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Windmill bow out to holders

PUBLISHED: 15:17 02 December 2010

The Aston Shaw Great Yarmouth Sunday League

JUST one fixture survived the weather, the Senior Cup third round replay between Windmill and holders AFC Wanderers which was switched to Rollesby, where Windmill went
out 2-1.

Clubs are reminded that the scores should be phoned through by the home team to Glyn Gray by no later than 6pm on the day of the match. Failure to do so will result in a fine of £25 as per rule 11b in the handbook.

Glyn can be contacted on 01493 651261 or 07504 991058.

All clubs have to submit a result card to registrations secretary Steve Bishop for any competitive match they play by the Wednesday following the game. Failure to do so will result in a fine of £20.

The fines and rules are clearly stated in the hand book and already this season several fines have been issued for clubs not adhering to the requirements of running a side within the league.

Clubs can keep up to date with all league news, fixtures, results and tables via the following website which we are using for the season http://gtyarmouthsundayleague.blogspot.com/

Result: Sunday Senior Cup 3rd round replay: Windmill 1, AFC Wanderers 2.

Fixtures.

Sunday Senior Cup 3rd round: North Walsham Town v Rollesby.

Sunday Intermediate Cup 3rd round replay: DCS Rapid v Martham.

League Division One: Camden Tavern v Gorleston Albion (Beaco), El Sol v Memphis Belton (Green Lane), Hembsy SSC v Acle Wanderers (Hembsy), Windmill v Hembsy FC (Beaco).

League Division Two: Camden Tavern Reserves v Carpathians (Beaco), Gorleston Albion Reserves v Leisureland (Mill Lane), Lichfield Arms v Gorleston Rangers (Mill Lane), Sun FC v Mariners Compass (Mill Lane), Venture Albion v Gt Yarmouth White Sox (Mill Lane).


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