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Chappy so happy to be Red Rose head coach

Glen Chapple believes it is the perfect moment for him to become the new head coach of Lancashire.

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The Morecambe Bay Storm in action against the Walney Terriers.

Bay American football team have league status confirmed

The district’s new American football team will enter an official league structure later this year.

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Vale captain Dan Baines in action.

Altrincham Kersal 18-18 Vale of Lune

Vale of Lune drew their first North One West fixture since the honours were shared at Widnes in March 2015 in a game that ended twenty two all.

Dave and Michaela Chisnall with their wedding cake, made by Hilary's Cakes and Bakes.

Darts ace Dave Chisnall gets married after wedding ring blip

Darts star Dave ‘Chizzy’ Chisnall hit the bullseye by marrying his beautiful bride despite a mishap with the rings.

Dan Blenkham.

Carnforth 50-26 Oldham 2nds

Saturday saw the first game of 2017 at Kellet Road, and Carnforth came away with a 50-26 win over Oldham 2nds.

Jim Bentley applauding the fans after a recent game. Photo by Mike Williamson.

Morecambe FC manager’s ‘pie and pint’ thank you to fans

The Morecambe FC manager will repay fans for covering his £1,000 disciplinary fine by giving them a free pie and a pint.

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Neil Marshall with his wife Kim, son Max and daughter Daisy at Kim's brother Ryan's wedding in August.

£10k already raised to help Lancaster City star’s family

More than £10,000 has already been raised as part of a bid to support the family of former Lancaster City captain Neil Marshall.

Toby Ellis.

Table Tennis: Raptors extend advantage at top of table

The second half of the Lancaster and Morecambe Table Tennis League season got off to an early start in 2017 with the Trimpell Raptors extending their lead at the top of the Premier Division.


Squash: Vale to resume title challenge

Vale 1 will resume their challenge for promotion from Division four North of the North West Counties Squash League in the first match of the new year.

Morecambe Bay Storm.

American football: Storm to hold try-outs ahead of exciting year

The Morecambe Bay Storm are holding open day try-outs at Salt Ayre Sports Centre.

Mark Swindlehurst surprises Jim Bentley with money collected by Morecambe FC fans to pay his disciplinary fine. 

Picture still taken from Morecambe Football Club video.

VIDEO: Watch Morecambe manager’s emotional reaction as fans pay his fine

A video clip of the Morecambe FC manager being moved to tears by a grand gesture from football fans has gone viral.

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Ben Dorrington passes the ball to the winger.

Vale of Lune 38-12 Eccles

Vale of Lune got their new year off to a winning start on Saturday, beating Eccles in a game that was affected by the fog in the second half.

Jack Edmondson.

Tarleton 2nds 28-12 Carnforth

An injury-hit Carnforth side were beaten 28-12 away at Tarleton 2nds at the weekend in their Raging Bull North West Leagues Division Three North clash.

Josh Thompson of Carnforth Otters.

Swimming: Thompson impresses at Winter National Championships in Sheffield

The short course season was brought to a tremendous end in Sheffield as the many of the country’s top swimmers went into battle at the Winter National Championships.

The Globe Arena.

Morecambe FC: ‘Diego Lemos was owner of PMG Leisure at time of administration’

Morecambe Football Club has today said that a company in charge of the Globe Arena all-weather pitches entered administration under the ownership of club owner Diego Lemos.

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Team GB rower Scott Durant at the Lancaster Christmas Light switch-on last month.

Olympic rower among our New Year Honours list

Former Lancaster Royal Grammar School pupil and Olympic gold medallist Scott Durant is among Lancastrians to be awarded in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list.

Neil Marshall.

Football legends give support to Lancaster City star’s family

Lancaster City’s former assistant manager Trevor Sinclair will join a host of footballing legends at a special event organised to raise money in memory of Neil Marshall.

Dave Chisnall had chances against Gary Anderson. Picture: Lawrence Lustig/PDC

Chisnall reflects on first World Championship quarter-final

Dave Chisnall reflected on what might have been after reaching a first William Hill World Darts Championship quarter-final.

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Dave Chisnall rues a missed opportunity against Gary Anderson.

Chisnall loses out to Anderson in last eight thriller

Dave Chisnall exited the William Hill World Darts Championship at the quarter-final stage after losing a thriller to Gary Anderson.

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Ron Farrington, senior pastor at Longton Community Church

New Year’s Honours for red rose greats

A host of Lancashire’s leading lights have been recognised in the New Year’s Honour’s List.

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