In Full

Football in Full

Lancaster City 4-1 Whitby Town

A scintillating attacking performance from Lancaster City saw them put four goals past Whitby Town at Giant Axe.

Morecambe boss Jim Bentley.

Bentley urges Shrmps to build on Newport win

Jim Bentley has called on the Shrimps to build on their victory over Newport County on Saturday as they face three tough games over the next 10 days.

Melle Meulensteen scores for Lancaster City. Picture: Tony North.

Lancaster City 4-0 Droylsden

Lancaster City booked their place in the third qualifying round of the FA Cup on Saturday after a 4-0 win over Droylsden at the Giant Axe, following a blistering first five minutes.

Lancaster City

Former England skipper Rio Ferdinand to step into the ring

Former England captain Rio Ferdinand has confirmed he will attempt to become a professional boxer with the ultimate aim of challenging for a title belt.
Kevin Ellison is congratulated on his second goal of the afternoon.

Jim Bentley hails super Kevin Ellison after Morecambe's win over Newport

Morecambe boss Jim Bentley was full of praise for veteran striker Kevin Ellison as his two goals helped the Shrimps to only their second win of the season.

Kevin Ellison.

Morecambe 2-1 Newport County

Two goals from Kevin Ellison earned Morecambe their second win of the season.

Melle Meulensteen

Brown expects PNE midfielder Melle to be big hit

Preston North End loanee Melle Meulensteen will be a big asset to Lancaster City according to boss Phil Brown.

Jim Bentley and his assistant Ken McKenna. Picture: B&O Press Photo

Bentley’s Shrimps have more in tank

Morecambe boss Jim Bentley believes his side are only playing at “75 or 80 per cent” ahead of hosting Newport County at the Globe Arena on Saturday.

Gavin Clark has captained Lancaster City in the absence of Ricky Mercer. Picture: Tony North

Lancaster City turn attentions to FA Cup clash with Droylsden

Lancaster City turn their attentions to FA Cup action after seeing their unbeaten start to the new season come to an end.

Non League
Garry Hunter in action during his Lancaster City days.

Garry Hunter takes over as new Slyne-with-Hest boss

Garry Hunter is the new manager of West Lancashire Premier Division side Slyne-with-Hest.

Lancaster City boss Phil Brown. Picture: Tony North

Ashton United 2-1 Lancaster City

Lancaster City’s unbeaten start to the new season ended with defeat at Ashton United on Tuesday night.

Non League
Morecambe Ladies celebrate against Bolton Wanderers LFC.

Bolton Wanderers LFC 1-4 Morecambe Ladies

Morecambe Ladies beat newly-promoted Bolton Wanderers LFC 4-1 at the home of Atherton Collieries on Sunday.

Goalscorer Kevin Ellison

Yeovil 2, Morecambe 2

Morecambe came from two goals down to pick up a battling point at a windswept Huish Park.
Jim Bentley looks on during the Shrimps defeat at Notts County Picture: B&O PRESS PHOTO

Boss Jim Bentley insists Morecambe will get things right

Morecambe boss Jim Bentley insists his new-look side will gel and has urged fans to be patient.

Charlie Bailey looks for an opening at Giant Axe on Saturday. Picture: Tony North

Lancaster City 2-0 Shaw Lane

The Dolly Blues maintained their unbeaten record thanks to two superb goals from Craig Carney and Hannu Tam.

Non League
Jim Bentley salutes the Morecambe fans at the final whistle. Picture: B&O PRESS PHOTO

Morecambe boss Jim Bentley takes positives from Notts County defeat

Morecambe boss Jim Bentley said he will take the positives from his side's 2-0 defeat at Notts County on Saturday.

Adam McGurk battles with Nicky Hunt at Meadow Lane. Picture: B&O PRESS PHOTO

Notts County 2-0 Morecambe

Morecambe suffered their first away league defeat of the season with a goal in either half giving Kevin Nolan’s side the three points.

Melle Meulensteen

PNE's Meulensteen joins Lancaster

Preston North End's young midfielder Melle Meulensteen has joined Lancaster City on loan until January.
Vadaine Oliver is sent off against Accrington by referee Peter Bankes. Photo: Derick Thomas/Clean Sheet Media

Jim thinks Shrimps are due change of luck

Morecambe boss Jim Bentley hopes his side’s luck turns soon after more controversial refereeing decisions went against his team.

Load more