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Blackpool Wren Rovers



Website last updated: 26 Oct, 2014 @ 15:17

Match Report


Blackpool Wren Rovers

Chris Glynn (1)

Danny Pickering (1)

Ric Seear (3)

Sat 25 Oct, 2014

Attendance: 49




Fleetwood Hesketh

Today saw the return fixture against Fleetwood Hesketh with Wrens looking to avenge the 4 - 3 defeat from 3 weeks ago. The game turned out to be one of Wrens best performances of the season and keeps the pressure on the rest of the league to keep pace with us and makes next weeks fixture at Charnock Richard more important for the home side.


The game started well for Wrens as we piled on the pressure and it paid off as Danny Pickering gave Wrens the lead on 12 minutes. Fleetwood had little answer for the continued onslaught creating few chances, on 26 minutes Ric Seear scored his 1st of the match to double Wrens lead. The rest of the half saw Wrens continue to create chances but the half ended with a 2 - 0 scoreline for the home side.


The 2nd half continued in the same vane as Fleetwood Hesketh found few answers to Wrens continued pressure and on 59 minutes Ric Seear made it 3 - 0. on 64 minutes Chris Glynn celebrated his 1st start for the 1st team by making it 4 - 0 and adding to his impressive tally of 7 for the reserves. The only black mark for Wrens came on 78 minutes as the visitors pulled one back. Normal service was resumed when Ric Seear completed his hat trick taking his tally for the season to 13 in all competitions, 11 of them in the league, to make the final score Wrens 5 Fleetwood Hesketh 1.


Next week sees us travel to 2nd placed Charnock Richard with a 3pm kick off.

Starting line up

  • Mark Smith

  • Nick Corless

    Nick aka 'Nashers the cowardly lion' is another youngster who came up through the Under 18's and Reserves like his brother Chris, and has firmly established himself as a first team regular. Nashers began life in the first team as a right bac...

  • Jordan Dowthwaite

  • Danny Pickering

    Danny, better known as 'Pickers' or 'Picklesby', is a very intelligent footballer. As a youngster he played upfront, reputedly scoring many goals, but now operates very successfully in a deep-lying central midfield ro...

  • Fran Donaghy

  • Chris Morris

  • Chris Glynn

  • Anthony Pearson

    Tony "Prizefighter" Pearson is a fearsome competitor who takes his football very seriously. Tony has excellent defensive attributes - adores a tackle, knocks a great ball, has good positional sense, is always up for a battle with any str...

  • Ric Seear


  • Oli Crolla

  • Nick Greenall

    Nick is a quality left-sided player with a cannon for a left foot. Operates comfortably at left back and also in midfield when needed. Has all the attributes to be a good defender, being strong in the tackle, quick, good in the air with good posit...

Substitutes used

  • Mickey Clark

  • Steve Creelman

    A quiet, unassuming lad who is also known as 'Tevez', although he looks nothing like him. Creel's secret weapon is in fact that he looks nothing like a footballer at all! However this player should not be underestimated, as on his game he is ...

  • Danny Morris

Substitutes not used

  • Ben Seear

  • Andy Speight

    "Speighty" is a commanding, vocal goalkeeper who instills confidence in the defensive line and is a good character to have at the club. He shows leadership with his committment to training and demands a high level of performance from his team...

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