|Apologies for the delay. 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 January 17th 2010
The Mortgage Shop Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance returned to action last weekend with 9 games surviving the weather although more matches would have been completed had Blackpool Council marked out pitches which were playable.
The top game of the day was in the Premier division where the leaders Northern Care and second placed Poulton SFC finished level 1-1 with Ashley Delaney and Carl Eastwood on target. The other game saw Blackpool Rangers avenge their Lancashire Cup defeat by Devonshire Arms with a Colin Sullivan goal giving them a 1-0 win.
FC Loco top of division 1 easily beat the Shovels 8-1 with Chris Smith and Matthew Parr both scoring hat tricks. Highbury Vets. came out on top in the derby game with Fleetwood Cricket Club winning 4-3 with 2 goals from Stuart Holloway and others from Stephen Flynn and John Beavers while a pair from Mark Smith and Lee Heslop replied for Cricket Club.
Highfield Social are now one of three teams level at the top of division 2B although they struggled against lowly Metrostars before coming out 3-2 winners thanks to goals from Scott Waters Lee Chettle and Fraser Cook with Stuart Wilson and Kiernan Fairnie on target for Metrostars.
In division 3A Falcon recorded a 7-2 win at AFC Ansdell Excelsior with 4 goals from Lewis Johnston and a hat trick from Bruce Budden. FC Newton and FC Rangers shared the points in a 1-1 score line with Kevin Fitch and Ryan Bradley finding the net.
Score Football kept up with the leaders in division 3B after winning 4-2 against The Stable Bar with a double from Neal Williams and other goals from Tarren Moxon and David Horrocks while Ben Wrigley and Andrew Short replied for Stable.
In the only cup game played FC Talbot defeated Old England in the division 2 Cup with a goal from Robert Ashworth.