Reform gallop past Donkey

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ALMOST every fixture involving G Casino Blackpool and Fylde Sunday Alliance clubs in the league and cups beat the weather last weekend, when a grand total of 128 goals were scored.

In the Lancashire Trophy, Reform Health Club beat Rochdale side Donkey 9-0, with a hat-trick by Connor McGough, two goals from Anthony Pearson and strikes by Benjamin Farley, Kevin Ford, Jordan Spedding and Ryan Willetts.

Blackhurst Budd’s 3-1 victory over Ingol FC 3-1 made it a victorious day for both Fylde teams.

There were plenty of goals in the Division Two/Three Cup, six of them scored by Normoss Newton Arms FC against Station Tavern, who had no reply. Phil Brown and Graham Hutchinson both scored twice.

FC Rangers beat Mereside 5-1 with goals by Robert Nunnen (2), Kieran Fairnie, Martin Ireland and Cory Sellers.

Exceptional Kitchens edged a hard-fought tie against Wesham FC 3-2 and Marton Institute beat No4 Celtic 5-3 courtesy of Ashley Turner-Roberts (2), Ryan Skelly, Matt Gowen and Jamie Farrington. Bispham Hotel overcame Uncle Toms Cabin 6-4, while Metrostars FC and Kirkham Con Club both booked their places in the next round via penalty shootouts. In the only premier division game, leaders AFC Additions beat Blackpool Catholic Club 2-1 thanks to Steven Chantler and Stuart Pratt. James Gilmour scored for Catholic Club.

21st Century Windows hosted Sportsworld Media in division one, and the visitors emerged 3-2 winners thanks to Wayne Gardiner, Benjamin Mckay and Paul Smith.

In division three, Old England eft Squirrel with a 5-3 win, while Marshall Court caused an upset with their 1-0 success over Kingsfield. Pride of place in division four goes to Wesham Town, who annihilated JJ Property Services 9-2 as Michael Booth netted five. DH Gas beat Fire and Ice FC 7-2, with Ryan Cross scoring four.

H&A beat lowly Highlands FC 2-0 thanks to Brian Rowland and Shawn McLachlan, while Fylde Coast Vets recovered from 3-1 down to draw 3-3 with Victoria, two goals by Damian Dinsmore and one from Daniel Horner salvaging the point. Finally, Richard Eaves hit a hat-trick in Walkabout’s 5-2 win over Marton, with Sammi Azzuz and Paul Passmore also on target.