans, Beaco).
Division Two - Dukes FC v Acle Wanderers (R Bradnum, Gorleston Rec), Newtown Golfers v King's Arms Crusaders (A Russell, Beaco).
Division Three - Cantley Rovers v Sun FC (R Manship, Gorleston Rec), Venture Albion v Greengate (M Hubbard, Gorleston Rec).
Division Three Cup final - Hemsby FC v Windmill FC (N Jaques, A Betts and S Whitefoot, Emerald Park) 11am.
Division One Cup final - Camden Tavern v El Sol (A Symonds, T Webb and D Tozer, Emerald Park) 1.30pm.
Wednesday (April 22)
Division One - El Sol v Hemsby SSC (B Russell, Green Lane).
Division Three - Windmill v Belton FC (G Walker, Beaco).