Results Round up – November 22nd 2009

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

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Mortgage Shop Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Report 22nd November 2009  

In the fifth round of the Lancashire Cup Mortgage Shop Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance premier sides Blackpool Rangers and Devonshire Arms met at Blackpool Road St Annes. A scrappy game was decided in the second half when a long shot from David Cram deceived the Rangers keeper to send Devonshire through to the quarter finals.

In the other tie played AFC Additions lost 4-1 away to New Farrington House with Chris Rose scoring their consolation goal. Quilligans hope to play their outstanding away game against Rochdalians next Sunday. 

In the league only four games survived the weather but these provided a feast of goals with two games containing 9 goals each and the other two having 8 goals. In division 1 third and fourth sides FC Loco and Highbury Vets shared the points in a 4-4 result.

A double from Joel Chappell and Michael Kershaw and Tom Hole got the goals for Loco while a pair from Ian Vickers and Michael Anderson and Stuart Holloway replied for the visitors. Fairhaven moved above North West Kitchens after beating them 5-4 with nine different players finding the net. 

Real Burlington recovered from last weeks surprise loss and stay top of division 3A after defeating a weakened AFC Ansdell Excelsior 7-1. Ansdell who were 2-0 down at half time fought back with a Danny Garth goal on the hour. The last 20 minutes was a disaster for Ansdell who without a substitute for their goalkeeper injured in conceding a penalty let in 5 goals. Andy Harvie with 2 goals was man of the match with Gareth Fegan (2) Jamie Nay Chris Nay and Kevin Monaghan also on the score sheet.  The teams meet again next week.  

Improving The Stable Bar went to joint second in division 3 B after the 6-3 win against C & G Electrical with a pair from Ben Wrigley leading their scorers while Dan Cardio-Migo scored twice for the losers.                     

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