Date: 6th May 2006 at 6:51pm
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Pool took the lead early on thanks to Matthew Blinkhorn who volleyed home Parkers Cross.

Gillingham found themselves on level terms when the impressive Darren Byfeild knocked the equaliser from close range after Jones had pulled off a magnificent save.

The Gills took the lead for the first time in the afternoon when Byfield grabbed his second of the match in the second half. A neat turn and finished gave Jones no chance.

The Seasiders fought back, a goal from Keigan Parker got the Seasiders back on level terms. Parker found him self behind the gills defence after a corner and slotted home despite looking yards offside. Parker then gave Pool the lead again when he broke free of the defence and lobbed the keeper.

Unfortunately Gillingham spoiled the end of season party when former Pool loanee Michael Flynn slotted in to give a share of the spoils.

A pitch invasion before the final whistle did put a dampener on the affair but overall a good final day at the office for the Pool.

 

7 Replies to “Pool 3 – 3 Gillingham”

  • De De De De De Keigan Parker! As for the idiots running on the pitch – shame on you as we can now expect an FA fine and pssoibly the prospect of playing behind closed doors next season. Still, well done Larry and the lads u dun great!

  • it was a atstanting match blackpools kegan parker shown all the fans how good he realy plays larry you have to try and get him on a contract any way well played the pool

  • larry if your looking 4 a stiker i think gillinghams player who got them 2 goals looks good any way who youget weno hes going to be mint looks of look

  • ” does larry double up his day job? im sure he looks after the donkeys on the beach?- perhaps that is where you get your new signings from”

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