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Stockport 2nds 10-12 Vale of Lune 2nds

Only one of Vale of Lune’s senior sides were in action at the weekend with the second team winning an important fixture at Bramhall to haul them clear of the relegation zone.

Dave Chisnall was beaten by Jelle Klaasen. Picture: Lawrence Lustig.

Chisnall beaten by Klaasen in Betway Premier League

Dutch ace Jelle Klaasen picked up his first victory of the Betway Premier League on Thursday night at The Brighton Centre with a fine display to defeat Dave Chisnall 7-3, averaging almost 99, hitting four 180s and finishing seven doubles from 15 attempts.

Phil Goymer, Trimpell Bulldogs.

Table Tennis: Bulldogs sink their teeth into University to go top of table

Trimpell Bulldogs sunk their teeth into Lancaster University B in the Lancaster and Morecambe Table Tennis League, winning 24-12 to go top.


Squash: Confidence boost for Vale’s second team

Vale 2 scored a confidence-boosting 4-1 victory over rugby club rivals Preston Grasshoppers 6 in Division Five North of the North West Counties Squash League.


Walsh enjoys home comforts ahead of long-awaited return

Shay Walsh has been enjoying some home comforts ahead of his long-awaited return to action.

Sally Stott.

Big games for Slyne’s Stott siblings

It’s been another big week for Slyne’s Stott rugby family.

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Captain Tom Curwen in action for Lancaster against Manchester.

Water Polo: Lancaster still in the hunt for another national title

Lancaster City are still in the hunt for another British Water Polo League title after an action-packed weekend at Salt Ayre Sports Centre.

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Morecambe FC manager Jim Bentley and assistant manager Ken McKenna.

How Morecambe FC’s ‘band of brothers’ win against all odds

MIKE WHALLEY and TERRY AINSWORTH spent the day with the Morecambe footballers – “a band of brothers” united and winning matches despite the club’s ongoing battles off the field

Mathew Short sprints down the wing.

Preston Grasshoppers 4ths 17-67 Carnforth

Carnforth recorded an emphatic 67-17 win away at Preston Grasshoppers 4ths on Saturday to take back up to second place in the Raging Bull North West Leagues – Division Three North.

Tom Cvijanovic scores for the Vale.

Vale of Lune 26-5 Blackburn

There was nothing fortunate about Vale’s first double of the season as got back to winning ways against Blackburn on Saturday.

Mark Dixon

Morecambe FC statement: Mark Dixon has resigned as general manager

Morecambe Football Club have announced that Mark Dixon has resigned as general manager and director with immediate effect.

Globe Arena, Morecambe.

Morecambe FC ownership wrangle in court

A hearing is due to take place in Manchester today regarding the ownership of Morecambe FC.

Dave Chisnall. Picture: Lawrence Lustig.

Chisnall claims first win of season in Betway Premier League

Dave Chisnall picked up his first victory of the Betway Premier League season with a 7-4 defeat over Kim Huybrechts at Leeds’ First Direct Arena on Thursday.

Lancaster Hockey Club's second team.

Hockey: Impressive run contiinues as Lancaster beat Formby

Lancaster travelled to Formby high in confidence after a recent spell of good results in the league, and they came away with a 1-0 victory.

Lancaster and Morecambe Hockey Club.

Hockey: Savage stars as men’s side finish Formby

Lancaster and Morecambe Hockey Club Mens 2s beat Formby 3s 1-0 at the weekend.

The Morecambe B team of Bradley Wilkinson, Matthew Westworth and Toby Ellis.

Table Tennis: Morecambe B’s hopes of avoiding relegation given boost

Morecambe B claimed a vital victory in their fight to avoid relegation over Trimpell City in the Lancaster and Morecambe Table Tennis League last week.

Mathew Short.

Carnforth 81-12 Thornton 2nds

Following a two week lay-off, Carnforth got back to winning ways with a convincing 81-12 victory over a gallant Thornton 2nds side.

Vale captain Dan Baines in action.

Wilmslow 30-9 Vale of Lune

Both Vale of Lune and Wilmslow had a point to prove on Saturday after surprisingly losing the previous week to clubs below them in the pecking order of North One West, and at the final whistle it was the hosts who were victorious at The Memorial Ground.

John McGuinness celebrates his first TT Zero win back in 2014. Picture: Stephen Davison.

McGuinness signs up for sixth year Team Mugen

John McGuinness will look to regain his TT Zero crown on the Isle of Man this year after signing up for a sixth year with Team Mugen.

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Squash: Vale seconds beaten by Grasshoppers

Vale 2 lost 3-2 to close rivals Preston Grasshoppers 5 in Division Five North of the North West Counties Squash League, but not before some sterling performances brought them within a few points of victory.

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