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The G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Report – 11 September 2011
The G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance featured the second round ties in the Gledhill Trophy with the holders Quilligans looking determined to lift the Cup again after their 12-2 win over C & G Electrical with Jordan Spedding scoring four Michael Clark three and Martin Baird two goals and Chris Davies replying. In the next round Quilligans meet Fleetwood Gym in a repeat of last seasons final after Gym romped home 8-0 against Uncle Toms Cabin with a Liam Forrest hat trick and a double from Dean Richards. A Darren Hall treble and a Gary Pett pair helped Poulton SFC to a 9-0 success over Hansom Cab.
Division One Tangerine Tavern knocked out Premier side Great Eccleston 4-3 with a double strike from Barry Davenport whilst Tower Lounge dumped Premier team FC Loco with Peter Floyd and Gordon Reeves their marksmen in the 2-1 win and Matthew Parr replying. Stable Bar inflicted the first defeat of the season on Blackpool Motor Works when goals from Lloyd Patton and Mark Sinnett earned them a 2-1 victory. Another surprise result was Excellent UK`s 5-2 win against previously unbeaten Number Four Celtic with a Keiran Rimmington double.
David Cram scored four goals after the break to add to first half strikes from Stephen Bonser and Danny McGovern to clinch a 6-2 victory for Blackpool Catholic Club over Brun Grove. Philharmonic kept their first clean sheet in disposing of Bispham Hotel 3-0 with Damian Dinsmore (2) and Thomas Delaney scoring.
A Scott Waters pair helped The County to a 4-3 win against Xceptional Kitchens. Paul Gaskell`s hat trick earned Bathroom Solutions a 5-2 victory over FC Wilo. Lee O`Neill claimed all the goals in Boars Head 4-3 defeat of Lane Ends Res. Chris Scollen also scored four times for FC Rangers in the 7-2 success against Stanley Arms.
In the Division Three clash Mere Park beat Marton Athletic 4-0 thanks to a hat trick from 16 year old George Livesey and a Lee Ferguson strike. Teamsport 90 came out 5-3 winners over Metrostars with an Andy Smith hat trick. FC Newton defeated Soul Suite in the meeting of Division four teams with Ross Ainsworth (2) and Ryan Dodd netting.
In the only League game the two bottom teams in Division Four met with DS Rovers collecting their first points in the 3-2 defeat of Victoria Hospital with Ben Davies (2) and Josh Evans on their score sheet and Luke Smith replying.
Next Sunday sees Alliance sides competing in the second round of the Lancashire Sunday Trophy with holders Poulton SFC kicking off their title defence with a home tie against Warton Typhoons.