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Sunday, 13 January 2013 15:04

Results & pictures - Sunday January 13th 2013

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Courtesy of the BFSFA committee, here are all of the provisional results from today's frost affected programme of league and Cup Sunday Football action. The tables, fixtures and results have now been updated. If in doubt, please call Dennis on 391055.

In the Gledhill Cup Poulton SFC beat Clifton Rangers 6-0 to progress through to the next round.  In the Division 2/3 Cup replay, Fylde Coast Gates of Division 2 were knocked out by Kirkham Con Club FC of Division 3 5-4.  There was one game in the Premier Division where Blackpool Catholic Club beat Bloomfield Vets 3-1.  Things continue to shape up nicely in Division 1.  Leaders Wrea Green beat Bathroom Solutions 3-2 at Squires Gate.  Sportsworld Media are well placed in third with games in hand after they won 4-0 this morning against 21st Century Windows.  Blackhurst Budd are fifth after they beat Chris Allen Garages 5-2.  In Division 2, FC Rangers closed the gap on Fylde Coast Gates after they won 2-0 against Uncle Tom's Cabin.  The Devonshire Arms are a place behind after a 2-1 win away at Mereside.  There were also good wins for Northern Rags, Station Tavern and Teamsport 90 FC.  Last week in Division 3 Metrostars beat Athletico Excelsior 3-1 but in this morning's reverse fixture Athletico took revenge with a 9-3 victory.  FC Kingsfield returned to the top of Division 3 following a 2-0 win against Hampton Road Social whilst Bispham Hotel beat neighbours Old England 7-2.  Pump & Truncheon's 1-0 win against Layton puts them at the top of Division 4 as Score FC were held to a 1-1 draw by Walkabout.  Wesham Town were also held to a goalless draw by DH Gas.  There were also wins for Fire & Ice, Marton Athletic, Fylde Coast Veterans and FC Victoria.

'Here comes the sun'.....finally and just in time for the pitches at Commonedge Road to thaw out the overnight frost.  Clifton Rangers FC keeper 'Monty' was glad of its arrival.

Gledhill Cup (3rd Round)

Clifton Rangers 0 - 6 Poulton SFC

Division 2/3 Cup (Replay)

Fylde Coast Gates 4 - 5 Kirkham Con Club

Premier Division

Blackpool Catholic Club 3 - 1 Bloomfield Vets

Division 1

Bathroom Solutions 2 - 3 Wrea Green

Blackhurst Budd 5 - 2 Chris Allen Garages

Sportsworld Media 4 - 0 21st Century Windows

Division 2

FC Rangers 2 - 0 Uncle Tom's Cabin

Mereside 1 - 2 Devonshire Arms

Northern Rags 7 - 2 AFC Wilo

Station Tavern 4 - 1 Marton Institute

Teamsport 90 FC 5 - 1 No 4 Celtic

Division 3

Bispham Hotel 7 - 2 Old England

FC Kingsfield 2 - 0 Hampton Road Social

Metrostars 3 - 9 Athletico Excelsior

Division 4

DH Gas 0 - 0 Wesham Town

H&A Social 1 - 2 Fire & Ice

Highlands 0 - 4 Marton Athletic

JJ Property Services 1 - 4 Fylde Coast Veterans

Pump & Truncheon 1 - 0 Layton FC

Score FC 1 - 1 Walkabout

Victoria FC 4 - 2 Dutton Arms

Sportsworld Media versus 21st Century Windows (Blue)

Ben McKay (Left)

A chilly experience for the Sportsworld late arrival

In the Division 2/3 Cup Fylde Coast Gates FC (Red) were up against Kirkham Con Club

Referee Underwood having a rare Sunday Morning off.

Henry Wright (7) is disposessed

Big Joel

'Come on you two, where's your father?'

Simon Oswell with his eye on the ball

Leaping the famous dyke

Score FC v Walkabout (Yellow)

Clifton Rangers versus Poulton SFC (Red) in the Gledhill Cup

Danny Morris

The Clifton wall

Monty retrieves the ball from the back of the net after Poulton's third

A great header from Clifton brought out a super save from Speight

H&A Social versus Fire & Ice FC (Blue)

Good to see so many young supporters out today braving the icy conditions

Read it well, went the right way and saved it

Referee John Hornsby warming his hands at half time

Fylde Coast Vets at the interval in their game against JJ Propery Services

Vet's liner Stuart Todd

Referee Adam Bensurti gets the second half underway

'Who are you looking at?'

Bloomfield Vet's manager and linesman Duncan Gouck improves the accuracy of his decisions by getting closer to the action

Dave Cram (Blue - Blackpool Catholic Club) got on the end of a brilliant long pass, beat the defender, rounded the keeper but it was cleared off the line.

Danny Rossie

In the end it was decent conditions for the players if not for spectators

Sportspy 2012 /13

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