Beccles teams join in Futsal fun
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The Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League welcomed six new Futsal teams on Sunday as it moved up to the under 8 age group.
Teams from Caister Roma, Martham, the Wasps and Hornets of Beccles Town, Acle United made their debuts, the superb facilities allowing a total of 30 matches.
There was cup football on Sunday with the under 13 semi-finals taking place. The Lions of Waveney will meet the Hornets of Beccles in the final, after both defeated Gorleston Rangers teams in the semi-finals.
Gorleston FC under 12s secured their place in the final coming out on top 5-3 over the Predators of Mutford and Wrentham. In the final they will meet their old rivals Harleston who needed extra time to beat Comets of Kirkley and Pakefield 5-4 at Walmer Road.
Long Stratton’s under 11 quarter-final was lost to the weather but the other three matches did take place, the Comets of Bohemians securing their semi-final spot with a 3-1 home win over Bungay Town United. Joining them in the semi-final draw will be the Meerkats of Waveney who recorded a 3-0 win over Waveney Jaguars, and it was a single goal defeat for the Pumas of Waveney losing at home to Caister Roma Gladiators.
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There were victories for the three under 16 teams heading Division One as leaders Gorleston Rangers Phoenix maintained their lead with a 6-2 home win over Sole Bay.
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