Results & pictures – Sunday September 23rd 2012

Courtesy of the BFSFA committee, here are all of the provisional results from today's programme of Sunday Football league and Lancashire Sunday Trophy action. The tables, fixtures and results have now been updated. If in doubt, please call Dennis on 391055.


Boars Head FC win away at top Rochdale side Midland Phoenix FC.  Blackpool Catholic Club, Xceptional Kitchens, Molloys, Sports World Media, Blackhurst Budd and Reform Health Club also progressed to the next round of the Lancashire Sunday Trophy.  Poulton's 3-2 win at Bloomfield Vets took them to the top of the Prem on goal difference.  A great win in Division 1 for in-form Mythop Leisure against Golden Eagle and AFC Bloomfield came out 3-2 winners against CTK FC.  Division 2 leaders FC Rangers went down 1-0 at home to Blue Room.  Fylde Coast Gates took advantage to go ahead of them thanks to a 2-1 win away at Mereside.  In Division 3, Bispham Hotel's recent good run of form continued with a 5-2 win against Marshall Court and they top the Division tonight.    Wesham Town stayed top of Division 4 after beating Fylde Coast Vets and there was a great win for Victoria FC who went an won 4-1 away at Score FC.  Dutton Arms are up to fourth after they beat the Highlands 5-1 away.

Live action from Commonedge Road where CTK FC were away at 21st Century Windows FC in Division 1.  2-1 behind and trying to get back in the match CTK FC concede a nailed on penalty………

Lancashire Sunday Trophy

AFC Additions 2 – 3 Beehive

Blackpool Catholic Club 5 – 2 Gregson Lane JFC

Chris Allen Garages 2 – 3 Gregson Lane Wanderers

Christ the King 0 – 10 Plungington Celtic

Devonshire Arms 2 – 5 Acergate Lane

Xceptional Kitchens 1 – 0 Rumworth Hall Great (Walkover)

FC Waggon 1 – 1 Bathroom Solutions

Highfield Rochdale 1 – 6 Sports World Media

Intack 1 – 1 Wrea Green (WG lost 6-5 on pens)

Marton Institute 2 – 2 The New Swan (Won 5-4 on pens)

Midland Phoenix 2 – 4 Boars Head

Molloys 8 – 2 Pothouse

Orwell 1 – 8 Blackhurst Budd

Reform Health Club 5 – 0 Warton Typhoons (Being played at Warton)

Theatre Boys – Revival Tattoos FC (Being played next week)

Premier Division

Bloomfield Vets 2 – 3 Poulton SFC

Division 1

21st Century Windows 3 – 2 CTK FC

Mythop Leisure 4 – 3 Golden Eagle

Saddle 1 – 7 Northern Care Colts

Division 2

FC Rangers 0 – 1 Blue Room

Mereside 1 – 2 Fylde Coast Gates

Northern Rags 6 – 1 No 4 Celtic

Xceptional Kitchens 3 – 4 Highfield Social

AFC Wilo 7 – 1 Uncle Tom's Cabin

Division 3

Athletico Excelsior 2 – 4 FC Kingsfield

Bispham Hotel 5 – 2 Marshall Court

Hampton Social 0 – 3 Kirkham Con Club

Metrostars 1 – 9 Clifton Rangers

Normoss Newton Arms 6 – 1 Old England

 Soul Suite 2 – 5 Squirrel

Wesham L Frenchman's Cove

Division 4

DH Gas 1 – 4 H&A Social

Fire & Ice 2 – 3 Layton

Fylde Coast Veterans 1 – 8 Wesham Town

Highlands 1 – 5 Dutton Arms

Pump & Truncheon 3 – 1 JJ Property Services

Score FC 1 – 4 Victoria FC

Walkabout 2 – 2 Marton Athletic

At Collins Park, Marton Institute FC (Red) were up against the New Swan FC from Bury.  Marton played well in the first half but as in recent weeks they again struggled to hold a lead and eventually went out on penalties.

Marton take the lead despite the best efforts of the Swan defender

This fella did his best to stop the cross and injured himself in the process

Hlaf time

A nasty clash of heads in the DH Gas v H&A Social game

Gashed

Bloomfield Vets v Poulton in the Prem on Pitch 1.  Speighty picks it out of the back of the net as the Vets made it 2-1.

Neil Mitchell

Vets keeper Trevor

Referee Ben Wiseman

Poulton manager Alan Cocker

Pain

Andy Speight

A good game this one in Division 1 as 21st Century Windows FC v CTK FC (Green)

Andy Cairns

Controversy….at 1-1 CTK FC had a great shout for a penalty after their player was clearly pulled back inside the area.

Referee Simon Moore saw it differenty…..CTK protest whist the Windows player grins (got away with it)

CTK captain Wayne Taylor

CTK Manager Dave Hall

Last minute net repair prior to the corner

A cross from the right, Goldberg was going the other way as the ball is deflected home.

D'Artagnan

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