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The G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Report 16 October 2011
In the Premier Division of the G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Great Eccleston went second after their third successive victory in the 6-2 defeat of FC Loco 6-2 with Daniel Ball scoring four. Additions won the Fleetwood derby against Fleetwood Gym 6-3 with an Ashley Robinson hat trick a pair from Nathan Hive and a Scott Bradford strike. Gardeners Arms beat Christ The King 4-0 with Stuart Holloway (2) Anton Byrne-Carter and Anthony Reeves on target.
Division One leaders Blackpool Motor Works trounced C & G Electrical 11-2 with Jamie Hay`s six goals and Matthew Derby`s treble topping their scorers. A Michael Long double pair clinched a 4-0 win for Tangerine Tavern over Brun Grove. Goals from Alex Jebb and Chris Preece earned Tower Lounge a 2-0 victory against The County.
At the top of Division Two Blackpool Lane Ends dropped points after being held 1-1 by Blackpool Catholic Colts with Matthew Wannell their scorer and Daniel Duffy replying. Boars Head are second following the 8-4 beating of The Sun Inn with a Craig Harding treble and a Lee O`Neill pair. In another high scoring game Clifton Arms romped home 9-4 against Rossall Tavern with doubles from Andrew Barrow and Ashley Passmore. 21st Century Windows defeated CTK 2-0 with Ben MacDonald and Phillipson Peltier on target. Goals from Mark Sinnett secured a 2-0 win for Stable Bar over FC Wilo.
Leaders of Division Three Xceptional Kitchens suffered their first defeat of the season when they lost 3-1 to Mere Park with George Livesey scoring twice and a Nick Tosh strike with Darren Worrall replying. Kingsfield climbed to second after winning 7-1 against Marshall Court with Chris Edge Shane Hull and Michael Smales all netting pairs. St Annes good run ended when they were beaten 4-3 by Metrostars with Stuart Wilson bagging all four goals. Doubles from David Bamber and Marcus Turnbull earned Lane Ends a 4-1 win over Marton Athletic. Jordan Howe`s second successive hat trick continued Bispham Hotels improved form in the 4-0 defeat of Blue Spot Knee Clinic.
In the meeting of the top two teams in Division Four Thatched House overcame Soul Suite 4-3 to head the table although they have played an extra game. A Ryan Dodd treble clinched a 6-2 win for third placed FC Newton against DS Rovers. Doubles from Darren Healey and Anthony Slate gave Excellent UK a 4-3 victory over bottom side Victoria Hospital who are still looking for their first points. Both Stanley Arms two wins this season have been against local rivals Lane Ends Res. After an Adam Szwonder header and a Dexter Moralis strike had given Stanley a half time lead Lane Ends fought back with a deserved goal but a Shaun Miller penalty secured the points in the 3-1 result.
In the two ties postponed last week in the Lancashire Sunday Trophy Spindles went out on penalties to BAC Continental and Newton Arms game with Preston City was abandoned at half time when the pitch became unplayable.