Blackpool Mens first team suffered their biggest home defeat in over 5 years as table toppers Keswick ran riot in the second half, finishing up 6-1 winners at Stanley Park.
Blackpool dominated the opening exchanges and were unlucky not to go ahead however the tight Keswick defence kept chances to a minimum.
It was the visitors who took the lead on a rare counter attack with a quick passing move down the right. Blackpool’s pressure finally provided a breakthrough when Dave Morgan converted from a penalty corner. With the match level at one apiece, both sides had opportunities to go ahead but we’re unable to convert.
Happy with their first half performance, Blackpool were left stunned after a mad ten minutes after the break saw them 4-1 down. Keswick pounced upon defensive errors, growing in confidence with each attack. In a second half to forget for the home side, five goals were shipped as Keswick asserted themselves top of the division.