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Blackpool Wren Rovers



Website last updated: 17 Apr, 2014 @ 12:24

Match Report


Blackpool Wren Rovers

Ric Seear (2)

Steve Creelman (1)

Tue 15 Apr, 2014

Attendance: 60






Tonight saw Wrens take on Garstang for the first of two games between the clubs in six days. Whilst Wrens were looking to overhaul Fleetwood Hesketh for the coveted runners up slot, Garstang aren't safe yet from relegation after being deducted 3pts.


The game started badly for the home side as Garstang took the lead on 12 minutes and left Wrens chasing the match with few chances being taken despite top scorer Ric Seear being joined up front by leading reserve scorers Steve Creelman and Lee Tobin. In fact it wasn't until the match was 35 minutes old that Wrens troubled the scorers as Ric Seear converted the 1st of the matches 3 penalties. Encouraged by this Steve Creelman then gave Wrens the lead on 41 minutes to send Wrens into the interval 2 - 1 up.


At the start of the 2nd half Wrens weathered the storm for the first 20 minutes until Garstang equalised with a penalty on 65 minutes. The visitors then went 3 - 2 in front on 69 minutes forcing Wrens to take control of the game in order to salvage much needed points. On 77 minutes up popped Ric Seear again with his 2nd penalty of the night to pull the sides level at 3 - 3.


As the match entered stoppage time the home side were fortunate not to concede a 4th as the ball hit the woodwork and stay in play as Wrens keeper appeared to have been well beaten. The draw still sees Wrens 4 points adrift of 2nd placed Fleetwood Hesketh with 6 games to play.


Saturday sees us entertain Crooklands Casuals with a 3pm kick off.

Starting line up

  • Nathan Thompson

  • Fran Donaghy

  • Lewis Cook

    Lewis is a very consistent performer who rarely puts a foot wrong defensively. Over the last few seasons he has cemented his position as first choice right back, but can also operate quite happily at centre-half if needed. Lewis has deve...

  • Conn Methven

    Conn has brought a wealth of quality and experience to the club since signing from Kirkham & Wesham (AFC Fylde) in 2008. He has enjoyed a fairly illustrious career at this level, with 5 LFA Shields, 4 Northern Counties Cups...

  • 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...

  • Kurt Bradley

  • 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 ...

  • Mark Fiddler

    "Moggy" is a very tidy player who loves nothing more than nice, intricate pass and move football. The downside is that he never quite understands which games at this level cannot be played in this way. The management are always...

  • Ric Seear


  • Oliver Crolla

  • Lee Tobin

Substitutes used

  • Ben Seear

  • Jack Sharples

    Jack is an enthusiastic footballer who can play in several positions including centre or wide midfield, but is now recognised for his incessant work rate and nuisance capability up front. Has a vicious shot that the m...

Substitutes not used

  • 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...

  • Mason May

    Mason is a nice lad with a good attitude who has regularly been training to help develop his game. He is a versatile player who can operate at full back or in midfield.When he does train, the lads are very wary of his love for the 'firm' tack...

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