It's a knockout time in the divisions

BUSINESS HOUSES LEAGUE: With the leagues coming to an end, the emphasis has been on the divisional knockout trophies. The divisional cups give all the sides that play in our respective divisions a chance of silverware after all the usual business has been done with.

With the leagues coming to an end, the emphasis has been on the divisional knockout trophies. The divisional cups give all the sides that play in our respective divisions a chance of silverware after all the usual business has been done with. This normally results in a few surprises and this year has been no different!

In the Division One cup, champions and Shoe Trades Cup finalists Yelverton have steam-rollered into the semis, most notably beating Jarrolds 5-0 on the way. They face UEA Reserves to reach the final. In the other semi, Drayton take on Salhouse.

In the Division Two cup, favourites Jubilee and Norwich medics went out in round one to open the cup up to current semi-finalists Sprowston Beehive who entertain Dyers arms and South Walsham who play Costessey Sports. Division Three champions Costessey Crown Reserves were dumped out by an Old Catton side now facing favourites Yelverton Reserves in the Division Three semi. Reepham A take on Thorpe Village A in the other semi. The finals are to take place this Saturday (Division 1 & 3) at Newton Flotman and Saturday 8th at the same venue. Entry is free to all.


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