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The G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Report 26 February 2012
In the G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Premier Division leaders Sanuk FC consolidated their position at the top with a 2-0 win over a spirited FC Loco with Anthony Pearson and substitute Gareth Moore finding the net. Second placed Gardeners Arms beat Newton Arms 3-1 with goals from Stuart Holloway Philip Smith and Jamie Wright. Darren Hall scored all Poulton SFC goals in the 3-0 defeat of Bloomfield Vets. A Daniel Ball double and a Philip Ball goal secured a 3-2 victory for Great Eccleston against AFC Additions. A Martin Brennan strike ended a run of eleven defeats for Chris Allen Garages in the 1-1 draw with Christ The King whose goal came from Aaron Clarke.
Division One leaders Village Steel suffered a second successive heavy defeat in losing 7-1 to Tangerine Tavern with a Daryl Hall pair topping their scorers. Second placed Golden Eagle were also beaten going down 3-0 to Wrea Green with Kevin Beig Adam Quigley and Sam Weatherby on target. Tower Lounge improved their title hopes by winning 9-2 against C & G Electrical with a Greg Peel hat trick and a Scott McCabe double. Blackpool Catholic Club stay in contention after the 3-1 defeat of Uncle Toms Cabin with Stephen Bonser Jamie Hughes and Kyle Ingham their marksmen.
In Division Two 21st Century Windows took advantage of the leaders not playing to go top after a Paul Gaskell pair clinched a 4-1 victory over FC Rangers. With games in hand Burn Naze kept up their challenge after defeating third placed Stable Bar 3-1 with Daniel Duffy Philip Holton and Jason Nuttall netting. The meeting of the two bottom teams produced a feast of goals with Squirrel coming out on top 5-4 against Sun Inn with pairs from Stephen Beattie and Adrian James and Madusz Macicjzyk bagging a hat trick for the losers.
Xceptional Kitchens got back to winning ways at the head of Division Three with the 7-0 hammering of St Annes with Gareth Vickers scoring three and Tyrone Melling and Darren Worrall two each. In the meeting of the title challengers Teamsport 90 overcame Kingsfield 3-2 with a Conner Cooper double. Mere Park extended their unbeaten run to nine games when a second half hat trick from Nick Tosh secured a 3-0 win over a spirited Metrostars.
A Lee Morrison pair maintained second spot in Division Four for Blue Room in the 2-1 defeat of Excellent UK. Ryan Dodd `s five goals took his seasons tally to 48 for FC Newton who beat DS Rovers 5-2 whose goals were both scored by Ashley Padgett. Doubles from Damian Dinsmore and Robert Heritage earned Philharmonic a 5-1 win over DH Gas. At the foot of the table Victoria Hospital enjoyed a 4-1 success against Stanley Arms with Steven Clifford netting twice.