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Vale of Lune's Ben Dorrington.

Broughton Park 19-14 Vale

Last season the Vale of Lune recorded a rare league victory on Broughton Park soil, only their third in ten fixtures, but normal service was resumed at Hough End Crescent with the home side extending their unbeaten run in North One West to six games and moving to fifth place in the table, one above the Vale.

Hat-trick Sam Wallbank breaks clear to score.

Vale of Lune 81-12 Wigton

Wigton found themselves at the centre of a thirteen try tempest as the Vale recorded their highest points victory in North One West since the 2010/11 season.

Jack Edmondson sprints clear to score for Carnforth.

Carnforth 33-34 Vale B

Local interest was generated when the draw was made and the tie fully lived up to the pre-match speculation with the final outcome hanging in the balance.

Kirkby Lonsdale's Craig Galbraith.

Kirkby Lonsdale 35-7 Bolton

Kirkby Lonsdale’s fine North One West run continued with a 35-7 win over Bolton at Underley Park on Saturday.

Carnforth captain Dan Blenkharn.

Carnforth continue rise with Preston win

Carnforth moved up to fourth in the Raging Bull North West Division Five North with a hard-fought 47-15 win at Preston Grasshoppers 6ths on Saturday.

Rob Lamberton touches down for the Vale of Lune against Carlisle. Picture: Tony North

Vale of Lune 25-20 Carlisle

Both sides took home a bonus point as the Vale of Lune saw off Carlisle in an enthralling contest at Powderhouse Lane on Saturday.

Sam Wallbank and Ben Dorrington battle for the ball for the Vale of Lune at Kendal. Picture: Tony North

Vale coach targets strong end to 2014

Vale of Lune’s head coach believes their run of six games between now and the end of the calendar year will have a big say in how the season pans out.

Rugby Union.

Wilmslow 15-43 Kirkby Lonsdale

Kirkby Lonsdale moved up to third in North One West with a commanding six-try win at Wilmslow on Saturday.

Jamie Antcliffe.

Vale A 38-31 Sandbach 2nds

It was a frustrating overall performance from the Vale of Lune in what turned out to be an exciting contest at The Lane as the hosts held their nerve to post a victory that keeps them in the top half of the table.

Vale's Michael Barker is brought down by Kendal. Picture: Tony North

Kendal 39-19 Vale of Lune

Vale of Lune slipped to defeat in their big derby clash at Kendal on Saturday.

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