THE Wrey Arms Sunday Football League Division One title will be settled on the last game of the season. Bratton Fleming and Dynamo will meet in two weeks' time in a showdown decider for the top prize. On Sunday, Dynamo took a vital three points and condem
THE Wrey Arms Sunday Football League Division One title will be settled on the last game of the season.Bratton Fleming and Dynamo will meet in two weeks' time in a showdown decider for the top prize.On Sunday, Dynamo took a vital three points and condemned J&A to relegation from Division One with a 1-0 win at the Tarka Tennis Centre.Despite loading the attack, the Snappers were unable to find the breakthrough during wave after wave of forward play.J&A threw everything at 10-men Dynamo, who held onto their single goal thanks to a solid defensive display at the back, and tireless front-running by strike duo Craig Rice and Ray Squire.Also in Div One, Landkey beat Kenny's Bar 3-1, Jamie Hutton (2) and Kieron Haywood the scorers. This weekend, features league cup semi-final action, with J&A taking on the Police, and Pollyfield pushing for silverware against Bratton.In Division Two, champions Wrey Arms completed their first season in the league with a convincing 6-0 win over Western Power Distribution. Lee Capner scored his first ever hat-trick on his return to the side following injury, while Kieran Wallis also scored on his return from a broken leg sustained during the first match of the season. Lee Holding and Shane King were the other scorers for Wrey.Rose & Crown found themselves 3-0 up inside the first minutes in their game against Kings Arms. The South Molton men did finally manage to switch on after half-an-hour though, Colin Kennerson hitting back for the Kings on 35 minutes. Simon Loosemore added another with a reverse volley that caught everybody out, but a 4-2 final score was enough to seal promotion for Rose & Crown, who move into Division One next season.The two sides will square up for a final time this season in the league cup final on April 13.