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The G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Report 9 October 2011
The third round games in the Lancashire Sunday Trophy were disappointing for the G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance teams with only four progressing to the next round and two sides having games postponed. Holders Poulton SFC went through as their opponents Whitley were unable to fulfil their fixture. In the all Alliance match Quilligans knocked out Blackpool Catholic Club 6-0 with a hat trick from Jordan Spedding a Gareth Moore double and a Paul Dickinson goal. Division Two FC Wilo had a surprise 3-1 win against top Preston side Theatre Boys with Anthony Boardman Mark Ford and Adam Holbrook on target. Tower Lounge needed penalties to defeat White Bull after finishing level 2-2 with Lee McCabe and Chris Preece scoring. Despite a Liam Forrest hat trick Fleetwood Gym went out 5-4 to Ashton Villa.
In the Premier Division Great Eccleston won 7-0 against Mythop Leisure with pairs from Philip Ball and Ben Strawn. FC Loco had a 2-0 victory over Christ The King with Joel Chappell scoring the goals.
Blackpool Motor Works went top of Division One after defeating bottom side Highfield Social 4-1 with Matthew Derby and Peter Kane both netting twice. A James Rawcliffe double earned Golden Eagle a 3-1 success against Brun Grove.
Division Two leaders Blackpool Lane Ends won 6-0 for the second successive week with Craig Worrall scoring a hat trick against Stable Bar. Bottom side Squirrel held Boars Head to a 4-4 draw with Adam Holliday scoring two and Craig Harding and Lee O`Neill doing the same for Boars. Sun Inn enjoyed their second win after beating Hansom Cab 2-1 with Michael Miah and Dean Walsh netting. A pair from Jason Jewitt sealed a 6-1 victory for Blackpool Catholic Colts over Rossall Tavern.
Xceptional Kitchens are now clear leaders of Division Three after the 7-1 defeat of Old England with doubles from Tyrone Melling Dale Ritchie and Darren Worrall and Jamie Fullalove replying. Number Four Celtic lost ground at the top after losing 3-0 to Teamsport 90 with goals from Conner Cooper (2) and Adam Smith. St Annes extended their successful run to four after beating Mere Park 3-0 with two strikes from Nick Beddow and another from Adam Fishwick. Kingsfield keep in touch with the leaders following their 13-2 trouncing of Metrostars with Chris Casson Elliot Lavin and Mark Lees all grabbing hat tricks. Jordan Howe`s treble clinched a second win for Bispham Hotel in the 3-1 success against Marshall Court. Marton Athletic moved off the bottom after winning 5-2 against Blue Spot Knee Clinic with doubles from Chris and Richard Evans.
There were goals galore in Division Four with Blue Room hammering Stanley Arms 11-0 with Stuart Bunn`s four topping their scorers. Ryan Dodd grabbed eight for FC Newton as they romped home 10-0 against Philharmonic. Excellent UK beat DS Rovers 7-2 with an Andi Smart double. Leaders Soul Suite defeated DH Gas 3-2 with Christopher Daws Lee Morrison and Luke Robson netting. Second placed Thatched House won 5-2 against bottom side Victoria Hospital with five names on their score sheet.