Historic Hemsby reach the Emerald Cup final

PUBLISHED: 14:38 01 March 2017 | UPDATED: 14:38 01 March 2017


In the Great Yarmouth Sunday League, Hemsby made club history by making their first ever cup final by overcoming five-time time Division Two League Cup winners Windmill Reserves 3-0.

With Hemsby leading 2-0 at half-time with a brace from Jimmy Blake, Sean Perfect scored to book their place in the Emerald Cup final.

AC Mill Lane U14 played Halesworth. A corner from Marshall found Marcus who hooked the ball over his shoulder and into the net.

Max put a brilliant ball through to Chester who lobbed the keeper to make it 2-0. Harry made a well-timed tackle and set Max free to make it 3-0 and Curtis crossed for Marshall for 4-0 at half time. Chester made it 5-0 before Halesworth scored twice. At 5-2 ACM kicked into gear and Chester completed his hat-trick before Gaines made it 7-2. MoM was Marshall. CMoM was shared between Marcus and Alex. Thanks to sponsors Yaxleys Taxis.

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