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The Heysham Atoms' Matty Short.

Rylands Sharks 22-36 Heysham Atoms

A fine all-round performance saw the Heysham Atoms pick up their first away win in the North West Men’s Premier League.

Vale of Lune chairman Paul McLaren-Dorrington in action on the field.

Praise for volunteers at Vale of Lune AGM

Volunteers came in for special praise at the Vale of Lune Rugby Club’s annual meeting.

Billy Livingstone scored the Heysham Atoms' first try against Clock Face Miners. Picture: Lauren Helme

Clock Face Miners 38-12 Heysham Atoms

Heysham Atoms found it difficult to reproduce the form of last Saturday as they were beaten away to league leaders Clock Face Miners from St Helens.

Dan Helme crashes over to score for the Heysham Atoms against Hindley. Picture: Tony North

Heysham Atoms 48-24 Hindley

The Heysham Atoms’ impressive home form continued against Hindley from Wigan who this time last year were plying their trade in the National Conference Leagues.

Paul McLaren-Dorrington was named of the first team Player of the Year.

Vale celebrate season at end of year awards

A theme that was echoed by coaches, team managers and captains throughout the Vale of Lune’s annual players awards evening was the spirit of unity that was now flowing through the club at all levels which had increased as the season unfolded.

Dan Rainford.

Vale’s seconds lose out in cup final

Vale of Lune second team’s dream of lifting the BEST Cup ended at Bradwall Road when their gallant display ended in a 27-8 defeat to Preston Grasshoppers.

Dan Helme.

Trimpell plays host to action-packed day of rugby league

The Heysham Atoms development squad entertained both Accrington Panthers and Southport Storm at the Trimpell in a three way feast of rugby league on Saturday.

Dan Rainford in action for Vale A.

Vale seconds set for cup final

Vale of Lune seconds travel to Sandbach Rugby Club to take on Preston Grasshoppers 2 in the final of the Best Edgley Technical Services Cup on Saturday.

The under 15 girls team at the Vale of Lune.

New women’s touch rugby sessions as sport grows in Lancaster and Morecambe

Vale of Lune RUFC are set to expand their women’s section by offering new touch rugby sessions for ladies only.

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