Results Round up – December 6th 2009.

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

Frank Kennedy


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 In the fifth round of the Lancashire Cup Mortgage Shop Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Premier Division side Quilligans met Rochdalians in their re-arranged game at Collins Park. After a goalless first half Quilligans took the lead with a Michael Evans goal and Steve Palmer increased the lead in the 65th minute. However Rochdalians fought back and scored twice in the last seven minutes to take the game into extra time. Goals from Phil Thompson and Lee Broadbent saw Quilligans through to the quarter finals next Sunday when they entertain old rivals Station Hotel from Blackburn. 

In the Division 3 Cup AFC Ansdell Excelsior beat C B Choice Furniture 7-1 with a hat trick from Daniel Garth and a pair from Adam Casson. In the only other tie played Ashiana went through to the second round after a surprise 4-0 win against No.4 Celtic. 

Division 1 had a number of high scoring games with FC Eden moving above FC Matrix into second place after defeating them 4-3. FC Loco remain top but struggled to beat Paris Casino 1-0 with Ben Berry scoring. The Old Town Hall went fourth after the 3-0 success at North West Kitchens. Allan Perkes scored five for AFC Additions in the 6-0 win against bottom side G E Rushworth. Bloomfield Vets and Fairhaven FC both scored six with Ben McKay and Adam Greenwood getting hat tricks for their sides. 

Leaders of division 2A West Coast Tackle suffered their first defeat of the season after losing 5-4 to third placed Waterloo Sports who led 4-1 at half time. In the clash of the Seear family Waterloo`s Steven came out on top against his twin brothers with his man of the match performance. FC Brun Grove won 5-1 at Claremont Cons. with Michael Long and Ross Swift both scoring twice. FC Talbot and MA2 shared the points in a 3-3 result. 

 In division 2B Boars Head had a good 4-2 win against Old England helped by a Danny Kelly double. Real Burlington leaders of Division 3A beat FC Newton 4-0 with Andy Harvie scoring twice and other goals from Matthew Davenport and Andrew Willacy. Second placed Farmers Arms struggled against bottom side Lane Ends before winning 5-3 with Stephen Farquhar grabbing a hat trick and Carl Hughes and Danny Slater also on the score sheet.

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