Results – Sunday October 16th 2011

Courtesy of the BFSFA committee, here are all of the the provisional results from today's programme.  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 pictures from Commonedge Road).


Three wins in row for Great Eccleston FC in the Prem as they stay second.  Poulton SFC move into third after they beat Mythop Leisure FC 4-0.  Blackpool Motor Works FC retain top spot in Division 1 after they trounce C&G Electrical FC 11-2.  Both Boars Head FC and 21st Century Windows FC make ground in Division 2 as Blackpol Lane Ends FC are held to a 1-1 draw.  FC Kingsfield narrow the gap in Division 3 after they win and leaders Xceptional Kitchens FC are beaten away at Mere Park FC.  Thatched FC win the big game of the day in Division 4 after beating rivals Soul Suite FC 4-3 away.  FC Newton are looking good in third as their latest win takes them within three points of the leaders with three games in hand.

Ouch, that looks a little painful.  The Bluespot Knee Clinic FC keeper dislocated his little finger resulting in an unscheduled visit to the infirmary.

Lancashire Sunday Trophy (Round 3)

BAC Continental 1 – 1 Spindles (BAC won 3-1 on pens)

Preston City (Abandoned at HT – waterlogged pitch) Newton Arms

Premier Division

Christ the King 0 – 4 Gardeners Arms

Fleetwood Gym 3 – 6 AFC Additions

FC Loco 2 – 6 Great Eccleston

Poulton SFC 4 – 0 Mythop Leisure

Division 1

Brun Grove 0 – 4 Tangerine Tavern

C&G Electrical 2 – 11 Blackpool Motor Works

Tower Lounge 2 – 0 The County

Wrea Green 4 – 1 Uncle Tom's Cabin

Division 2

21st Century Windows 2 – 0 CTK FC

Blackpool Catholic Colts 1 – 1 Blackpool Lane Ends

Boars Head 8 – 4 The Sun Inn

Clifton Arms 9 – 4 Rossall Tavern

FC Rangers 2 – 2 Travel Village

Hansom Cab 5 – 1 Squirrel

Stable Bar 2 – 1 AFC Wilo

Division 3

Bluespot Knee Clinic 0 – 4 Bispham Hotel

FC Kingsfield 7 – 1 Marshall Court

Lane Ends 4 – 1  Marton Athletic

Mere Park 3 – 1 Xceptional Kitchens FC

St Annes 3 –  4 Metrostars

Division 4

Berry's Beds 6 – 3 Fylde Coast Vets

Blue Room  3 – 1 DH Gas

DS Rovers 2 – 6  FC Newton

Excellent UK FC 4 – 3 Victoria Hospital

Soul Suite 3 – 4 Thatched FC

Stanley Arms 3 – 1 Lane Ends Reserves

In Division 3, Bluespot Knee Clinic FC were at home to the recently reformed Bispham Hotel FC.  After a shaky start to the season, Bispham (Yellow) have enjoyed a recent upturn in form.  It continued to day with a comfortable 4-0 away win. (Dying fly!)

The Bispham defensive wall – the lad far left takes up my favourite position in a place of safety

Nicholls (Right) playing for his umpteenth club

Ex referee and Bispham Hotel FC secretary John McNicholas was running the line.  He waved the flag that often I thought the Queen was passing by.

It's almost 'simian' isn't it.  Bispham keeper 'Mooky' – arms disproportionately out of kilter with his body – a real knuckle scraper.

Evading the tackle

Trickery in the box

Watch it all the way mate

Mr Thomson

The ref quite rightly gave a free kick for a high boot.  'NEVER REF' screamed the Bispham player.

A good local derby at U15's on the rugby pitch this morning – Scorpions v Blackpool

Good goal mate so I'll scrape your eyes out with my thumbs

Phillipson Peltier weighs up his options sporting the old Ashiana FC socks for 21st Century Windows FC as they climbed the table following a 2-0 win against CTK FC.

Alex Walker playing for Lane Ends Reserves FC at home to Stanley Arms, Wesham FC in the much anticipated Division 4 Kirkham derby.  It was to be Stanley's day as they ran out 3-1 winners.

Half time refreshments

'H' Taylor showing his best profile

Another inexplicable goal keeping habit of spitting into the gloves.  Extensive scientific research has proved conclusively that it has no positive effect whatsoever on the capability of the stopper.  In addition, some say it's for luck but in the picture below you'll see that theory going out of the window as well.

Appetite suppressor – he won't be picking his nose for a while

'Strange, my application forms always score well but I never seem to get through the interview'

Badge kisser Jordan after bagging his hat trick for the Bippy

Great game, 'Let's push mum in the dyke'……HARSH

A great headed goal from a corner for FC Newton against DS Rovers FC in Division 4

Wrapped up warm against the elements

Sportspy 2011/12

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