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The G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Report 08 April 2012
In the Premier Division of the G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance Sanuk FC tightened their grip on retaining their title after winning 4-1 against Bloomfield Vets. with goals from David Mendonca Jordan Spedding Mark Butler and Jordan Douthwaite. Sanuk now only require one more point from their three remaining games to secure the crown. Runners up spot is a straight contest between Parkside FC who defeated Chris Allen Garages 6-0 with Paul Bailey scoring twice and Poulton SFC who hammered Fleetwood Gym 11-2 with Ian Dawson bagging four and Darren Hall three. FC Loco beat Newton Arms 3-0 with Daniel Begg Chris Smith and Henry Wright on target. Strikes from Ryan Chatterjee and Mark Gillett earned Christ The King a 2-1 victory over Spindles.
Leaders of Division One Tower Lounge dropped points after being held 3-3 by Tangerine Tavern with Barry Davenport (2) and Tony Buxton scoring for Tavern and Kevin Beesting Craig Byrom and Nick Devereaux replying. A solitary first half goal from Marco Cobb secured Blackpool Catholic Club a 1-0 win against Northern Care Colts. Catholic are now joint second with Golden Eagle who lost ground with the 2-2 result with The County. Uncle Toms Cabin climbed off the bottom after an Aran Waite double clinched the 2-0 victory over Bathroom Solutions. Wrea Green triumphed 5-0 against C & G Electrical with Tom Wyke grabbing a hat trick.
Boars Head failed to take advantage of the top two not playing in Division Two in only drawing 2-2 with Burn Naze. Lee O`Neill scored both Boars goals and Jason Jewitt and Jason Nuttall replied. Stable Bar are level on points with Boars who have a game in hand after a Ben Wright pair earned a 4-0 victory over Travel Village.
Kingsfield need to win their last remaining game against Mere Park to take the Division Three title after their 3-1 defeat of Number Four Celtic with Ben Heatley Tony Spokes and Michael Smales their marksmen. Joshua Holland`s treble clinched Teamsport 90 a 7-1 victory over bottom side Old England.
At the top of Division Three Blue Room lost to third placed Soul Suite but will finish runners up. A double from Luke Robinson assisted by Andrew Jamieson and Matt Hayman secured the 4-0 win for Soul Suite. Excellent UK trounced struggling Berry Beds 9-1 with Darren Heaney grabbing a hat trick and Zac Sharpe and Adam Heaney both netting twice.