Windmill look for league title to go with cup
Aston Shaw Great Yarmouth Sunday Football League
Windmill took the honours of the First Division Cup final by beating Great Yarmouth Sunday 3-0.
They will now look to follow this up with the first division title. They are a single point behind Camden after beating El Sol 5-2.
The game of the day was played out at Acle High School where Great Yarmouth Sunday defeated Acle Wanderers 5-4.
Memphis Belton’s sorry season came to its conclusion as they ended their campaign with a heavy 8-0 defeat by Gorleston Albion whilst Hemsby failed to raise a side and therefore handed Rollesby the points.
Martham moved to within one point of the second division title after their 6-3 win at Gorleston Rangers. They can only be caught by Yarmouth White Sox, who won 3-1 at Leisureland. White Sox need to win both their remaining games and need Martham to lose both of theirs as well as overturning a goal difference of 15 in their favour.
Bohemians geared up for the KO Plate final with a narrow 1-0 win at Sun whilst Carpathians picked up only their second win of the season in beating Lichfield Arms 3-2.
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Camden Tavern Reserves’ poor run of form continued as they lost 4-3 at Venture Albion.
The league’s showpiece final, the League Knock-Out Cup, takes place at Emerald Park on Thursday between Camden Tavern and Rollesby.
Admission is �3 adults and �1.50 OAPs/juniors. The match is sponsored by Peter Self.
The league would like to hear from any new clubs who may be interested in joining the league for the 2011/12 season.
Contact secretary Peter Futter 07988 308086 in the first instance or e-mail him on email@example.com
Clubs can keep up to date with all league news, fixtures, results and tables via the following website which is being used for the season http://gtyarmouthsundayleague.blogspot.com/
Results. Division One: Acle Wanderers 4, Great Yarmouth Town 5; Gorleston Albion 8, Memphis Belton 0; Hemsby A, Rollesby W; Windmill 5, El Sol 2.
Division Two: Bohemians 1, Sun FC 0; Gorleston Rangers 3, Martham Sunday 6; Leisureland 1, Yarmouth White Sox 3; Lichfield Arms 2, Carpathians 3; Venture Albion 4, Camden Tavern Reserves 3.
Fixtures. Sunday, May 1 – Division One: El Sol v Rollesby (D Tozer, Green Lane); Hemsby v Acle Wanderers (G Gray, Hemsby); Star and Garter v Camden Tavern (K Forbes, Burgh Castle); Windmill v Great Yarmouth Sunday (G Walker, Gorleston Rec).
Division Two: Bohemians v Gorleston Rangers (R Manship, New Road, Belton) Leisureland v Martham Sunday (W Hanson, Magdalen); Mariners Compass v Camden Tavern Reserves (R Drake, Magdalen); Venture Albion v Lichfield Arms (S Whitefoot, Magdalen)
Thursday, May 5 – League KO Cup final etin: Camden Tavern v Rollesby (Emerald Park, 7.30pm), sponsored by Peter Self.