Results – Sunday March 18th 2012

Courtesy of the BFSFA committee, here are all of the provisional results from today's programme of Sunday Football league action. The tables, fixtures and results have now been updated. If in doubt, please call Dennis on 391055. (Also includes pictures from Commonedge Road, Blackpool). Important – 2nd Gledhill semi final on Wednesday night at AFC Blackpool where Newton Arms FC (Prem) take on Gardeners Arms FC (Prem) at 7.30pm.

Soul Suite FC beat Thatched FC 3-1 in the Division 4 Cup to reach the semi finals.  Wins in the Prem for Sanuk FC, Gardeners Arms FC and Poulton SFC.  Nine more points for Sanuk from the last five games will secure the title.  Division 1 still wide open as five out of the top six won – it's impossible to call but the Tower Lounge FC look to be favourites.  In Division 2, 21st Century Windows FC took all three points but only just when winning 5-4 away at lowly Travel Village FC.  There were also narrow wins for contenders Blackpool Lane Ends FC and Boars Head FC.  In Division 3, Xceptional Kitchens FC are the first BFSFA side to cross the finishing line.  They've completed their programme as clubhouse leaders.  Now they can only wait to see if they can be overhauled by FC Kingsfield (Must win final three games) or Mere Park FC (Need ten points from final twelve available).  In Division 4, Blue Room FC stayed top following a narrow 1-0 win against Excellent (UK) FC whilst Philharmonic FC maintained their strong finish to the season with a big win against bottom club DS Rovers FC.

Action from Commonedge Road where Gardeners Arms FC (Yellow) were away at Bloomfield Vets FC in the Prem.

Division 4 Cup – Quarter Final

Thatched FC 1 – 3 Soul Suite FC

Premier Division

AFC Additions 2 – 3 Sanuk FC

Bloomfield Vets 1 – 5 Gardeners Arms

Christ the King 1 – 2 Newton Arms

Fleetwood Gym 2 – 4 Poulton SFC

Great Eccleston 2 – 1 Mythop Leisure

Spindles 2 – 1 FC Loco

Division 1

Blackpool Motor Works 2 – 1 Wrea Green

Brun Grove 1 – 2 Golden Eagle

C&G Electrical 2 – 4 Tangerine Tavern

Highfield Social 1 – 5 Northern Care Colts

The County 3 – 2 Bathroom Solutions

Tower Lounge 4 – 0 Uncle Toms Cabin

Travel Village 1 – 4 Blackpool Catholic Club

Division 2

Blackpool Lane Ends 4 – 0 Burn Naze

Clifton Arms 5 – 1 FC Rangers

CTK FC 1 – 2 Boars Head

Hansom Cab 1 – 5 AFC Wilo

Stable Bar 1 – 1 Squirrel

Travel Village 4 – 5 21st Century Windows

Division 3

Bispham Hotel 6 – 1 Marton Athletic

FC Kingsfield 3 – 2 Teamsport 90

Mere Park 5 – 0 Old England

Xceptional Kitchens FC 7 – 2 Metrostars

Division 4

DS Rovers 0 – 11 Philharmonic

Excellent UK FC 0 – 1 Blue Room

The sun is out and so are the WAGS

Referee Mark Hughes

Thatched FC v Soul Suite FC in the last 8 of the Division 4 Cup

Thatched FC quick free kick – The Soul Suite defence was fast asleep but the Thatched FC striker and the Fyldesport camera were right on the ball.

Chris Matthews on the ball

Wrestling with me mate

Liverpool FC on their arses

Flying wide

Thatched FC manager is on the pitch

The Gardeners race into a 2-0 lead away at Bloomfield Vets FC

Steven Brookes

Tally and Holloway in the bushes

Paul Bailey (Emotive spectator in background

Anton Byrne-Carter

Lee Impett (Right)

Jamie Wright

Mr Bailey and Mr Betmead (Right)

The Vets go close

Gardener's liner refueling

Well held by Romeo

Philharmonic FC at the break – a big win this morning against strugglers DS Rovers FC

More pain for DS Rovers FC as the keeper is shown a straight red for denying a goal scoring opportunity (Illegally)

Clifton (Gold) v FC Rangers

FC Rangers under the cosh from in-form Clifton Arms FC this morning.

Long serving Squirrel FC manager Andrew Wright – is this the final season for the famous club?


Squirrel FC in the blue

Plane !

Eddie Kay in black & white.  Apart from the odd trace of ginger there was little diffrence on the colour version.  Not bad for his age.

Bad news from the Stable v Squirrel match where a broken ankle to a Stable Bar FC player resulted in the match being abandoned after 70 odd minutes.  Best wishes from us all for a speedy recovery.

The Soul Suite FC sub is warming up

Sportspy 2011 /12

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