THE winner of the North Devon Wrey Arms Sunday League Division One title will be decided by the last league match of the season. Sunday's showdown between Dynamo Yamz and Bratton Fleming at Brimlands, Ilfracombe, kicks off at 10.30am, with home side Dynam
THE winner of the North Devon Wrey Arms Sunday League Division One title will be decided by the last league match of the season.Sunday's showdown between Dynamo Yamz and Bratton Fleming at Brimlands, Ilfracombe, kicks off at 10.30am, with home side Dynamo needing just a point to secure top spot for the second year in a row.Dynamo are currently on top with 36 points, just ahead of Bratton on 34 points. Bratton have a superior goal difference, but need the win to snatch victory.In the first of two Division One League Cup semi-finals played on Sunday, Jason Hammond scored first for J&A in their win against the Police. Hammond's good finish under the keeper came at the end of a well-worked Snappers move. After half-time, J&A added a second after Hector Christie latched onto a brilliant Darren Avery through-ball from the back, to direct a first-time shot on the turn.J&A looked to capitalise on the lead but were pegged back momentarily after a defensive clearance ended up in the back of their own net.Ten minutes later, Avery's free-kick into the box caused a similar mix-up at the other end, a headed own goal putting the Snappers 3-1 ahead.They extended the lead further when substitute wing-back James Doble switched from right to left and fired a in a fine half-volley from the edge of the box.But just as the Snappers looked to be cruising to the final with 20 minutes left to play, injury to skipper Simon Green forced a couple of changes at the back.And without the commanding influence of Green, J&A looked stunned as the Police mounted a spirited come-back with two goals in the last 10 minutes.The final 4-3 scoreline was enough to send J&A through to the final against Bratton Fleming, who went through 5-3 winners away to Pollyfield on Sunday.The Mill Road cup-final double-header on Sunday, April 13 will host the Division One final at 1pm, followed by the Division Two final between Rose & Crown and King's Arms at 4pm.