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Scarborough Athletic 1-3 Lancaster City

A scintillating first-half display from the Dolly Blues had this match won by half-time against 10-man Scarborough Athletic.

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Jim Bentley.

Bentley’s pride as players and fans rally together

Jim Bentley has spoken of his pride in managing Morecambe after the response from players and supporters to the recent problems at the Globe Arena.

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Slyne's Tom Entwisle.

Slyne go down in first game of year as Garstang bounce back

Slyne-with-Hest lost their first game of 2017 on Saturday.

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Kevin Ellison sends over a cross at Brunton Park.

Bentley’s frustration as Shrimps are denied penalty at Carlisle

Morecambe boss Jim Bentley said his side were hurt by another refereeing decision that denied them three points at Carlisle on Saturday.

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Morecambe picked up a fine point at Carlisle.

Carlisle Utd 1-1 Morecambe

Ten-man Morecambe earned an excellent point with a brave display against League 2 title-chasers Carlisle.

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Wray 1951: The date on the football says simply 1951 so I can only guess if it was 1950-51 or 1951-52 when Wray were champions of division three of the North Lancs League. Only three names are known, the Titterington brothers from Caton: back row, third from the left is Cecil Titterington. Front row third from left is Alan Titterington and third from the right is twin brother Lionel Titterington.

Lancaster nostalgia: Holroyd brothers

Local historian Terry Ainsworth takes a looks back at the triumph for Wray Football Club.

Nostalgia
Aaron Wildig believes all the attention is on Carlisle United

Wildig: Underdog status suits Shrimps fine

Morecambe midfielder Aaron Wildig believes all the pressure is on Carlisle United when the Shrimps travel to Brunton Park tomorrow.

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Phil Brown and his assistant Dave McCann. Picture: Tony North

Lancaster boss: Goole draw perfect prep for Scarborough

Lancaster City boss Phil Brown believes his side’s draw at Goole is the perfect preparation for Saturday’s trip to Scarborough Athletic.

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Glenn Steel in action for Lancaster City against Bamber Bridge. Picture: Stefan Willoughby

Lancaster City Steel themselves for title charge

Lancaster City boss Phil Brown has urged his side to cement top spot.

Non League
Aaron Wildig, second from right, joins the celebrations for Lee Molyneux's opening goal against Notts County.

Morecambe midfielder Wildig bids to kick on

Morecambe midfielder Aaron Wildig hopes he can put a run of games together to coincide with the club pulling away from League Two’s strugglers.

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Daniel Sutcliff from Garstang is currently working as a youth soccer coach in Australia with Magic United TFA.

Coach takes to the skies in memory of Adam

A soccer coach from Garstang currently working in Australia is planning a sponsored sky-dive down under to raise funds for a Lancashire-based charity set up following the death a friend.

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Luke Jordan in action on his Morecambe debut.

Morecambe boss Bentley backs Jordan to make the step up

Morecambe boss Jim Bentley has backed Luke Jordan to become club’s latest success story on the wing.

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Carnforth Rangers got back to winning ways.

North Lancs: Carnforth back to winning ways after victory over College

Carnforth Rangers got back to winning ways in the Baines Bagguley Penhale North Lancashire Football League Premier Division on Saturday after a disappointing season so far.

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Garstang captain Gary Fawcett.

Slyne made to wait for first game of year as Garstang’s run ends

Slyne-with-Hest were made to wait for their first game of 2017 as their match with Longridge Town on Saturday was postponed.

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Jordan Connerton got Lancaster City's goal at Goole. Picture: Tony North

Goole 1-1 Lancaster City

Top of the table Lancaster City missed an opportunity to put further daylight between themselves and the chasing pack as they were held at struggling Goole.

Non League
Storeys 1975-76.

Lancaster nostalgia: referee’s swift action saved player’s life

Historian Terry Ainsworth looks back on the life of referee Norman “Butch” Palmer.

Nostalgia
Oliver Crolla takes on former Lancaster City man Glenn Steel during Monday's derby. Picture: Tony North

Boss Brown pleased with Lancaster’s squad game

Phil Brown says the strength in depth of his squad will be key to keeping his Lancaster City side top of the table.

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Jim Bentley (photo: Matt Rushton)

Shrimps boss will state his case

Morecambe boss Jim Bentley is ready to take whatever punishment the FA give him – provided he can have his say first.

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Match-winner Louis Mayers wins a header. Picture: Tony North

Lancaster City 3-2 Bamber Bridge

Lancaster City remained top of the league as they came from behind to beat Bamber Bridge to start 2017 in thrilling fashion.

Non League
Paul Mullin scores late on for Morecambe.

Hartlepool 3-2 Morecambe

Morecambe suffered a defeat at fellow strugglers Hartlepool to end 2016 in the worst possible way.

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