THERE were a ton of goals in the Blackpool and Fylde Sunday Football Alliance - 107, in fact.
In the Division Two and Three Cup Bispham Hotel lost to Clifton Rangers 4-1.
Gavin Barnett, Darren Heaney, Daniel Rapley and Kieran Rimmington were on target for Rangers, while Wesley Warrender replied for Bispham Hotel.
Normoss Newton Arms won 4-2 away to Old England FC, with goals from Graeme Hutchinson, James Roberts and Peter Floyd(2).
James Fullalove bagged a brace for Old England.
In Division One Golden Eagle thumped 21st Century Windows 8-0 thanks to Stuart Dagger(2), Bradley Foulkes(3) and Scott Park(3).
Blackhurst Budd beat Saddle FC 4-1 with goals from Nick Greenall, Tarren Moxon, Ben Seear and Rick Seear.
Boars Head beat CTK FC 6-2 with goals from Karl Boardman, Barry Davenport, Christopher Glynn and a hat-trick from Dean Walsh which left CTK still looking for their first win of the season.
SportsWorld Media and Bathroom Solutions played out a 1-1 draw with Martyn Percival and Kurt Bradley scoring for their respective teams.
Division Two team Exceptional Kitchens played host to FC Rangers, the home side taking all three points after a 2-1 victory.
John De Loup and Danny Wallbanks netted for the victors.
Marton Institute beat Station Tavern 4-2 with Stuart Geddes, Matt Gowan(2) and Gareth Nuttall all netting for Marton Institute, while Ross Albiston and Mark Beaton scored for Station Travern.
Blue Room beat Number Four Celtic 6-0 with goals from Jake Allan, Stuart Bunn(3) and Stephen Twist(2).
Teamsport 90 and Mereside drew 2-2 with Daniel Bradley and Andy Smith scoring for the home side.
Highfield Social beat Uncle Toms Cabin 3-0 thanks to Joe Darnell, Damian Eastwood and Lucas Thornley.
Top-of-the-table Fylde Coast Gates were held to a 3-3 draw away at Wilo AFC.
Kingsfield FC are still top of Division Three after beating Athletico Excelsior 4-1 after goals from Mark Lees and a Jamie Gunn hat-trick.
Frenchmans Cove FC beat Wesham FC 2-1 thanks to goals by Adam Holland and Karl Mcleod scoring.
Marshall Court and Hampton Social FC played out a 2-2 draw
Pump and Truncheon moved back to the top spot in Division Four after they were held to a 1-1 draw against Fylde Coast Vets.
Robert Norton scored for Pump and Truncheon, with Carl Hughes netting a penalty for the Veterans.
Wesham Town are keeping up the pressure on the top two teams after a convincing win against Dutton Arms FC thanks to Michael Booth and Stephen Carter both scoring a hat trick each.
Walkabout FC got back to their winning ways by beating JJ Property Services FC 3-0 with Shaun Miller scoring all three goals.
Layton defeated Fire and Ice 4-2 thanks to Mark Buchan(3) and Thomas McFarlane.
Victoria FC eased past Marton Athletic with a 7-0 win thanks to Ryan Green, Philip Holton, Kyle McAdams, Kyle Nixon and Ryan Nixon(3).
A much-improved Highlands FC drew 3-3 away to DH Gas as both teams started to turn their seasons around
>> The monthly league meeting takes place tonight at Marton Institute, commencing at 7.45pm.