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Lancaster’s McTominay makes first Manchester United start

Lancaster’s Scott McTominay admitted it was an “unbelievable feeling” to be handed his first Manchester United start on Sunday.

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Dave Chisnall hit his seventh perfect PDC leg in Milton Keynes.

Chisnall hits seventh perfect nine-dart leg

Morecambe darts ace Dave Chisnall hit a perfect nine-dart finish on Sunday.

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Vale chairman Paul Maclaren-Dorrington. Picture: Tony North

Chairman thinks future is bright for the Vale of Lune

The Vale of Lune is in the strongest position on and off the field that it’s been for several years, according to chairman Paul Maclaren-Dorrington.

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Billy Livingstone.

Hindley 22-12 Heysham Atoms

The Heysham Atoms’ struggles continued with defeat at Hindley on Saturday.

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Michael Twiss, Wayne Curtis, Jim Bentley and Craig Stanley at the Wembley reunion.

Morecambe fans and players relive Wembley triumph 10 years on

Morecambe fans relived the club’s greatest day on the 10th anniversary of the Shrimps’ promotion to the Football League at Wembley.

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Ryan Winder. Picture: Tony North

Title-winning trio staying with Lancaster City

Three of Lancaster City’s title-winning side have committed themselves to the club for next season.

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Danny  Carlton fires home Morecambe's winner at Wembley.

Ten years on: Our report from Morecambe’s Wembley win

Ten years on from Morecambe sealing promotion to the Football League at Wembley, we’re re-running Derek Quinn’s report from the 2-1 win over Exeter.

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Morecambe boss Jim Bentley.

Morecambe confirm first two friendlies

Morecambe have confirmed their first two pre-season friendlies.

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From left Neil Wakeman, Jamie Wakeman, Hayley Wakeman, from Lancaster, and Karl Wakeman will be taking part in the Edinburgh marathon.

Lancaster mum to take on Edinburgh marathon

A mum-of-three will take on the Edinburgh marathon after being inspired by her husband’s daily battle with rheumatoid arthritis.

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Action from the 2016  Screentek North West Youth & Junior Womens Tour held in Lancaster and Morecambe.

Cycling event returns to district

A national cycling event attracting more than 350 riders will return to Lancaster and Morecambe this spring bank holiday.

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Morecambe Juniors 1955-56: back row from left, Ted Sutton, Mal Firth, Alex Smith, John Gregson, Les Entwhistle and Maurice Vickers. Front row from left, Rod Higham, Billy Baron, Stuart Oxley, Norman Wilson, John Morrell and Alan Palmer.

Legendary match reports from one of Morecambe’s leading Shrimps journalists

Historian Terry Ainsworth looks back on the late John Morrell, a former journalist at the Visitor whose match reports were described as “legendary.”

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Peter Murphy celebrates after scoring for the Shrimps at Doncaster.

Captain Murphy retires as Morecambe announce retained list

Morecambe captain Peter Murphy has announced his retirement aged just 27.

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Sam Bailey during his previous spell at Lancaster City. Picture: Tony North

Lancaster City boss targets more goals from midfield after double deal

Lancaster City boss Phil Brown is confident his side will have more of an attacking threat from midfield after securing his first two signings of the summer.

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Shay Walsh goes on the offensive against Aaron Blackwell.

Shay Walsh ready to regain his BAMMA title after victory over Aaron Blackwell

Shay Walsh will get the chance to regain his BAMMA bantamweight title after his latest victory.

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Lancaster City boss Phil Brown welcomes Sam Bailey back to the Dolly Blues.

Lancaster City make first two summer signings

Lancaster City boss Phil Brown has completed his first two signings of the summer.

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Diego Lemos.

Morecambe FC ownership saga looks settled at last

The Morecambe Football Club ownership saga appears to be finally at an end.

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Sam Wallbank.

Vale finish in fifth despite poor start

Vale of Lune’s first team engineered a remarkable recovery after a dire start to their North One West season to finish in fifth place in the league, the same position they had achieved the previous season.

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John McGuinness during Superbike practice at this year's North West 200.
 Picture: Stephen Davison/Pacemaker Press

John McGuinness faces ‘long road to recovery’ after crash

John McGuinness admits he faces a long road back after his serious crash at the North West 200.

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Isaac Lowe.

Lowe off Bolton show as attention turns to bigger challenges

Isaac Lowe will not be fighting in Bolton this Friday night.

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Lancaster City and Workington, pictured during a pre-season meeting at Giant Axe last season, will do battle in the Evo-Stik Premier Division.

Lancaster City learn who they’ll face in Premier Division after title win

Lancaster City’s opponents in the Evo-Stik Premier Division next season have been all but confirmed.

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