Results and pictures – Sunday September 9th 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.  Gledhill Cup 1st Round proper next week.

In the Prem Revival Tattoos FC draw 1-1 with Reform Health Club…Molloys top the table after a convincing 5-0 win away at Christ the King.  In Division 1 the Boars Head had a great 1-0 win against Blackhurst Budd FC whilst leaders Mythop Leisure went top after a 5-0 win away at Northern Care Colts.  Division 2 pacesetters Northern Rags and Fylde Coast Gates played out a 1-1 draw.  FC Rangers stayed top and in good early season form as they comfortably beat Marton Institute away at Collins Park.  A rare win in Division 3 for Old England who beat Hampton Social 4-2.  Bispham Hotel are top ahead of Frenchman's Cove after they beat rivals Squirrel FC in the village derby.  Wesham Town are going well in Division 4 after another big win.  Score FC came out on top in the game of the day as they beat Pump & Truncheon 4-2.

Live action from Commonedge Rd, Blackpool where Station Tavern FC (White) were at home to No4 Celtic FC in Division 2.  No ref for this one but Phil the Stand in awards an indirect free kick well inside the Celtic box.

Premier Division

Christ the King 0 – 5 Molloys FC

Poulton SFC 9 – 3 Bloomfield Vets FC

Revival Tattoos FC 1 – 1 Reform Health Club

Division 1

Boars Head 1 – 0 Blackhurst Budd

CTK FC 6 – 6 21st Century Windows

Golden Eagle 2 – 0 Bathroom Solutions

Northern Care Colts 0 – 6 Mythop Leisure

Wrea Green 2 – 1 Saddle

Division 2

 Mereside 8 – 0 Blue Room

Exceptional Kitchens 6 – 2 Uncle Tom's Cabin

Fylde Coast Gates 1 – 1 Northern Rags

Marton Institute 2 – 5 FC Rangers

Station Tavern 4 – 2 No4 Celtic FC

Teamsport 90 FC 2 – 2 Highfield Social

AFC Wilo 2 – 1 Devonshire Arms

Division 3

Athletico Excelsior 0 – 4 Frenchman's Cove

Bispham Hotel 6 – 4 Squirrel

Kirkham Con Club 2 – 1 Kingsfield

Old England 4 – 2 Hampton Social

Soul Suite 1 – 2 Normoss Newton Arms

Wesham FC 4 – 3 Marshall Court FC

Division 4

Dutton Arms 3 – 1 DH Gas

Highlands 1 – 10 Wesham Town

Layton 8 – 2 JJ Property Services

Marton Athletic 4 – 3 Fire & Ice

Pump & Truncheon 2 – 4 Score FC

Walkabout 2 – 4 Victoria

Game of the day in Division 2 saw Fylde Coast Gates FC host Northern Rags FC (Blue)

Ruby – couldn't move for @nonleaguedogs at the Edge this morning.

Zack (Gates fan)

Referee Tony Cunliffe

Henry Wright (Right)

No need to worry about Tom Hanks in Castaway making it off that Island

Just fine and dandy on Pitch 2

Rags on top early doors, a trip by the keeper and Chris Bond converts the penalty

Man down

Another striking resemblance

Rag's supporter – Bailey

Pitch 1 and Layton (Red) were at home to fellow new boys JJ Property Services Ltd.  Layton score from the spot.

JJ's keeper

A glorious September morning at the Edge

Referee Colin Bascombe in the Dutton Arms v DH Gas tie

Supposed to be a yellow card but it looked more like a single Blackpool North to Preston ticket (Concession)

A good effort but he couldn't keep it out

'Your turn in goals'

Pump & Truncheon v Score on Pitch 7 – a great game of football

Walking wounded for Score FC

Another Ruby – quite calm until……………..

The Red Arrows fired up and straight into Mum's lap

Truncheon lover Glynn Shorrock

'Juck' – Romany name for DOG apparently

Lush and green – thirsty work and shirtless in the late summer sun

But soon it will be February, frosty and minus two

Score FC player tripped in the box – penalty converted

Red Arrows away to the Southport Airshow

One for the ladies – love how hard it is to shake off the covert, 'don't let anyone catch us smoking behind the bike- shed' style

Clarkson watching on

Collins Park is re-open for business.  Home side Marton Institute FC (Red) were up against it against in-form FC Rangers in Division 2

Referee Dave Wolfenden

FC Rangers official – Geoff Barnsley

Goal for Rangers

Back on the Edge and it was more like Lytham Green this morning

Late pressure from Gates but it finished 1-1 – Good match between two of the favourites

Down Boy

The Red Arrows return in style

Sportspy 2012 /13

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