Results – Sunday September 18th 2011

Courtesy of the BFSFA committee, here are all of the the provisional results from today's programme of Lancashire Sunday Trophy and domestic league action. The fixtures for next week are now on-line. If in doubt please contact Dennis Peters on 391055. The tables, fixtures and results have now been updated. Also includes a selection of pictures from Commonedge Road.


Great away wins in the Lancashire Sunday Trophy for Quilligans, Tower Lounge, FC Kingsfield, Fleetwood Gym and the Newton Arms.  They'll also be joined in the hat for Round 3 by home winners Blackpool Catholic Club, Northern Care Colts, Poulton SFC, WCT Chris Allen Garages and AFC Wilo.  Both the Gardeners and Spindles games were off due to waterlogged pitches away from home.  In Division 1 there was a good win for Golden Eagle who go second.  Bathroom Solutions and Village Steel finished at 2-2.  Boars Head back to form in Division 2 with a 3-1 away win at the Hansom Cab.  Xceptional Kitchens FC win the Division 3 game of the day as they beat Lane Ends FC to stay top.  The top three all win in Division 4 but the Blue Room FC take the plaudits with with a 6-0 home win against Excellent (UK) FC. 

In the Lancashire Sunday Trophy BFSFA side WCT Chris Allen Garages FC were at home to Bury outfit AFC Swan.  A good game this one.  WCT went 3-1 up but in the above picture, the Swan pulled one back from the penalty spot.  WCT went on to win 4-2.

Lancashire Sunday Trophy (Round 2)

21st Century Windows 0 – 4 Academy Sports

AFC Additions 1 – 3 Station Hotel

Blackpool Catholic Club 4 – 2 Wrea Green

C&G Electrical 0 – 4 Top Derby

Christ the King 1 – 2 Quilligans

Deane FC 1 – 5 Tower Lounge

Italia FC 0 – 5 FC Kingsfield

Mere Park 2 – 3 Farnworth Cricket Club

Northern Care Colts 3 – 1 Euxton Villa

Poulton SFC 12 – 0 Warton Typhoons

Spindles (Off) Orrell Sorrento

St Georges XI FC (Off) Gardeners Arms

Standish Park Rangers 2 – 4 Fleetwood Gym

WCT Chris Allen Garages 4 – 3 AFC Swan

White Lion Wanderers 2 – 5 Newton Arms

AFC Wilo 5 – 3 Crown Colne

Gledhill Trophy (Round 2)

Highfield Social 2 – 0 Squirrel

Premier Division

Bloomfield Vets 6 – 4 Mythop Leisure

Division 1

Bathroom Solutions 2 – 2 Village Steel

Blackpool Motor Works 5 – 2 Uncle Tom's Cabin

Brun Grove 2 – 3 The County

Golden Eagle 4 – 1 Tangerine Tavern

Division 2

Blackpool Catholic Colts 6 – 7 Travel Village

FC Rangers 1 – 1 Blackpool Lane Ends

Hansom Cab 1 – 3 Boars Head

Rossall Tavern 1 – 1 CTK FC

The Sun Inn 3 – 5 Clifton Arms

Division 3

Marton Athletic 3 – 5 Marshall Court

Metrostars 2 – 8 Teamsport 90 FC

Old England 0 – 3 Number Four Celtic

St Annes 5 – 0 Bluespot Knee Clinic

Xceptional Kitchens 1 – 0 Lane Ends

Division 4

Blue Room 6 – 0 Excellent UK FC

DS Rovers 0 – 3 Soul Suite

FC Newton 9 – 3 Berry's Beds

Fylde Coast Vets 2 – 5 Thatched

Lane Ends Reserves 6 – 3 Victoria Hospital

Philharmonic 1 – 3 DH Gas

BFSFA side WCT in the Blue

Gallagher (Right)

AFC Swan keeper

An AFC Swan free kick arrows into the top corner giving Sam little chance.

Ben Seear (Left)

High fashion at the Edge this morning

3 – 2…game on!

Makeshift repairs to stem the bleeding nose of the Marton Athletic FC keeper.

Marshall Court Sandpiper FC sporting the '20 Years' commemorative shirt

Scrambled away

Village manager Russell Perrett short of players for the top of the table clash away against Bathroom Solutions FC.  'Mingo' Jenks only turned up for the last twenty after getting in at 5am but still managed to score in an entertaining 2-2 draw.

Bathroom Solutions FC score a late equaliser.

He just can't keep away.  50 year old Dave Neal makes his upteenth comeback, this time in the shirt of DS Rovers FC

A nasty looking injury to a Soul Suite FC player.  Looked more twist than bust.

You may be having a miserable afternoon after the morning football didn't go too well.  Everything's relative.  Best wishes for a speedy recovery from us all.

Sportspy 2011/12

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