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The G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Report 27 November 2011
In the outstanding Gledhill Cup games played in the G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Poulton SFC went through to the quarter finals after knocking out Burn Naze 6-4 with Carl Eastwood`s two goals leading their scorers. They now meet Division Three Teamsport 90 who extended their three month unbeaten run by eliminating Highfield Social 2-1with both goals scored by Mark Walker his first being from forty yards.
In the Premier Division leaders Sanuk FC defeated AFC Additions 4-1 with Andy Mitchell scoring on his debut and other goals from Michael Clark Anthony Pearson and Carl Beattie. Challengers Gardeners Arms beat Spindles 4-2 with Adam Challoner Stuart Holloway Lee Impett and Richard Macsymons on target. FC Loco moved to third after beating Chris Allen Garages 3-1 with a Chris Smith double. Bloomfield Vets. trounced Mythop Leisure 11-3 with Benjamin McKay grabbing six goals and Simon Oswell three. Newton Arms won their second game of the season in the 6-2 defeat of Fleetwood Gym with Terence Fearns netting three and Kevin Bullen two.
Golden Eagle took over top place in Division one from Blackpool Motor Works after defeating them 2-1 with Chris Bright and Craig Frankland their marksmen. Village Steel went second after the 3-1 win against Northern Care Colts with Ryan Farmer Jack Metcalfe and John Whittle on target. Barry Davenport bagged five goals for Tangerine Tavern in the 6-3 defeat of The County. Nathan Cook`s four goals secured an 8-1 victory for Wrea Green over Uncle Toms Cabin.
The Sun Inn who were bottom of Division Two shocked leaders Blackpool Lane Ends by beating them 2-1 with Michael Crossland and Mark Yates scoring. Brett Nixon scored both goals to take Stable Bar into fourth place after the 2-0 defeat of FC Rangers.
Leaders of Division Three Xceptional Kitchens won 3-2 against Marshall Court with goals from Tyrone Melling (2) and Darren Worrall. Second placed Number Four Celtic drew 4-4 with Mere Park after leading 4-1 at the break with man of the match Mark Langley completing his hat trick with a forty yard volley as the referee was about to blow for full time. Stuart Wilson`s four goals clinched a 6-1 victory for Metrostars against Blue Spot Knee Clinic. Pairs from Stevie Boardman and Sam Ives earned Marton Athletic a 6-2 success over Old England.
In Division Four Newton FC lost top place after going down 2-1 to Soul Suite who are now second with Joshua Davis and Luke Robinson their scorers. Blue Room climbed to the summit after a Stephen Twist treble secured a 4-1 victory against DS Rovers. In a high scoring game Excellent UK beat DH Gas 12-6 with hat tricks from Darren Heaney and Keiran Rimmington and doubles from Lewis Kavanagh Daniel Rapley and Andi Smart. Fylde Coast Vets. went above Philharmonic after defeating them 3-2 with Daniel Horner (2) and Stuart McPhee on their score sheet and John Moorehouse and John Murphy replying