Courtesy of the BFSFA committee, here are all of the provisional results from today's programme of league and Cup Sunday Football action. Once again the programme was decimated by the week's heavy rain. The tables, fixtures and results have now been updated. If in doubt, please call Dennis on 391055.
Only eight games suvived across the Fylde Coast and perhaps most of Lancashire and they took place at Commonedge Road although the famous drainage was also severely tested at that venue. In the 3rd Round Lancashire Sunday Trophy tie Bathroom Solutions lost 3-2 to AFC Lostock Hall. In the Prem, Molloys went joint second on ten points after winning 3-0 away at Blackpool Catholic Club. Bloomfield Vets and Revival Tattoos drew 2-2. The only Division 1 game also ended in a draw as 21st Century Windows drew 3-3 with the Saddle. In Division 2, unpredictable Highfield Social beat second placed FC Rangers 1-0. No games survived in Division 3. In Division 4, the top two both won again. Score beat H&A Social 7-5 whilst Pump & Truncheon beat JJ Property Services 7-0. Walkabout went fourth after beating Dutton Arms 1-0.
This was the scene at most Fylde Coast venues this morning but a handful of games survived at Commonedge Road.
Lancashire Sunday Trophy
Bathroom Solutions 2 – 3 AFC Lostock Hall
Ingol P Blackhurst Budd
Beehive P Poulton
Donkey FC P Reform Health Club
Blackpool Catholic Club 0 – 3 Molloys FC
Bloomfield Vets 2 – 2 Revival Tattoos
21st Century Windows 3 – 3 Saddle FC
Highfield Social 1 – 0 FC Rangers
Dutton Arms 0 – 1 Walkabout
JJ Property Services 0 – 7 Pump & Truncheon
Score FC 7 – 5 H&A Social
At the 4th attempt, Division 1 side Bathroom Solutions FC (White) managed to play their third round Lancashire Cup tie against top side AFC Lostock Hall
A 'Movember Tache' that well suits Mr Connor
Handball in the Bathroom box 'Penalty'. Lostock score and would go two up with the strong wind before Bathroom pulled one back before half time.
At Collins Park, Blackpool Catholic Club were hosting Molloys. The Catholics were 2-0 down despit having the advantage of the strong wind as half time approached.
Referee James Taylor
Catholic Club stalwart – Brian McGuinness
'Lycra man' Struggled to get in that kit this morning
Half time – cold water
Half time – hot coffee and Irish Whiskey for Olwyn
A tough introduction to management for new Catholic Club supremo Dave Cram
Back on the Edge – nonchalant keeper in shocking pink
On Pitch 1, Revival Tattoos FC had the wind first half and went in 1-0 up. Just after the break, Geordie Stephenson was beaten twice as the Vets went 2-1 up.
The tattoos subsititute reluctantly warms up
Neil Mitchell struggling to find the ball in the deep brambles
Back pass by the Vets – indirect free kick – Equaliser Back to the LFA game – handbags. Score now 3-2 to Preston
Back pass by the Vets – indirect free kick – Equaliser
Back to the LFA game – handbags. Score now 3-2 to Preston
Jack Errington in the warm tights
This dog belongs to a proud Scotsman and goes by the name of 'FREEDOM' Scott Buchanan of Fylde Coast Veterans FC out watching
This dog belongs to a proud Scotsman and goes by the name of 'FREEDOM'
Scott Buchanan of Fylde Coast Veterans FC out watching
Score FC were 4-1 down at the break to H&A Social but came back to win in the second half. In the above picture they convert a penalty
A brave effort from the Lostock No10 but it was ruled out for handball
A late chance for Bathroom Solutions but Lostock deservedly progressed
Sportspy 2012 /13
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