Fylde amateur football scene: Sunday Alliance review
The game of the day in the Bathroom Solutions Blackpool and Fylde Sunday Alliance saw premier division leaders Blackhurst Budd beat second-placed The Saddle 2-0.
The Saddle started the stronger but couldn’t beat Andy Speight in the Budd goal. The hosts grew stronger as the first half wore on but found Jamie Cook in the other goal in top form too.
Budd’s Danny Morris finally broke the deadlock on 72 minutes and then Tarren Moxon put the game beyond doubt with five minutes left as the game ended 2-0.
An Ashley Robinson brace and a further goal from Antony Smith gave AFC Additions a 3-0 win at S Royle Roofing.
AFC Rangers drew 1-1 with Appletree Finance, with Martin Ireland netting for Rangers and Connor Williams cashing in for Finance.
David Ramsden and James Butler scored a brace each as Exceptional Kitchens beat Kingsfield 5-2 to progress to the Gledhill Cup semi-final.
Adam Zyda was also on target, while Slavek Perz and John Whittle replied.
The top two also went head to head in division one and it was the leaders, FC Shovels who edged out Anchorsholme in a seven-goal thriller.
Paul Gaskell scored a hat-trick and Aaron Fleming was also on target, with Giovanni Tamburello, Daniel Smith and Scott Thompson replying.
Andrew Duckworth scored two and Zak Singleton and Joe Caton also registered goals as Belle Vue beat Wyre 4-2.
Nathan Rutherford and Matty Grime scored two each and Reece Russell added the other as AFC Lane Ends Blackpool beat FC Highfield 5-0.
Lee Clark and Carl Duffy gave Wesham a 2-1 win at Chris Allen Garages, for whom Dean Chadwick scored.
James Burgess hit both goals as AFC Jewsons Blackpool beat Highfield Social 2-0.
In division two, the result of the day went to The Bridge as they finally ended Broomhead Estate Agency’s 100 per cent record with a 4-3 win courtesy of goals from Kyle Nixon, David Whyte, Simon Annetts and Jason Nuttall. Broomhead’s scorers were Jack Gaffikin, Jordan Finlayson and Danny Green.
A Jack Hayton hat-trick and goals by Lee Grundy (2), Jack Porter (2), Mitch Hadgraft, Dom Ritchie, Billy Dollin and Christopher Daws gave leaders BES Utilities an 11-2 win at Westview, for whom Kyrone Edwards and Robert Renton replied.
Ryan Willetts and Callum Hitchon scored two each as King Edward beat The Links 4-3. James Rowley and Gavin Docherty (2) replied.
And finally in the Berrys Beds Division Two Cup, FC Albion’s Michael Crossland scored a hat-trick to set his team up to a 7-0 victory over Metrostars.
Nitisat Sirisom, Stephen Caldwell, Dave Palmer and Michael Rose completed the scoring.
Last weekend’s West Lancashire League programme was washed out.