Courtesy of the BFSFA committee, here are all of the provisional results from today’s programme of Sunday football action. The tables, fixtures and results have now been updated. If in doubt, please call Dennis on 391055. Midweek evening fixtures continue on Wednesday.
Decent conditions at last across the Fylde this morning as the wind dropped and the temperatures rose. At Collins Park, Victoria FC upset the form book with a 3-2 win against in form Wesham Town to reach the final of the Division 4 Cup – well done to them. One game in the Prem saw Molloys beat Blackpool Catholic Club 8-2. The Catholic Club finish the season in sixth.
Golden Eagle's 1-0 win away at Mythop kept them at the top of Division 1. The unpredictable Bathroom Solutions beat Boars Head 3-2. There were also wins for Northern Care Colts and the Saddle who are showing good late season form. In Division 2, the Devonshire Arms came out on top in the game of the day as they beat leaders Fylde Coast Gates 4-2. Norther Rags continue to reel in the top two after they beat FC Rangers 3-0. Blue Room beat Teamsport 90 by the same scoreline, Wilo beat Station Tavern 8-3, Highfield Social won 6-1 against Number Four Celtic and Xceptional Kitchens turned over Uncle Tom's Cabin 4-1.
In Division 3, Frenchman's Cove are top after their 8-1 win against Metrostars. Wesham Town climber into second after beating the Old England 3-0. Athletico Excelsior lost 5-0 at home to Clifton Rangers whilst AFC Wilo won 8-3 away at Station Tavern. The Bispham Hotel won 2-1 away at Kirkham Con Club. In Division 4, Fylde Coast Gates threw away a 4-1 lead to draw 5-5v against Marton Athletic. Pump & Truncheon are five points clear at the top tonight after beating Highlands 6-0.
Don't forget that Tuesday night sees the Lancashire Sunday Trophy final between Reform Health Club and Blackhurst Budd. The County Ground, Leyland is the venue, 7pm Kick off. Try and make the trip – you won't be disappointed.
Action from Commonedge Road where the weather was at last perfect for Sunday morning football. In the above picture, Robbo(7) cuts inside and hits a curler on to the far post for Northern Care Colts FC v 21st Century Windows FC. (More pictures from almost all of the games played at Commonedge below).
Division 4 Cup (Semi final)
Victoria 3 – 2 Wesham Town
Molloys 8 – 2 Blackpool Catholic Club
Bathroom Solutions 3 – 2 Boars Head
21st Century Windows 0 – 5 Northern Care Colts
Golden Eagle 1 – 0 Mythop Leisure
Sportsworld Media 0 – 3 Saddle
Blue Room 3 – 0 Teamsport 90 FC
FC Rangers 0 – 3 Northern Rags
Fylde Coast Gates 2 – 4 Devonshire Arms
Highfield Social 6 – 1 No4 Celtic
Station Tavern 3 – 8 AFC Wilo
Uncle Tom's Cabin 1 – 4 Xceptional Kitchens
Athletico Excelsior 0 – 5 Clifton Rangers
Frenchman's Cove 8 – 1 Metrostars
Hampton Social 5 – 1 Marshall Court
Kirkham Con Club 1 – 2 Bispham Hotel
Wesham 3 – 0 Old England
Marton Athletic 5 – 5 Fylde Coast Veterans
Pump & Truncheon 6 – 0 Highlands
Pump & Truncheon (Yellow) v Highlands in Division 4
21st Century Windows FC (white) v Northern Care Colts (Div 1)
Great movement in the box by the big man as Northern's player manager Matt Livingstone ghosted in to slot home from short range.
Highfield Social (red) v Number Four Celtic
Fylde Coast Gates v Devonshire Arms FC (Tangerine)
The Vets were short this morning, manager Todd strips for action
Marton Athletic the opposition
Hampton Social v Marshall Court (Yellow)
Station Tavern (White) v AFC Wilo
Referee Niall Eaves flashes the card after the Tavern player questioned his fading eyesight
Wilo convert the penalty
and Hampton score from the spot on the adjoining pitch
The Fylde Coast Gates keeper departs early – he needed a Snickers (You're not you when you're hungry)
Off to Collins Park for the last 25 of the Division 4 Cup semi final. Wesham v Victoria (Red)….2-2 on arrival
Victoria score what proved to be the winner after some great build up play
Wesham go close
Referee John Hay
The whistle goes and the relief on Victoria manager Owen Burn's face is clear to see. If anybody deserves to reach a Sunday final after all of these years it's Owen so congratulations to Victoria who deserved their hard fought victory.
Sportspy 2012 /13
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