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The G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Report 06 November 2011
Both G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance teams went out of the Lancashire Sunday Trophy in the re-played ties postponed last week. Quilligans suffered their first defeat in over twelve months when losing 2-1 to Mill Hill from Blackburn. After a goalless first half Mill Hill took a 2-0 lead with skipper Phil Thompson scoring a late consolation goal. Despite being reduced to ten men Tower Lounge held previous winners Lostock Hall to a 3-3 score line with goals from Scott McCabe Lee McCabe and Gordon Reeves but went out 4-3 on penalties. The only Alliance survivors are Poulton SFC whose game against Acregate was again postponed.
In the Gledhill Cup Blackpool Catholic Club knocked out Premier side AFC Additions thanks to a first half goal from Marco Cobb. Doubles from Adam Challoner and Lee Impett secured a 5-1 win for Gardeners Arms against Bathroom Solutions. Newton Arms beat FC Rangers 7-1 with Terence Fearns two goals topping their scorers. Mythop Leisure overcame Clifton Arms 3-2 with Chris Moreton Matthew Rainbow and an own goal on their score sheet.
In the Premier Division Bloomfield Vets. moved above Christ The King after defeating them 2-1 with strikes from Richard Horrocks and Benjamin McKay. Fleetwood Gym and FC Loco shared the points in the 1-1 result with Liam Forrest and Matthew Parr the scorers.
Division One leaders Blackpool Motor Works suffered their first defeat when losing 5-1 to third placed Village Steel with John Whittle netting twice. Golden Eagle who are joint top beat Uncle Toms Cabin 4-1 with a pair from James Rawcliffe. The County`s new signings enjoyed their debuts in the 7-0 success over Wrea Green with Ric Seear grabbing a hat trick and Ben Seear and Warwick Hargreaves adding to other goals from Mike Shorrock and Scott Waters.
At the top of Division Two Blackpool Lane Ends won 5-2 against Travel Village with a Peter Clarkson treble and a Matthew Wannell double. Lee O`Neill netted five for Boars Head in the 6-1 success over FC Wilo. The Sun Inn held 21st Century Windows to a 2-2 draw with Stephen Gay and Wesley Renshaw scoring and Rory Davies and Liam Orr replying. Goals from Mark Sinnett and Ben Stott secured a 2-1 victory for Stable Bar over Hanson Cab.
Mere Park inflicted a double defeat on Division Three leaders Xceptional Kitchens with Nick Tosh George Livesey and Jacob Peake scoring in the first twenty minutes. Kitchens fought back in the second half with Matthew Carlisle netting twice in two minutes before a late strike from Jacob Peake gave Mere a deserved 4-2 win. Number Four Celtic are joint top after Luigi Farina`s two goals clinched a 5-3 victory over St Annes with Graham Harrison scoring a hat trick for the losers. Jordan Howe scored his fourth treble in five game in Bispham Hotel`s 8-0 trouncing of Old England. Mark Lees`s double earned Kingsfield a 6-3 win over Metrostars.
Newton FC went top of Division Four after defeating bottom side Victoria Hospital 6-0 with Ryan Dodd grabbing a hat trick. Berrys Beds hammered DS Rovers 8-1 with a Kevin Everton treble and a Tyler Austin pair. DH Gas romped home by the same score against Stanley Arms with four goals from Steven Turner.