Blackhurst Budd have the best Frend

Broomheads Estate Agency in action against FC Albion  Picture: George Wilson
Broomheads Estate Agency in action against FC Albion Picture: George Wilson
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Blackhurst Budd’s 100 per cent record remained intact as Liam Frend ran amok with five goals in their 7-4 win against Kingsfield in the Bathroom Solutions Blackpool and Fylde Sunday Football Alliance Premier Division.

Nick Greenall and Danny Morris also scored for Budd, while John Whittle scored twice along with David Edge and Shane Hull as the visitors staged a late comeback.

The Saddle stay second as Mark Robinson (2), Mason May, Jackson Hulme, Robbie Hulme and Jamie Walsh scored in their 6-1 win against S Royle Roofing.

Colin Marshall scored a hat trick and Martin Ireland a brace as AFC Rangers stunned A and P Autos with a 5-3 win, Matty Askin. Ben Fenton and Craig Worrall replied.

Ash Robinson scored twice and Nathan Hine was also on target as Additions beat Appletree Finance in a five-goal thriller, Luke Robinson with both replies.

Rory Davies, Luke Wilks and Daniel Jones were on target for 21st Century Windows as they won 3-1 at Exceptional Kitchens, Paul Levin scoring the consolation.

In Division One, the top two went head-to-head and Shovels new signing Ryan Tanser stole the show with four goals as they beat Athletico Tijuana 7-2.

Tyler Atack scored two and Luke Smith the other, AJ Greenwood and Rick Horrocks with the replies.

Bloomfield Brewhouse took advantage by leapfrogging Tijuana into second place as goals from Barry Davenport (4) and Craig Harding gave them a 5-0 win against Chris Allen Garages.

Joe Caton scored a brace to help Belle Vue win 5-3 at Highfield Social.

Jason Jewitt, Ellis Tortelly and Luke Gunniss also scored, while Richard Baldwin (2) and Lucas Thornley replied.

Andi Smart and Mark Lord scored as Anchorsholme beat AFC Lane Ends Blackpool 2-1, as Nathan Rutherford scored the reply.

Wesham stunned in-form FC Highfield with a last-minute winner from Carl Duffy.

Wesham had gone 2-0 up through Jordan Paton and Shaun Worden, but Highfield pulled it back through Jordan Wood and Ryan Long before Duffy popped up to claim the points for his team.

In Division Two, leaders BES Utilities won 8-3 against Metrostars thanks to a Corey Harrison hat-trick, a Lee Grundy brace and further goals from Dom Ritchie, Daniel Sumner and Jack Porter.

Broomheads Estate Agency kept their perfect league record intact with a 4-0 win against FC Albion courtesy of goals from Kenny Cram, Sam Brinkworth, Jack Gaffikin and an own goal.

The Links’ good run continued as goals from Alex Cameron, Jack Redman, Stephen Oberman and an own goal gave them a 4-1 win against Lane Ends for whom Steven Turner replied.

Tom Harrison scored a hat trick as Highlands had a stunning 6-1 win at Up-Rite Scaffolding. Richard Blampied also scored two and Jordan Brailsford was also on target. Adam Fishwick replied.

Kevin Beig had a great start to his Kirkham Town career as a debut hat-trick set them up for a 4-2 win at Westview.

Jason Lee was also on target and David Holmes scored both the hosts’ goals.

In the Division Two Berry’s Beds Divisional Cup, The Bridge progressed after goals from Simon Annetts (2), David Morris and David Ireland gave them a 4-1 win against Marshall Court. Gareth Leadbetter replied.