THE wet weather made most pitches unplayable but there were still 98 goals in Lancashire Cup and league matches involving Blackpool and Fylde Sunday Alliance sides.
In the cup, Reform Health FC overwhelmed Darwen Victoria 8-0, with goals from Jordan Spedding(4), Phil Smith (2), Michael Clark and Neil Larkin. Reform manager Mark Spedding would have been delighted with his squad dominating on Darwen’s plastic surface.
Blackhurst Budd were 9-2 winners at Wyresdale Rangers, where Rick and Ben Seear were again among the goals.
In the Premier Division, Additions took full advantage of Molloys game being called off. They disposed of Christ The King 11-0 to go three points clear at the top, with goals from Ashley Robinson (4), Stuart Pratt(2), Stephen Chantler (2), Scott Bradford (2) and Carl Gardner.
Only one game survived in Division One as 21st Century Windows played host to Wrea Green, who emerged 6-2 winners with goals from Nathan Cook (2), Andrew Thornley (2), Adrian Hunt and Michael Evens. This left Wrea two points clear at the top.
The only match in division two saw Blue Room maintain their fine form with a 5-0 win over Fylde Coast Gates, with goals from Steven Duffy, Darren Elwell, Ben Kelly, Stephen Twist and Stuart Bunn.
Division four saw most of the action as Fylde Coast Vets beat DH Gas 9-2. The prolific Damian Dinsmore added four goals to his impressive total and was matched by Marc Green.
Fire and Ice recorded their second win of the season by beating a young Highlands side 5-0, with Nathan Hinsom netting twice.
Dutton Arms beat H&A Social 3-2 with goals from Kevin Everton, Ashley Gellatly and Kevin Moran.
Wesham Town kept the pressure on the top two with a 7-1 win over Layton. Michael Booth scored a hat-trick and Craig Gillies two.
Walkabout have now gone two games with out conceding a goal after beating JJ Property Services 7-0 thanks to Sammi Azzuz (3) and Adam Raybould (2).
Finally, Pump and Truncheon maintained top position with an 8-1 win over Marton Athletic, Rob Norton hitting a hat-trick.