DANIEL Morris bagged a hat-trick for Poulton SFC in their 9-3 defeat of Bloomfield Vets in the premier division of the Blackpool and Fylde Sunday Alliance.
Carl Eastwood netted twice and there were goals from Lee Catlow, Stuart Holloway and Adam Sharrocks.
Molloys FC were were 5-0 winners at Christ The King, while Revival Tattoos held Reform Heath Club to a 1-1 draw.
In division on, CTK went 6-4 up against 21st Century Windows only to be pegged back to a 6-6 draw after having two sent off late on.
Chris Cairns, James Isadore and Steve Taylor all bagged a brace for CTK only for the double dismissal to pave the way for a late comeback. Ryan Bradley, Paul Gaskell, David Greenhough and Ben McDonald were on target for Windows.
Mythop Leisure hosted Northern Care, whose manager Matt Livingstone took to the field but could not spare his side a 6-0 defeat.
FC Rangers still lead the way in division two after their 5-2 win over Marton Institute, while the unstoppable left foot of Scott Christy helped Mere Side to an 8-0 win over Blue Room. Northern Rags are still holding their own after a 1-1 draw with Fylde Coast Gates.
Bispham Hotel went four points clear in division three with a 6-4 win over Squirrel, though Frenchman’s Cove and Kingsfield are hot on their heels. Hampton Social are still searching for an elusive win after losing 4-2 to Old England FC.
In division four, Wesham Town made it five consecutive wins with a convincing 10-0 win over Highlands FC in which Craig Gillies helped himself to seven goals. Both DH Gas and Fire and Ice are still looking for their first win, having lost to Dutton Arms and Marton Athletic respectively.
The game of the day was Pump and Truncheon v Score, who were both unbeaten. Only Score can still make that boast after goals by Nick Cole, Luke Fishwick, Matthew Parr and James Geraghty sealed a 4-2 victory.