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Never on a Sunday

PUBLISHED: 14:14 04 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:56 30 June 2010

Aston Berry Great Yarmouth Sunday League



WITH last week's programme a complete washout, clubs are asked to remain patient as the league figure out how to complete the league and cup competitions.

Aston Berry Great Yarmouth Sunday League

WITH last week's programme a complete washout, clubs are asked to remain patient as the league figure out how to complete the league and cup competitions. The league committee are meeting this weekend to put plans into place.

All last week's scheduled fixtures are being played this Sunday with all future fixtures being pushed back a week, unless clubs are advised differently. If this causes any problems then contact Glyn Gray as soon as possible. Clubs are reminded that any outstanding pitch fees and fines are now due. The deadline had been extended but now these need to be cleared as soon as possible.

The league has congratulated Kevin Johnson and his Great Yarmouth Town Hall side on reaching the Norfolk Primary Cup final.

As usual, results to Glyn Gray 01493 651261 by 6pm.

Fixtures Sunday, March 7

Division One League Cup: Camden Tavern v Arches, Beaco (A Symonds); Sunningdale Boys v El Sol, Ormesby (N Evans).

Division Two League Cup: Caesars Bar v Hembsy FC, Beaco (W Hanson); Gorleston Albion v Belton United, Mill Lane (A Anguish).

Division Three League Cup: Crown Stores v Venture Albion, Mill Lane (R Manship); Star & Garter v Carpathians, Mill Lane (M Hubbard); Sun FC v Mariners Compass, Mill Lane (N Jaques).

KO Plate semi-final: Camden Tavern Res v Newtown Golfers, Beaco (R Bradnum, G Gray, S Addy).

Division One League: Hembsy SSC v Norton Athletic, Hembsy (TBC).

Division Two League: Acle Wanderers v Windmill, Acle HS (T Webb).

Division Three League: Memphis Belton v Bohemians, Beaco (S Whitefoot).


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