Courtesy of the BFSFA committee, here are all of the provisional results from today's programme of league and Cup action. The tables, fixtures and results have now been updated. If in doubt, please call Dennis on 391055.
In the Prem/Division 1 Cup, Reform Health Club FC were beaten 2-1 in extra time by a hard working Sportsworld Media. The Division 1 Club will face Poulton SFC in the semi finals after they beat Blackhurst Budd 4-2. Northern Care Colts also reached the last four after a thumping 6-2 win against in-form Boars Head FC. The Colts will face either AFC Additions or Mythop Leisure who play next week. In the Division 4 Cup, Pump & Truncheon lost for the second time in a fortnight to rivals Wesham Town, 4-3 the scoreline. In the semis, Wesham will face in-form Victoria FC who maintained their recent run of excellent form as they beat Fylde Coast Veterans 7-4 after extra time. The other semi will be made up of Score FC who beat DH Gas 6-0 and Marton Athletic who put out Walkabout thanks to a 6-1 win.
There was only one game in the Premier Division this morning and that saw Revival Tattoos beat Blackpool Catholic Club 5-2 to go third in the league. It was another interesting day in Division 1. Bottom club CTK FC won 2-1 away at highflying Bathroom Solutions. The top two played out a 2-2 draw as Golden Eagle finished all square against Wrea Green. Chris Allen Garages beat the Saddle 4-1.
If they're not careful, Teamsport 90 FC will be playing Division 1 football next season. The club reached its highest ever league position this morning as they reached the dizzy heights of top of Division 2 thanks to a 4-1 away win at Number Four Celtic. Blue Room are also in good form of late. They're in second this evening after they beat Xceptional Kitchens 7-4. The Devonshire Arms are in third after they won 5-3 away at Marton Institute. Northern Rags FC are still the favourites to win this Division as they have lots of games in hand. Their 1-0 win against Fylde Coast Gates did their chances no harm at all. Highfield Social are also on the up. They beat Mereside 2-1 whilst FC Rangers beat bottom Club Uncle Toms 2-0.
In one of the results of the day, Clifton Rangers hammered Division 3 leaders FC Kingsfield 5-0. Their rivals took advantage. In the big derby, Wesham beat Kirkham Con Club to stay in second whilst the Bispham Hotel won 6-1 away at Hampton Social to go third. Normoss Newton were surprisingly held to a 2-2 draw by Marshall Court. Athletico Excelsior won 2-1 away at Frenchman's Cove. In Division 4, the Dutton Arms kept in touch with the leading pack as they beat the Highlands 7-3 and finally JJ Property Services held Fire & Ice FC to a 1-1 draw.
Action from Commonedge Road where we had Divisional Cup action as well as a league programme. In the above picture, the Reform Health Club (Blue) were at home to Sportsworld Media in the Prem/Div 1 Cup. (More pictures below).
Premier Division/Division 1 Cup (Quarter Finals)
Northern Care Colts 6 – 2 Boars Head
Poulton 4 – 2 Blackhurst Budd (Played at Lytham)
Reform Health Club 1 – 2 Sportsworld Media (AET)
Division 4 Cup – (Quarter Finals)
DH Gas 0 – 6 Score FC
Fylde Coast Vets 4 – 7 Victoria (AET)
Marton Athletic 6 – 1 Walkabout
Wesham Town 4 – 3 Pump & Truncheon
Premier DivisionRevival Tattoos 5 – 2 Blackpool Catholic Club
Bathroom Solutions 1 – 2 CTK FC
Chris Allen Garages 4 – 1 Saddle
Golden Eagle 2 – 2 Wrea Green
Blue Room 7 – 4 Xceptional Kitchens
Marton Institute 3 – 5 Devonshire Arms
Merteside 1 – 2 Highfield Social
Number Four Celtic 1 – 4 Teamsport 90 FC
Northern Rags 1 – 0 Fylde Coast Gates
Uncle Tom's Cabin 0 – 2 FC Rangers
Frenchman's Cove 1 – 2 Athletico Excelsior
Hampton Social 1 – 6 Bispham Hotel
FC Kingsfield 0 – 6 Clifton Rangers
Kirkham Con Club 1 – 4 Wesham
Normoss Newton 2 – 2 Marshall Court
Dutton Arms 7 – 3 Highlands
JJ Property Services 1 – 1 Fire & Ice
Referee James Taylor tosses the coin – Reform Health Club in the blue
The supporters are sat in their seats ready for kick off
Reform keeper Mark Smith
The ball runs through safely to Sportsworld's keeper Kevin Kennerley
Reform manager Mark Spedding
Sportsworld forward (Left) who had a very impressive first half keeping the Reform back four on their toes
The duties of the assistant manager are wide and varied. Tony Wood scouring the tangled undergrowth for an errant ball
The DH Gas keeper makes a decent fist of it against Score FC in the Division 4 Cup
Hampton Social were struggling at home to the Bispham Hotel. In the above picture the Hampton keeper was sent the wrong way by a shot at the far post
Bispham Hotel keeper Newall Barratt
Marton Athletic (Claret) v Walkabout
Fylde Coast Vets v Victoria FC (Red) also in the Division 4 Cup
The Vet's keeper
The Victoria keeper keeps the Vets at bay
Referee George Robinson – 'Jeez, how much longer?'
A good tussle for the ball
A corner was only half cleared and Victoria rifled the ball through the crowded area to take the lead – they never looked back
Back to Marton v Walkabout
Fire & Ice v Score FC (White)
Fire & Ice man down – 'His knee popped out' apparantly
The skipper wasn't overly concerned
The paramedics arrive
Flashpoint in the DH Gas match. Red card for retaliation – he wasn't happy
Wayne Gardiner – always a threat. The Reform game went into extra time but it was the Division 1 side that reached the semis thanks to a famous 2-1 victory.
Ching ching! – More easy money for the council !
Sportspy 2012 /13
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