Results & pictures – Sunday November 18th 2012

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


In the Gledhill Cup, another third round fixture was completed as Poulton beat Additions 5-2 to install themselves as favourites.  Revival Tattoos enjoyed a great 4-1 win away at Molloys FC whist Reform Health Club won 3-1 away at Blackpool Catholic Club to climb into second.  Wrea Green's emphatic 9-0 win at home to Chris Allen Garages kept them at the top of Division 1.  Golden Eagle moved into third after 2-2 draw away at Sportsworld Media.  Fylde Coast Gates stayed top of Division 2 after narrowly beating a spirited Station Tavern FC side 3-2.  Northern Rags look to be the team in form as they thumped Marton Institute 16-1.  FC Rangers are in third following their 4-2 home win against AFC Wilo.  In the big game of the day in Division 3, FC Kingsfield beat Bispham Hotel 4-3.  Normoss Newton went second after they won 3-0 away at Old England.  It was an important day in Division 4 as the top six played each other.  Leaders Pump & Truncheon were beaten 5-1 at home by Wesham Town.  Score comortably beat Duttons 11-2 to go second and Layton played out a 2-2 draw with Walkabout.

Action from Commonedge Pitch 7 where Division 4 leaders Pump & Truncheon (Yellow) were hosting third placed Wesham Town Reserves.  Wesham go close but a good punch over the bar (More pictures below).

Lancashire Sunday Trophy

Bathroom Solutions P AFC Lostock Hall (Played in Preston)

Gledhill Cup (Round 3)

Poulton SFC 5 – 2 AFC Additions

Premier Division

Blackpool Catholic Club 1 – 3 Reform Health Club

Molloys 1 – 4 Revival Tattoos

Division 1

Wrea Green 9 – 0 Chris Allen Garages

Sportsworld Media 2 – 2 Golden Eagle

Saddle 3 – 3 Boars Head

Division 2

Xceptional Kitchens 1 – 3 Devonshire Arms

FC Rangers 4 – 2 AFC Wilo

Mereside 4 – 1 Teamsport 90

No4 Celtic 5 – 2 Highfield Social

Northern Rags 16 – 1 Marton Institute

Station Tavern 2 – 3 Fylde Coast Gates

Division 3

Bispham Hotel 3 – 4 FC Kingsfield

Frenchman's Cove 9 – 1 Kirkham Con Club

Old England 0 – 3 Normoss Newton Arms

Squirrel 1 – 9 Hampton Social

Division 4

Fire & Ice 1 – 6 Victoria

Fylde Coast Vets 9 – 0 JJ Property Services

H&A Social 1 – 2 DH Gas

Layton 2 – 2 Walkabout

Marton Athletic 2 – 2 Highlands

Pump & Truncheon 1 – 5 Wesham Town

Score 11 – 2 Dutton Arms

Wesham manager Dave Pearse (Left)

Wesham stopper Ben Spriggs

Jebby

A well wrapped up WAG

The opening goal for Wesham.  With the famous Commonedge breeze on their backs they were putting in some swerving deliveries from corners and free kicks.  In the above picture keeper Jordan comes to punch but was unsighted by the Wesham challenge so he gloved it into his own net.  0-1

Flashpoint in the Vets v JJ Property match

Back to the action and the Truncheon equalise.  A speculative effort into the wind from distance evaded Spriggs who should have done better. 1-1

Rainbow

Wesham retake the lead following another setpiece.  1-2

Fire & Ice (Blue) v Victoria

Big fans of Sunday football are the SkyRozzers

Well over in the Vets match

One of the worst penalties ever seen at the Edge as the Fylde Coast Gates player sends the keeper the wrong way but puts his spot kick onto the Cricket Club roof.

Also in Division 4, second placed Score FC were at home to fourth placed Dutton Arms.  Score were 3-0 up against the wind at half time.

Half time in the Station Tavern v Fylde Coast Gates game

H&A Social v DH Gas (Left)

DH Gas's Leigh chettle

Victoria FC manager Owen

Marton Athletic FC v strugglers Highlands FC who were winning 2-1 with twenty minutes left

Marton equalise following a mazy run and cross to the far post for a tap in

Reform Health Club (White) away at Collins Park against Blackpool Catholic Club

Hoogerwerf in goals for the Catholics today

“Shall I park on the Shovels?  It's a nice day, it'll only take another two minutes.  Or shall I park illegally by the Edge car park, get a

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