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The G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Report – 21 August 2011
Quilligans look determined to hold on to the Premier Division title of the G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance after defeating last year`s runners up Poulton SFC 2-1. After a goalless first half Nick Greenall gave Quilligans an early lead but Poulton equalised through Daniel Whittaker before an injury time winner from Marc Beattie maintained Quilligans 100% start to the season. Spindles continued their fine run when they overcame an early Mythop Leisure goal to win 3-2 with a Neil Dugdale double and a spectacular strike from Chris Douglas. WCT Chris Allen Garages earned their first points in the 4-0 victory over Additions with Ben Seear (2) Rick Seear and Rob Higgins their scorers.
In Division One promoted Tangerine Tavern romped home 7-2 in their first game against Wrea Green with a Daryl Hall hat trick and and two goals from Barry Davenport with Nathan Cook on target for the losers. Blackpool Catholic Club took an early lead through Danny McGovern against Uncle Toms Cabin who equalised through Mitchell Blakemore before a David Cram treble helped Catholic to a 4-1 victory. Blackpool Motor Works needed a last minute penalty from Matthew Derby to finish 1-1 with Bathroom Solutions and have now drawn all four games. An Adrian Barker pair gave Village Steel a share of the points in the 3-3 result with The County.
Boars Head top Division Two after Lee O`Neill scored the only goal in the game against Stable Bar. A Phillipson Peltier hat trick earned 21st Century Windows a 4-3 win over Travel Village. Blackpool Catholic Colts hammered Rossall Tavern 8-1 with a Wesley Nobbs treble and doubles from Adam Gill and Jason Jewitt. Blackpool Lane Ends scored first against Clifton Arms but lost a high scoring game 7-4 with five players scoring twice