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Mortgage Shop Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Report – 26 September 2010 The nine postponed games from last week were completed with four Mortgage Shop Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance teams going through to the second round. Last year`s runners up Quilligans hammered Wigan side Academy Sports 10-0 with a Liam Frend hat trick and pairs from Jordan Spedding and Will Watt leading the scorers. Newton Arms thrashed Eccleston & Heskin 9-0 with Anthony Wilkinson scoring four and Graeme Hutchinson three. Gardeners Arms came out on top 5-2 in the local tie against AFC Wilo. Two goals from David Cram helped Devonshire Arms to a 4-1 win over Station Hotel. Mere Park led three times at Bury against Heaton United but finished 3-3 before losing 10-9 on penalties. Christ the King also went out on penalties against London Victoria after drawing 2-2.
In the premier division FC Loco went second after a Matthew Parr treble helped them to a 4-3 victory over bottom side Pulcinella`s. Northern Care enjoyed their first win after beating FC Eden 7-3 with Nick Devereux getting a hat trick and Marco Cobb and new signing Pip Franke doubles.
In a close game in division 1 second placed AFC Additions struggled to defeat bottom side Highfield Social 2-1 with Scott Bradford on target twice. Spindles went third after a fine 6-2 success against Shovels with Jordan Beech and Scott Park netting twice and Peter Clarkson replying.
Real Burlington went top of division 2 after a 4-2 win over Farmers Arms with Jamie Nay scoring twice. Bloomfield Hotel moved to joint second after defeating Blackpool Catholic Club in an entertaining game with Tony Buxton heading the only goal of the match. No. 4 Rangers lost ground at the top after drawing 3-3 with bottom side C & G Electrical. Tower Lounge kept in touch after defeating Dockers 5-1 with doubles from Scott Mc Cabe and Mark Meehan.
Boars Head lead division 3 after beating Marshall Court 6-3 with Colin Hannigan and Craig Harding both netting twice. A Craig Worrall hat trick kept Blackpool Lane Ends joint second after the 4-1 defeat of Kingsfield. Hansom Cab thrashed bottom side Blue Room 10-0 with Christopher Glynn five goals topping their scorers. A Leon Fletcher hat trick earned Old England a 4-4 draw with Lane Ends.
Division 4 leaders No. 1 Club had a good 6-1 victory over Xceptional Kitchens with Danny Cowell scoring twice. Second placed Stable Bar won 6-4 against Clifton Arms with a Shaun Worden hat trick and two goals from Ben Wrigley whilst Matty Grime scored three in reply.