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Sunday Alliance goes goal crazy

Chris Giles, who plays for Fylde Coast Veterans, is intent on getting on with the game, despite sliding into the watery dyke at Common Edge Road during the match with Dutton Arms

Chris Giles, who plays for Fylde Coast Veterans, is intent on getting on with the game, despite sliding into the watery dyke at Common Edge Road during the match with Dutton Arms

THE Blackpool and Fylde Sunday Football Alliance experienced a goals avalanche this week.

A staggering 120 goals were scored and throughout the league, the form-book was ripped up.

In the Premier Division Reform Health Club beat Revival Tattoos. Goals from Mark Butler, Benjamin Farley and Anthony Pearson ensured the win. Jarred Bain netted a consolation goal for Revival Tattoos.

Poulton SFC won 4-1 away to Molloys FC thanks to goals by Carl Eastwood, Nicholas Thompson and Stuart Holloway (2),

Bloomfield Vets recorded their first victory of the season after beating Additions AFC 2-1 with Andy Gouck and James Myers on target.

There was also a first league win for Chris Allen Garages in Division One after they beat top team Golden Eagle 2-1.

Wrea Green won their match against Saddle FC 2-1 and have now moved two points clear at the top of the table.

Mythop Leisure were made to work for their three points at home to 21st Century Windows after winning 4-3.

CTK FC and Northern Care Colts played out a 2-2 draw while Boars Head FC ended Blackhurst Budds’ unbeaten 10-game run with a 4-1 win.

Rick Seear was on target for Blackhurst Budd, while the Boars Head scorers were Craig Harding, Matthew Haycock and Barry Davenport (2).

Bathroom Solutions beat SportWorld Media FC 3-1 with Paul Gaskell(2), Craig Robinson and Craig Worrall all finding the net.

In Division Two, Blue Room beat Fylde Coast Gates 3-1 win thanks to Steven Duffy (2) and Chris Gray. Samuel Jacob Dyer got the only goal for FCG.

Highfield Social beat Station Tavern 2-1 with Calvin Ross and Lucas Thornley scoring for Highfield Social and Philip Csesznyak getting the goal for Station Tavern.

Teamsport90 celebrated a 7-2 win over Marton Institute with goals from Conner Cooper (3) and Andy Smith (4).

Northen Rags won 2-1 away at Mereside FC with goals from Benjamin Hutley (2). Matty Grime scored for Mereside.

Uncle Toms Cabin and Number Four Celtic drew 5-5, while Wilo AFC beat FC Rangers 2-1, with Danny Worth scoring both goals.

In Division Three, Wesham won away to Kingsfield FC. Edward Bilsborrow and Shaun Worden scored for Wesham and Chris Casson replied.

Frenchmans Cove FC beat Hampton Social 3-0 with Michael Ingham, Karl McLeod and Jack Spencer scoring the goals.

Bispham Hotel lost 3-1 to Clifton Rangers with goals from Jack Oldrid, Adam Heaney, Daniel Rapley and Kieran Rimmington.

Athletico Excelsior and Old England played out a 3-3 draw.

In Division Four Wesham Town beat top of the table Pump and Truncheon 8-3 with Michael Booth (3), Stephen Carter, Craig Gillies, Leigh Gillies, Mike Nolan and Alexander Walker helping them on their way.

Score FC moved level on top after they beat Marton Athletic 4-1 thanks to Paul Brockhill, James Geraghty and Matthew Parr(2).

DH Gas continued their good form with a 4-2 victory over Walkabout FC – Nathan Campbell, Chris Lonsdale and Leigh Cheatle (2) scoring.

Fylde Coast Vets overcame Dutton Arms with a 4-1 win with Philip Dilworth, Danny Horner, Carl Hughes and Lee Scammell on the scoresheet.

Fire and Ice beat Highlands FC 5-2 with the help of two own goals and Jamie Cathie, Anthony Chapman and Kris Rapley netting the others.

Victoria FC and JJ Property Services played out a 1-1 draw, with Kyle McAdams and Andrew Barlow scoring.

 

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