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 – Don't forget that we have midweek fixtures on Wednesday evening.
In Division 3, Mere Park FC move into second following their dramatic 5-4 victory at home to FC Kingsfield. It's looking likely that Xceptional Kitchens FC will take the title with Mere Park as runners up. There was a massive win in Division 4 for Blue Room FC who beat rivals Thatched FC 3-2. Blue Room have now finished their programme and sit two points clear of Thatched FC who must now win their last fixture against Philharmonic FC next Sunday to take the title. Blackpool Catholic Club FC finally hit top spot in Division 1 following their 3-2 win against Wrea Green FC. Three points from their last two games will give them the title. In Division 2, 21st Century Windows were beaten 5-1 by AFC Wilo. In the Premier Division, Parkside FC were beaten 2-0 by Sanuk FC. Poulton SFC can still catch Parkside to take runners up spot and they won again this morning, a 4-1 home win against Great Eccleston FC.
At Collins Park, visitors Parkside FC were looking to try and cement runners up spot against recently crowned title winners Sanuk FC. The weather was improving all the time.
Bloomfield Vets 5 – 2 Newton Arms
Christ the King 3 – 1 Fleetwood Gym
Poulton SFC 4 – 1 Great Eccleston
Sanuk FC 2 – 0 Parkside FC
WCT Chris All;en Garages 3 – 6 Spindles
Bathroom Solutions 4 – 0 Highfield Social
Blackpool Catholic Club 3 – 2 Wrea Green
Northern Care Colts 0 – 3 Brun Grove
Tangerine Tavern 5 – 0 Golden Eagle
CTK FC 1 – 2 Burn Naze
FC Rangers 3 – 1 Hansom Cab
AFC Wilo 5 – 1 21st Century Windows
Mere Park 5 – 4 FC Kingsfield Division 4
Mere Park 5 – 4 FC Kingsfield
Blue Room 3 – 2 Thatched FC
FC Newton 5 – 0 Excellent UK FC
Fylde Coast Vets 8 – 2 Stanley Arms, Wesham FC
Come off your line son and narrow the angle!
Bathroom Solutions FC at home to Highfield Social FC in Division 1
Highfield Social supporter
Bloomfield Vets FC at home to Newton Arms FC in Division 1
Oh be nice
Referee Ben Wiseman
FC Newton at home to Excellent UK FC
Excellent UK liner – rusty goalposts
Newton manager Simon Hurst was so engrossed in our brief chat that he forgot all about his linesman duties. 'Get yer ass up here Hurst'.
Parkside FC away at Sanuk FC – Chris Debar
Bonney and Rye
Half time kickabout in the nets
Coming out for the second half
Referee John Hay
Happy Parkside FC supporter
Jim Provan notes Sanuk FC's firtst goalscorer
Michael Clarke and Danny Betmead
The key moment of the match – Parkside were a goal down and had a great opportunity to equalise but the chance was squandered – soon after, Sanuk FC scored a decisive second
Joel Chappell and son Luca
The FC Eden jacket – very collectable Sunday football asset
Sportspy 2011 /12