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The G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Report 20 November 2011
The G Casino`s Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance sole representatives Poulton SFC look determined to hold on to the Lancashire Sunday Trophy as they went through to the last eight with a 4-2 hard fought win against top Wigan side Highfield Grange with a hat trick from Darren Hall and a Lee Catlow goal.
Two first half strikes from Ryan Bingham took Northern Care Colts into the quarter finals of the Gledhill Cup after the 2-1 win over Tower Lounge.
In the Premier Division an injury hit Sanuk FC (formerly Quilligans) defeated Spindles 4-1 with Chris Corless (2) and Anthony Pearson and Jordan Spedding their scorers. Second placed Gardeners Arms romped home 7-1 against Mythop Leisure with Stephen Brooks grabbing a hat trick. A Carl Smith treble clinched a 7-4 victory for FC Loco over Newton Arms with Terence Fearns and Graeme Hutchinson both scoring twice for the losers.
Blackpool Motor Works went back to the top of Division One after winning 5-4 against Bathroom Solutions with pairs from Chris Nay and Jamie Nay. Village Steel went third after the 7-1 victory over Uncle Toms Cabin with a Liam Jenks treble and a John Whittle double. Blackpool Catholic Club lost ground after going down 2-1 to Tangerine Tavern with Barry Davenport scoring both their goals and David Cram replying. The County trounced bottom side Highfield Social 9-1 with a hat trick from Ric Seear and two strikes from Scott Waters.
The meeting of the two top teams in Division Two Blackpool Lane Ends and Boars Head finished level 3-3. Burn Naze kept up their challenge by beating Clifton Arms 3-2 with Daniel Duffy (2) and Jason Jewitt on target. Two goals from Brett Nixon secured a 3-1 success for Stable Bar over FC Wilo.
In Division Three the top five sides all won with leaders Xceptional Kitchens beating Blue Spot Knee Clinic 3-1 with Matthew Carlisle netting twice. A Luigi Farina double secured a 3-2 victory for Number Four Celtic against Metrostars. A Lee Watts treble and an Elliot Lavin pair helped Kingsfield to a 7-0 defeat of Marton Athletic. Bispham Hotel`s good run ended when they lost 2-1 to Mere Park with a Mark Langley strike and an own goal. Teamsport 90 maintained their unbeaten sequence with the 5-1 defeat of Marshall Court with Andy Smith Conner Cooper Joshua Holland Kevin Moran and Richard Blampied their scorers.
Hat tricks from Ryan Dodd and Ross Ainswoth in the 8-0 win over D H Gas took FC Newton to joint leaders of Division Four with Blue Room who beat Lane Ends Res. 4-2. Fylde Coast Vets and Berrys Beds shared the points in the 5-5 result with Kevin Everton bagging four goals for Berrys and Darren Clarke replying with two. DS Rovers recorded their second win of the season 4-2 against bottom side Victoria Hospital with Ashley Padgett (2) Josh Evans and Stephen Williams on their score sheet. A Phil Palfrey treble earned Philharmonic a 5-1 win over Stanley Arms.