Results Round Up – Sunday September 27th 2009.

Here's this weeks results round up, courtesy of BFSFA committee man Frank Kennedy. 


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Mortgage Shop Sunday Alliance Report 30 September 2009 
 
In the Premier division of the Mortgage Shop Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Hydronics won their second successive game in a surprise 4-1 defeat of Poulton SFC with Daniel Gillett scoring a hat trick. Devonshire Arms progressed to the third round of the Lancashire Cup following a 5-2 win in their delayed game against Preston side Canaries.
 
FC Matrix lead division 1 on goal difference after beating Fairhaven 7-0 with Marco Cobb (3) and Alan O`Loughlin (2) leading the scorers. FC Eden and FC Loco both won to keep in touch with the leaders. Stuart Holloway grabbed a hat trick for Highbury Vets. in the 5-0 defeat of bottom side GE Rushworth.
 
Unbeaten West Coast Tackle with 3 games in hand are challenging the leaders at the top of division 2A following their win against The Squirrel. After scoring 4 early goals they won 6-1 with the Seear twins sharing 5 goals. Great Eccleston stay top after Daniel Ball scored their goals in the 3-1 victory over FC Brun Grove. At the bottom Claremont Cons. moved above MA2 after beating them 3-2 with a Steve Moseley double. 16 year old Joel Cummins scored for MA2 in an impressive debut.
 
At the top of division 2B Fireplace Superstore thrashed Metrostars 7-1 with Anton Byrne-Carter and Ben Aspin both scoring twice. Paul Parker scored all Fleetwood Kings goals in their 4-0 defeat of bottom side Mere Park. Highfield Social won 8-3
with a Scott Waters hat trick and goalkeeper Mark Brooks also scored when his clearance deceived the Skye defence. AFC Marton reversed a half time 3-0 deficit to draw 3-3 against Boars Head with Andrew Redfern (2) and Anthony Robinson getting their goals.
 
AFC Ansdell Excelsior lost ground at the top of division 3A after drawing 2-2 with St Annes Ex-Service. Real Burlington went joint top after trouncing Lane Ends 11-1 with Jamie Nay getting 6 goals and Andy Harvie a hat trick.
 
In division 3B pride of place went to FC Newton Castilla who won their first points in the 3-0 defeat of King Edward V11 thanks to goals from Dan Cox and Lewis Neve. FC Kingsfield kept their 100% record to stay top after a narrow 2-0 win at Frenchmans Cove with Luke Noble and Martin Bowlings scoring.
 


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