Snaps From Boundary – Sunday January 25th 2009

A few snaps from Boundary Park this morning featuring Blackpool Rangers versus Hydronics, Poulton versus The Crescent, Paris Casino versus Marshall Court and Layton Institute Juniors versus Foulds Metals.

More photos now added.

Layton Juniors (blue) vs Foulds Metals

Paris Casino (red and blue) versus Marshall Court

Alan Cocker, Manager, Secretary, Linesman, Treasurer, Kitman, etc. etc. of Poulton SFC

Poulton (white) versus The Crescent

Venerable Referee Tony Cunliffe, not impressed with the standard of Premier Division football –  “the division 3 match I did last week was much better…”, he lamented

I didn't catch any of BFSFA leading scorer Jason Nuttall's (number 9 above) goals today – but I did mange to snap this glaring miss from 2 yards, proving that even he is human after all

Midway through the season and Crescent seem to have a problem with turning up with matching shorts and socks

First goal for the Poulton, number 8 with a deft chip over the advancing keeper

Blackpool Rangers (blue) versus Hydronics

Penalty scored for Blackpool Rangers

Refere Barry Cropp with a word of advice for Foulds Metals

Poulton celebrate their second of the game

Mr. Cropp always shows a good card

Good technique on the volley from the Rangers player

Hydronics FC's Aaron Matthews

Looks like new Beamers all round at the LFA this year…

Meanwhile Rangers player/manager John Miles draws a couple of the finer points of the FA Rulebook to his referee's attention. Due to be playing in nets again today, John was cruelly outvoted by his team and left on the sidelines

Poulton through on goal again but this effort went just wide

A tricky Patrick Berger lookalike in young Mark Robinson was on form for Crescent

There's not many of us around who can get their leg over like that…

Chris Cairns – dominant in the air all game for Rangers

And Finally – This week's 'Camp Defensive Wall' award goes to Blackpool Rangers

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