Blackpool and Fylde Sunday Football Alliance: Highfield Social in top form

Highfield Social extended their lead at the top of the Blackpool and Fylde Sunday Football Alliance to four points after a 2-1 home win over FC Albion in the premiership.

Monday, 3rd May 2021, 4:45 pm

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Third-placed Queens FC lost ground in the title race when they were held to a goalless home draw by AFC Ardwick.

The other top-flight games saw Phoenix Car Care edge a mid-table contrest with FC Fleetwood 4-3, while there were 1-0 wins for Bloomfield Brewhouse and Layton Juniors against The Clarence and Exceptional Kitchens respectively.

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Sunday Alliance action between Ciao Ciao and Marton Athletic Picture: KAREN TEBBUTT

Foxhall maintained the pressure on division one leaders Mavricks with a 5-2 victory over Marton.

Mavricks won by the only goal at Kirkham and Wesham Athletic to remain a point in front of Foxhall with a game in hand.

Third-placed Little Black Pug are still in the title race too after a 3-2 home win over Attend-a-Lock. The top three are all in action again tomorrow.

Unity Rangers are up to fourth after beating Viva Galaxy 6-3 in an end-to-end game.

There were rare wins for the bottom two away from home as Belle Vue beat Chekk Elec 3-2 and Broadwater were 5-4 winners over Number 3.

Division two leaders FC Rangers were in ruthless mood, a 10-0 win at Freckleton extending their lead to eight points.

Ciao Caio are up to second after beating Marton Athletic 2-0, while Fleetwood Gym go third after 3-0 derby victory over bottom club Marshall Court, who welcome Ciao Ciao tomorrow.

West Coast Sports slipped from second to fourth after losing 4-2 at a top-notch Highlands.

Clifton Rangers thumped 21st Century Windows 5-1, while Highfield and New Philly shared the points 1-1.

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