Results – Sunday October 23rd 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).

Newton Arms FC go out on penalties against Preston Sunday League leaders Preston City.  I'm sure the whole of the Fylde Coast footballing community would wish to join me in congratulating Quilligans FC in going a whole twelve months unbeaten in all competitions, OK just me then.  Another win today puts them seven points clear with a game in hand at the top of the Prem.  Blackpool Motor Works FC are still unbeaten at the top of Division 1 six points clear after beating Brun Grove 3-1.  It's getting interesting at the top of Division 2.  Blackpool Lane Ends FC win away at Hansom Cab and the Boars Head looked to have returned to form with a great 4-0 away win at FC Rangers.  Xceptional Kitchens FC win again to stay top of Division 3 but it was an important win for No 4 Celtic FC who stay in touch with an impressive away win at FC Kingsfield.  FC Newton were held by the Philharmonic in Division 4 but both Thatched and Soul Suite fought hard to take maximum points.  The good form of the Blue Room continued with an 8-0 away thrashing of Stanley Arms, Wesham.

Marton Athletic FC on their way to a rare win at Commonedge Road against Metrostars FC in Division 3

Lancashire Sunday Trophy

Newton Arms 3 – 3 Preston City (Won on pens 5-3)

Premier Division

AFC Additions 4 – 2 Poulton SFC

Gardeners Arms FC 1 – 4 Bloomfield Vets FC

FC Loco 2 – 1 Fleetwood Gym

Mythop Leisure 1 – 4 Christ the King

Quilligans 4 – 0 WTC Chris Allen Garages

Division 1

Bathroom Solutions 1 – 0 Wrea Green

Blackpool Motor Works 3 – 1 Brun Grove

C&G Electrical 2 – 4 Tower Lounge

Golden Eagle 2 – 0 Blackpool Catholic Club

Northern Care Colts 6 – 6 Tangerine Tavern

The County 1 – 4 Village Steel

Uncle Toms Cabin 2 – 2 Highfield Social

Division 2

Blackpool Catholic Colts 4 – 2 Squirrel

Clifton 1 – 1 CTK FC

FC Rangers 0 – 4 Boars Head

Hansom Cab 2 – 4  Blackpool Lane Ends

The Sun Inn 1 – 3 21st Century Windows

Travel Village 1 – 2 AFC Wilo

Division 3

Bispham Hotel 3 – 6 Teamsport 90 FC

Lane Ends 4 – 2 Bluespot Knee Clinic

Marshall Court 3 – 2 Old England

Marton Athletic 5 – 2 Metrostars

Number Four Celtic 3 – 0 FC Kingsfield

St Annes 3 – 5 Xceptional Kitchens FC

Division 4

DH Gas FC 0 – 2 Soul Suite

Fylde Coast Vets 4 – 1 DS Rovers

Philharmonic 1 – 1 FC Newton

Stanley Arms, Wesham 0 – 8 Blue Room

Thatched 4 – 2 Lane Ends Reserves

A high scoring 6-6 draw between the entertainers Northern Care Colts and Tangerine Tavern in Division 1

Tommy Baldwin Jnr nicked Speighty's kit unless they've got a job lot

Northern take the lead completely against the run of play

The Tavern equalise from the spot after the winger was tackled from behind inside the area.

Still out watching Quills, James with Daz Spedding….the shame

Always good to see ex league referee Mark Cowburn out officiating local Sunday football – he looks to be enjoying it.

A near miss from Tony Pearson for Quilligans v WCT Chris Allen Garages as the leaders went on to win 4-0

Best game of the day at the Edge this morning, CTK FC away at Clifton Arms.  Chances galore at either end but it finished 1-1.  Highly entertaining

Chris Cairns turning out for CTK FC

The Clifton keeper after C Cairns had smashed one past him

Referee Ross Swift in the middle this morning

These two were out watching Metrostars FC (Stripes) in Division 3 this morning

Marton Athletic keeper Cambell

Off injured

Marton Athletic FC secretary and Fyldesport favourite Donna Artis

Ben Sly comes away with it for Marton

Marton score after a good run and unselfish composure from the winger

A great touch with the Wellington boot from Mrs 21st Century Windows FC

It's another one for Marton Athletic FC

CTK FC putting great pressure on the Clifton FC goal

DH Gas FC at home to Soul Suite FC (Orange)

Gas manager Lee

Goal of the day, a twist and turn in the box and a delicate lob over the keeper and into the top corner by the camera.  2-0 to the Suite

Back to Clifton v CTK FC and Cairns heads just wide for the King

Flashpoint but tempers are swiftly cooled

Classic Chris Cairns, the best shielder/hold up player of the football on the Coast

A late penalty claim for Clifton is waved away

Sportspy 2011/12

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