The Divisional Cup quarter-finals dominated the G Casino Blackpool & Fylde Sunday Alliance scene over the weekend.
In the Bierkeller Premier/Division One Cup, Newton Arms overcame their poor league form to eliminate Bloomfield Vets 4-2 and thanks to a Terence Fearns hat-trick. They are now in two semi- finals. A pair from Carl Eastwood sent Poulton SFC through 4-0 against Additions.
In the all-Division One tie, Wrea Green disposed of Uncle Toms 5-4 with Nathan Cook scoring twice.
Boars Head knocked Travel Village out of the Bierkeller Division Two/Three Cup 6-3, with Craig Harding’s three goals earning him a £10 sponsor’s voucher.
A double from Martyn Percival clinched a 5-3 victory for Blackpool Lane Ends over Burn Naze. Kingsfield went through 3-2 against Stable Bar, with David Edge, Ben Flitcroft and Shane Reed finding the net.
Scott Thomson’s four goals and Luigi Farina’s three secured an 8-3 win for Number Four Celtic against Bispham Hotel.
Lane Ends Res had a surprise 2-1 victory over Blue Room in the Bierkeller Division Four Cup, with Michael Booth and Karl Fletcher their marksmen.
Excellent UK hammered Berrys Beds 9-1 with pairs from Adam and Darren Heaney. Scott McPhee’s two goals secured a 5-2 win for Fylde Coast Vets against DH Gas.
The shock of the day came in the Leagu,e with Premier leaders Sanuk FC losing their 100per cent record in the 2-1 defeat by Fleetwood Gym, with goals from Liam Forrest and Dean Richards. Gareth Moore replied.
Gardeners Arms are now six points behind with a game in hand after beating FC Loco 3-0, with Stuart Holloway (2) and Michael Anderson netting.
The two top teams in division one both lost again, with bottom side Highfield Social defeating leaders Village Steel 3-0, with Anthony Waller (2) and Jamie Haydock scoring.
Strikes from Michael Evans and Carl Faber gave Bathroom Solutions a 2-0 victory over second- placed Golden Eagle.
Tower Lounge strengthened their position after winning 3-1 against Northern Care Colts, with a Chris Preece double and a Kevin Beesting goal.
A David Cram double secured a 5-3 success for Blackpool Catholic Club over The County.
Both games in division two ended 4-3, with an Adrian James pair earning Squirrel a fine win over CTK.
A well-taken penalty from Paul Snellgrove sparked a comeback from a 2-0 deficit for Hansom Cab to beat Clifton Arms.
The top five teams in division three are all challenging for honours after leaders Xceptional Kitchens dropped points in the 1-1 draw with Lane Ends.
Tyrone Melling was their scorer and Danny Lenehan replied.
Jack Broadbent scored all Marshall Court’s goals in the 3-1 surprise win against in-form Teamsport 90.
Mere Park’s game was a repeat of the previous week – a 3-0 victory after a goaless first half – with strikes from Nick Tosh, David McNichol and Joseph Howarth.
In the meeting of the bottom two teams, Blue Spot Knee Clinic climbed above Old England after beating them 4-3, with a Marc O’Donnell double.
At the foot of division four, DS Rovers won their third game of the season in the 5-2 defeat of Stanley Arms, with Josh Evans netting twice.