Courtesy of the BFSFA committee, here are all of the provisional results from today's programme of Sunday Football action. The tables, fixtures and results have now been updated. If in doubt, please call Dennis on 391055. (Also includes pictures from a wet and windy Commonedge Road, Blackpool).
Northern Care Colts FC reach the Gledhill semi final after knocking out Prem side Mythop Leisure FC on their own pitch. Gardeners FC go through on penalties following a 4-4 thriller against the Catholic Club. CTK FC win well away at Blue Spot Knee Clinic to progress in the Division 2/3 Cup. Quilligans go nine points clear in the Prem and Great Eccleston are up to third after a convincing win against FC Loco. In Division 1, Village Steel go top after convincingly beating C&G Electrical. There were further hard fought wins for Tower Lounge, Tangerine Tavern, The County and Wrea Green. In Division 2, Boars Head failed to make ground on the leaders after losing at home to Clifton Arms. No more bets on Xceptional Kitchens FC as they hammer Number Four Celtic 5-1 away to go thirteen points clear. However, Kingsfield are going well. They're up to second after today's big win against Old England and have four games in hand on the top side. Thatched were the big winners in Division 4 as they beat Stanley 4-0 to go top. The Blue Room are still in the the thick of it. Soul Suite dropped points away at Philly and in one of the results of the day, Fylde Coast Vets won 4-2 away at Excellent UK FC.
Jay 'Lua Lua' Roberts is a fit lad as shown by his athletic goal celebration for Clifton v The Boars Head. I missed it after he'd scored so he bravely recreated it for the Fyldesport camera at the half time interval. He wasn't going to do it more than once. One chance, one picture – nailed it!
Gledhill Cup (Quarter Final)
Blackpool Catholic Club 4 – 4 Gardeners Arms (Gardeners won 4-2 on pens)
Mythop Leisure 1 – 4 Northern Care Reserves
Bierkeller Premier/Division 1 Cup
Christ the King 3 – 1 Golden Eagle
Bierkeller Division 2/3 Cup
Blue Spot Knee Clinic 0 – 4 CTK FC
Marshall Court Sandpiper 1 – 0 Teamsport 90 FC
21st Century Windows 2 – 1 FC Rangers
Blackpool Lane Ends 2 – 0 Metrostars
Mere Park 0 – 5 Brun Grove
AFC Additions 0 – 2 Spindles
Great Eccleston 6 – 1 FC Loco
Poulton SFC (Off) Bloomfield Vets
Quilligans 4 – 2 Newton Arms
WCT Chris Allen Garages 0 – 12 Fleetwood Gym
Tangerine Tavern 2 – 1 Blackpool Motor Works
Tower Lounge 4 – 1 Bathroom Solutions
Village Steel 8 – 0 C&G Electrical
Wrea Green 2 – 0 Highfield Social
The County 7 – 3 Brun Grove
Boars Head 1 – 4 Clifton
The Sun Inn 0 – 4 AFC Wilo
Travel Village (Off) Hansom Cab
Number Four Celtic 1 – 5 Xceptional Kitchens
St Annes 2 – 2 Marton Athletic
Old England 1 – 9 FC Kingsfield
Berry's Beds (Off) FC Newton
DH Gas 2 – 3 Blue Room
Philharmonic 2 – 2 Soul Suite
Excellent UK FC 2 – 4 Fylde Coast Vets
Stanley Arms, Wesham 0 – 4 Thatched FC
Evergreen Dave Mendonca sporting the blue strip of Quilligans FC who were at home to Newton Arms FC
The Newton keeper grabs it
Wayne Taylor in trouble with referee Mike Mahoney as CTK FC were away at Bluespot Knee Clinic FC in the Divisional Cup.
Chris Cairns (Centre)
Stanley Arms, Wesham FC at home to Thatched FC (Blue)
Kev and James out watching the Tower v Bathroom Solutions game in Division 1
Tower score the opener from a flicked in cross
Gordon Reeves (Left) with Frend (Liam)
Horsfall heads in a second for Tower from a corner
Keeper Geoff Barnsley unhappy at FC Rangers' defending from a corner as they went on to lose 2-1 against AFC Bloomfield
Cold and bored
AFC Bloomfield mascot – Clarkson
A late signing for Sun Inn – committed if he signs the dotted line on a morning like this.
Trees bending in the wind. Sun Inn v AFC Wilo (Green)
Clifton score on their way to a fine win over high flyers Boars Head FC
Boars Head FC down at the interval
Clifton management discuss tactics at half time (Keeper has a fag)
Blue Room FC came back to beat DH Gas 3-2 in an exciting encounter
DH Gas FC were at home to Blue Room (Blue). Supersub Tony Swallow scores for Blue Room within minutes of coming on.
'It's a man's game, get on with it', shouts referee George all nice and warm in his tea cosy hat.
Sportspy 2011 /12