Courtesy of the BFSFA committee, here are all of the provisional results from today's Easter Sunday football action. The tables, fixtures and results have now been updated. If in doubt, please call Dennis on 391055. Midweek evening fixtures begin on Wednesday.
Poulton SFC 's 3-2 win against AFC Additions this morning now leaves them favourites to take the title. Reform Health Club FC's hopes of winning the league evaporated at home to Molloys FC as they could only draw 2-2. Poulton need a point from their final match against Reform but if Additions don't beat Molloys next week then the title will go to Poulton whatever the result of their final match.
There's still a long way to go in Division 1. Golden Eagle stayed top without playing whilst Wrea Green drew level on points after beating Sportsworld 4-3. Blackhurst Budd beat CTK FC 9-0 to go third. Boars Head beat Mythop 5-1 whilst Saddle FC beat Chris Allen Garages 5-1. In Division 2 Fylde Cast Gates are top after winning 5-0 against Number Four Celtic. Thje Devonshire Arms returned to form when beating FC Rangers 6-1. Northern Rags are still favourites to win this league after edging out Teamsport 90 FC 2-1. Blue Room's hopes faded after losing 3-1 to Mereside. AFC Wilo beat Uncle Tom's 3-2 away from home.
In Division 3, leaders FC Kingsfield were surprisingly beaten 2-0 by Marshall Court and this allowed Frenchman's Cove to take top spot as they won 4-2 away at Old England. Bispham Hotel are in third after they won 5-2 away at Wesham. Normoss Newton's 7-1 home win against Hampton Social moved them into fourth.
Score FC are still top of Division 4 following their comprehensive 9-0 win against the Highlands. Second placed Pump were without a game. Victoria FC are in third after wining 3-1 versus DH Gas. Wesham Town are still in the hunt after they won 9-2 away at Walkabout. Finally, Fylde Coast Vet's decent 6-2 away win at Fire & Ice FC ensured mid table obscurity.
Action from Collins Park where Reform Health Club FC (Blue) were playing Molloys FC. More pictures below as well as few more from an icy Commonedge Road.
Premier DivisionPoulton SFC 3 – 2 AFC Additions
Reform Health Club 2 – 2 Molloys
Blackhurst Budd 9 – 0 CTK FC
Mythop Leisure 2 – 2 Boars Head
Northern Care Colts 6 – 5 21st Century Windows
Saddle 5 – 1 Chris Allen Garages
Wrea Green 4 – 3 Sportsworld Media
Blue Room 1 – 3 Mereside
Devonshire Arms 6 – 1 FC Rangers
Fylde Coast Gates 5 – 0 No4 Celtic
Highfield Social 5 – 2 Xceptional Kitchens
Teamsport 90 FC 1 – 2 Northern Rags
Uncle Tom's Cabin 2 – 3 AFC Wilo
Clifton Rangers 4 – 2 Athletico Excelsior
Marshall Court 2 – 0 Kingsfield
Normoss Newton Arms 7 – 1 Hampton Social
Old England 2 – 4 Frenchman's Cove
Wesham 2 – 5 Bispham Hotel
Fire & Ice 2 – 6 Fylde Coast Veterans
Score 9 – 0 Highlands
Victoria 3 – 1 DH Gas
Walkabout 2 – 9 Wesham Town
Saddle FC v Chris Allen Garages (Blue). Chris Allen's pacey forward Daryl Prance leading the line this morning.
One for the sponsor of Saddle FC
'heads missing'………..welcome to my world
Victoria FC manager Owen Burns
Fire & Ice v Fylde Coast Veterans (Blue)
Disastrous defending from the Vets allows Fire & Ice an easy goal
Scott Buchanan..'Jack in the box'
Highfield Social (Red) started with ten men versus Xceptional Kitchens. Here's the late arrival
Walkabout (Yellow) v Wesham Town
Fylde Coast Gates v No4 Celtic (Yellow) in Division 2 – Gino Farina
These two had the right idea in the Score v Highlands match
Seven year old Callum Oswell out watching Dad Simon
Henry Wright (Centre) headed home for Gates
'He's behind you'. Victoria FC (Red) v DH Gas FC
Reform Health (Blue) v Molloys
I've seen more people dressed as chickens in one weekend……
Robbie Boal (Right)
Rival managers Mark Spedding and Kenny Mew
Sportspy 2012 /13
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