Results – Sunday October 9th 2011

Courtesy of the BFSFA committee, here are all of the the provisional results from today's programme. Eleven of our sides were competing in the the 3rd round of this season's Lancashire Sunday Trophy. 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.

Tower Lounge win away on penalties in the Lancashire Sunday Trophy and there was another good win for AFC Wilo against top side Theatre Boys FC.  Quills go through after knocking out fellow BFSFA side Blackpool Catholic Club.  Spindles and Newton Arms will be hoping for better pitch conditions next week.  Blackpool Motor Works FC go top of Division 1 although their rivals have a number of games in hand.  Blackpool Lane Ends FC have another big win to open up a five point gap at the top of Division 2.  A good day for Xceptional Kitchens FC as they win and Number Four Celtic FC lose in Division 3.  St Annes FC's great form continued with a fourth straight win.  Big wins for all of the top five in Division 4 makes it tougher for those below them.  Soul Suite stay a point clear.

In the Lancashire Sunday Trophy, Premier Division leaders Quilligans FC were away at Division 1 leaders Blackpool Catholic Club FC.  Both were still unbeaten in all competitions.  (More pictures below).

Lancashire Sunday Trophy (Round 3)

BAC Continental (P) Spindles

Blackpool Catholic Club 0 – 6 Quilligans

Fleetwood Gym 4 – 5 Ashton Villa

New Gardeners 4 – 0 Gardeners Arms

Poulton (Home walkover) Whitley

Preston City (P) Newton Arms

WCT Chris Allen Garages 1 – 3 Canaries

White Bull 2 – 2 Tower Lounge (Tower won 4-3 on pens)

AFC Wilo 3 – 1 Theatre Boys

Highfield Grange (Home walk over) Northern Care Colts

Premier Division

FC Loco 2 – 0 Christ the King

Mythop Leisure 0 – 7 Great Eccleston

Division 1

C&G Electrical 2 – 7 Northern Care Colts

Golden Eagle 3 – 1 Brun Grove

Highfield Social 1 – 4 Blackpool Motor Works

Tangerine Tavern 1 – 1 Village Steel

The County 3 – 1 Uncle Toms Cabin

Division 2

21st Century Windows 2 – 2 FC Rangers

Blackpool Lane Ends 6 – 0 Stable Bar

Boars Head 4 – 4 Squirrel

Clifton Arms 2 – 2 Travel Village

Rossall Tavern 0 – 6 Blackpool Catholic Colts

The Sun Inn 2 – 1 Hansom Cab

Division 3

Bispham Hotel 3 – 1 Marshall Court

Blue Spot Knee Clinic 2 – 5 Marton Athletic

FC Kingsfield 13 – 2 Metrostars

St Annes 3 – 0 Mere Park

Teamsport 90 FC 3 – 0 Number Four Celtic

Xceptional Kitchens 7 – 1 Old England

Division 4

Blue Room 11 – 0 Stanley Arms

DS Rovers 2 – 7 Excellent UK FC

FC Newton 10 – 0 Philharmonic

Lane Ends Reserves 1 – 3 Berry's Beds

Soul Suite 3 – 2 DH Gas

Victoria Hospital 2 – 5 Thatched FC

A miserable October morning for Sunday football.  Even Boundary Park had some standing water so I expect that many of the other Fylde venues were muddy today.

Poulton SFC manager Alan Cocker watches on alongside referees' secretary Dave Connor.  Poulton's opponents were in Tenerife so a comfortable walk over for the holders.

Quills' keeper Smiffy.

Jordan Spedding hit a sweet first time dipping volley to put Quills ahead.  Only 1-0 at the interval and the Catholics were still in the game.

Will Watt (18) connects with fresh air and opposition buttock as the chance went begging

Marco Cobb

Midway through the second half the Catholics conceded a bad penalty just inside the box with the Quills player having his back to goal and no threat.  The penalty was notched and two minutes later a great run and cross from Dickinson ended with a headed goal at the far post.  Game over.

Out watching in the Bermuda shorts along with the Grange Park corgie

Dave Cram, looking remarkably fresh after his stag day/night yesterday but every credit for turning out which is more than can be said for his wing man and best man OJ who was nowhere to be seen.  Poor show.

Nick Corless (Right)

Sportspy 2011/12

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