Ultimate Football WGC: Blackpool woes continue in Premiership

PUBLISHED: 13:51 16 October 2018 | UPDATED: 13:51 16 October 2018

Hedgehog and The Toddlers in action in the Ultimate Football WGC league. Picture: Peter Sterling Photography

Hedgehog and The Toddlers in action in the Ultimate Football WGC league. Picture: Peter Sterling Photography

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The Ultimate Football WGC Monday Night League has started its autumn season with current champions in bother in the Premiership.

They lost again, this time 3-0 to Litty Commity with all the goals in the second half.

George Ansell hit a brace while Charlie Lloyd added the third.

Flumpy FC tasted their first defeat of the season with a 3-1 reverse against Rag Rovers while SD & Carlton Cole bounced back from a loss last week to beat Volvo Selekt 2-0.

The surprise team of the Premiership so far, Stroke T, overcame Ryan Ephgrave’s Bayern Neverloosen in a high-scoring 6-4 affair. They were helped on their way by four goals from Jack Reed.

Elsewhere there were also four goals for Jason Bowden as Hedgehog beat The Toddlers 7-2 and Harry Hall’s Stevie Wonder side survived a fight back from FC Rangers Old Boys to win 3-2 .

Sondico United are still looking for their first win of the season after losing 4-0 to Got No Fans.

Marcus Mengal was the star for the Fans.

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