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PUBLISHED: 11:40 19 February 2009 | UPDATED: 13:03 03 July 2010

Halls Group Great Yarmouth Sunday League



The main focus of action this weekend was the league's Knock-Out Cup and Knock-Out Plate quarter-finals.

The game of the day had to be at Norton where, in a topsy-turvey tie, Athletic edged through 5-4 after extra time over holders Camden Tavern.

Halls Group Great Yarmouth Sunday League

The main focus of action this weekend was the league's Knock-Out Cup and Knock-Out Plate quarter-finals.

The game of the day had to be at Norton where, in a topsy-turvey tie, Athletic edged through 5-4 after extra time over holders Camden Tavern.

Both sides led at stages in the first half, which finished 3-3, with the final score finishing 4-4.

It was left to Norton's Chris Smith to net the winner four minutes from the end of extra time to send the village side through at the expense of Tavern.

In the other ties El Sol's good cup form continued as they beat fellow first division outfit Sunningdale Boys 4-1.

The all-second division tie between Newtown Golfers and Dukes FC finished 2-0 to Golfers, and the final tie saw Windmill ease into the last four courtesy of their 6-1 win against Nothing Special.

The semi-final line-up sees El Sol v Newtown Golfers and Norton Athletic v Windmill.

The Knock-Out Plate saw second division Acle Wanderers get the better of first division Hembsy SSC 2-1, whilst Sun FC accounted for Crown Stores 3-1.

King's Arms Crusaders eased through with a 5-0 win at Venture Albion, whilst Camden Tavern Reserves were handed a bye as Greengate were suspended due to monies owed - a matter that has now been cleared up.

The semi-final line-up pits Sun FC v King's Arms Crusaders and Acle Wanderers v Camden Tavern Reserves.

There were two league games played, and in the first division Archers moved to the summit thanks to their narrow 3-2 victory at Lacon Arms.

In the third division, Cantley Rovers and Hembsy FC shared the points following their goal-less draw.

This week the league would like to wish Windmill good luck in their County Cup semi-final as it is hoped to make it two teams through to county finals following El Sol's exploits a fortnight ago. The tie is on the Beaco, kick-off 10.30am.

Any problems ring Scott Yarham 07901 825648.

Results. Division One: Lacon Arms 2, Archers 3. Division Three: Albion United v Belton FC (P); Cantley Rovers 1, Hemsby FC 1.

Knock-Out Cup quarter-finals: El Sol 4, Sunningdale Boys 1; Newtown Golfers 2, Duke's FC 0; Norton Athletic 5, Camden Tavern 4 (aet); Windmill 6, Nothing Special 1.

Knock-Out Plate quarter-finals: Hemsby SSC 1, Acle Wanderers 2; Camden Tavern Reserves bye; Sun FC 3, Crown Stores 1; Venture Albion 0, King's Arms Crusaders 5.

Fixtures, February 22

Division One Cup Group A: El Sol v Archers (A Symonds).

Division One Cup Group B: Sunningdale Boys v Lacon Arms (N Jaques) Ormesby.

League fixtures. Division One: Hembsy SSC v Gorleston Albion (A Russell) Hembsy.

Division Two: Camden Tavern Res v Acle Wanderers (T Webb) Beaco; Memphis Belton v King's Arms Crusaders (N Evans) Mill Lane; Nothing Special v Duke's (B Russell) Beaco.

Division Three: Albion United v Crown Stores (G Gray) Mill Lane; Cantley Rovers v Hembsy FC (B Bradnum) Mill Lane; Greengate v Sun FC (M Hubbard) Beaco; Venture Albion v Belton FC (A Betts) Mill Lane.

Norfolk Junior Cup semi-final: Windmill v AFC Rompers (R Emery, I Gardiner, G Walker) Beaco.

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