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Yarmouth Sunday League

PUBLISHED: 14:36 19 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:40 03 July 2010

The Aston Berry Great Yarmouth Sunday League



THE top three places in the first division are separated by just two points following the weekend's round of matches.

The Aston Berry Great Yarmouth Sunday League

THE top three places in the first division are separated by just two points following the weekend's round of matches.

Camden Tavern defeated leaders El Sol 2-0 to jump into pole position on 10 points with El Sol sitting second on nine points.

In third come Arches who gave Norton a lesson on Mill Lane, running out 7-3 victors after storming into a 4-0 interval lead, including a hat-trick for Louis Holdsworth.

As is the tightness of the division Hembsy, who recorded a 3-1 win in their derby match with Sunningdale, jump up three places into fourth on four points but they have played more games than anyone else. Sunningdale remain rooted to the bottom and still pointless, this being their fourth straight loss.

The battles between the top two sides in the second division turned out to be a non-contest as Windmill ran out 7-1 winners at Rollesby as the two sides swap places.

Even at this early stage it looks like the remainder of the division are playing for second, and Acle Wanderers did their chances no harm at all with a solid 1-0 win at Belton United.

There was a terrific 2-1 win for Gorleston Albion against an out of sorts Caesars Bar who slipped to the foot of the table following Camden Tavern Reserves' tight 3-2 win against Hembsy.

Sun FC remain top of the third division despite being inactive, whereas Star and Garter closed the gap to three points as they maintained their perfect start with a 7-2 win against the youthful Mariners Compass.

Memphis Belton remain in the mix following their fine 5-2 win at Crown Stores for whom the wheels seem to have come off following their fine start to the season.

Rumbold Arms, who are behind on their games compared to the rest of the division, recorded a 3-1 win against Carpathians whilst Venture Albion netted their first win by a single goal at Bohemians.

On Monday the league held a club meeting at which draws were made for the two KO competitions.

The quarter final line-up of the

KO Cup will be: Gorleston Albion/Rollesby v Memphis Belton/El Sol, Rumbold Arms/Hembsy FC v Crown Stores/Sun FC, Sunningdale Boys/Arches v Bohemians/Carpathians, Star and Garter/Belton United v Camden Tavern/Windmill.

The quarter-final of the KO Plate, which will be played next week, sees the following fixtures: Mariners Compass v Hembsy SSC, Acle Wanderers v Venture Albion, Camden Tavern Res v Norton Athletic, Newtown Golfers v Crown Stores.

Clubs are reminded that the scores should be phoned through to Glyn Gray by no later than 6pm on the day of the match. Failure to do so will result in a fine. Glyn can be contacted on 01493 651261 or 07504 991058.

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/

Results. Division One: Arches 7, Norton 3; Camden Tavern 2, El Sol 0; Hembsy SSC 3, Sunningdale 1.

Division Two: Acle Wdrs 1, Belton Utd 0; Camden Tavern Res 3, Hembsy FC 2; Gorleston Albion 2, Caesars Bar 1; Rollesby 1,

Windmill 7.

Division Three: Bohemians 0, Venture Albion 1; Crown Stores 2, Memphis Belton 7; Mariners Compass 2, Star & Garter 5; Rumbold Arms 3, Carpathians 1.

Fixtures Sunday

Division One: Camden Tavern v Hembsy SSC (Mill Lane) T Webb, El Sol v Norton Athletic (Green Lane) S Whitefoot, Newtown Golfers v Arches (Mill Lane) A Russell.

Division Two: Acle Wanderers v Windmill (Acle HS) R Bradnum, Camden Tavern Res V Gorleston Albion (Mill Lane) W Hanson, Hembsy FC v Belton United (Hembsy) B Russell, Rollesby v Caesars Bar (Rollesby) N Jaques.

Division Three: Carpathians v Bohemians (Ormesby) R Drake, Memphis Belton v Mariners Compass (Mill Lane) A Anguish, Sun FC v Crown Stores (Mill Lane) M Hubbard, Venture Albion v Rumbold Arms Burgh Castle

(R Manship).

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