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The G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Report 04 December 2011
The first round ties in the The G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Cups sponsored by The Beirkeller were hit by the wet weather with a number of games postponed due to waterlogged pitches.
The shock of the day was in the Premier and Division One Cup with Division One Bathroom Solutions knocking out Premier second placed Gardeners Arms 2-1 with goals from Carl Faber and Michael Evans on his debut and James Hone replying. Holders FC Sanuk cruised through 9-1 against Highfield Social with Paul Dickinson Anthony Pearson Jordan Spedding and Phil Thompson all finding the net twice. In the all Division One game Wrea Green had a good 4-0 win over second placed Village Steel with a Nathan Cook double and other goals from Kevin Beig and James McCulloch. Tangerine Tavern overcame The County 3-2 with Barry Davenport David Davenport and Michael Long on target.
In the only match played in the Division Two and Three Cup Kingsfield eliminated AFC Wilo 7-1 with pairs from Lee Watts and Chris Casson.
A double from Steven Turner clinched a 3-1 win for DH Gas against Victoria Hospital in the Division Four Cup. Goals from Karl Fletcher Craig Gillies Mark McCabe and Anthony Turnbull gave Lane Ends Res. a 4-0 victory over DS Rovers.
In the League games Blackpool Catholic Club maintained their title hopes in Division One with the 12-0 hammering of C & G Electrical with David Cram netting four Mark Arrowsmith a hat trick and Marco Cobb two. Doubles from Mick Horsfall and Greg Peel secured a 6-0 success for Tower Lounge over Brun Grove.
Leaders of Division Two Blackpool Lane Ends defeated Clifton Arms 4-3 with Peter Clarkson`s two strikes topping their scorers and Ashley Casey bagging a hat trick for Clifton. Burn Naze kept up their title challenge when Jason Nuttall scored the only goal of the game with The Sun Inn. Ryan Bradley grabbed five goals for FC Rangers in the 6-1 win against Squirrel. CTK enjoyed a good 4-2 victory over The Stable Bar with a Stephen Farquhar treble.
Xceptional Kitchens went eight points clear at the top of Division Three after beating challengers Number Four Celtic 3-1 with Gareth Vickers Tyrone Melling and Danny Wallbanks their marksmen. Teamsport 90 maintained their unbeaten run with the 6-2 defeat of Old England who were level 2-2 with twenty minutes left. Rick Blampied scored four times for Teamsport with Andy Smith and Conner Cooper also on target. Lane Ends beat Marton Athletic 3-1 with Chris Danson Luke Holden and an own goal on their score sheet. A Jack Taylor pair secured a 3-2 win for Bispham Hotel over St Annes.