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The G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Report 06 March 2011
Two sides from each Division went through to the semi finals of the Premier and Division One Cup in the G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance. Niall Cummins scored the only goal of the game against Gardiners Arms to send holders Quilligans into the last four. Doubles from David Cram and Connor McGough helped Devonshire Arms to a 6-2 win over Newton Arms. In the all Division One games Fleetwood Gym defeated Additions 3-1 in the Fleetwood derby and Christ The King overcame Spindles 2-1.In the Division Four Cup both ties went to extra time with Metrostars beating Clifton Arms 2-1 and The Sun Inn winning 4-2 against Stable Bar.
Lancashire Cup finalists Poulton SFC kept in touch with the leaders in the only Premier Division game played after the 3-1 victory over Blackpool Rangers with Carl Eastwood Darren Hall and Nick Pugh their marksmen.
In Division one the in form Uncle Toms Cabin dented the title hopes of Bloomfield Vets. after beating them 4-1 with Jason Nuttall scoring three. West Coast Tackle came back from a 3-1 deficit to draw 3-3 with Highbury Vets. In the game in which both sides missed penalties Rick Seear scored twice for West Coast before brother Ben equalised with Stuart Holloway netting twice for Vets. Pairs from Peter Clarkson & Stephen Gay won a high scoring game for Shovels 5-4 against Mythop Leisure.
The two top teams in Division two both lost with C & G Electrical beating leaders Northern Care Colts 4-2 with Steve Wright`s double leading their scorers. Tony Swallow scored the only goal of the game as second placed No. 4 Rangers went down to Tower Lounge. Tangerine Tavern remain in contention following the 7-1 victory over Grand Designs. Wrea Green won 8-1 against CTK with a hat trick from Nathan Cook and two from Michael Cartmell. A pair from Damian Clayson and goals from Sean McGuiness and Dwyane Mitchell clinched a 4-1 success for Blackpool Catholic Club over Travel Village.
The two leading sides in Division three enjoyed big wins with Boars Head defeating AFC Bloomfield 9-1 with Lee O`Neill grabbing five goals and Craig Harding three. Blackpool Lane Ends beat No. Four Celtic 8-1 with seven different players on their score sheet. Lane Ends came back from a goal down to record a 6-1 victory over Old England with a Nathan Shelliker treble and a pair from Ashley Baines. An Ashley Walsh hat trick secured Hansom Cab a 5-2 win against Teamsport 90. Mere Park beat a spirited Blue Room 3-1 with two goals from Jacob Peake and a penalty by Scott Grimes with Daniel Duckinfield replying.
Division four leaders No.1 Club lost 7-4 to the in form Xceptional Kitchens with Darren Worrall scoring three and Dale Ritchie two goals. Chris Danson scored all Lane Ends Res. goals in the 3-1 success over Waterloo Pub. Waterloo Hotspurs went two up in the first ten minutes against Fylde Coast Vets. before two goals from Stuart McPhee and a Lee Rogers strike gave Vets. a 3-2 lead. Waterloo levelled before Mc Phee completed his hat trick only for a last minute goal to give Waterloo a share of the points.