The curtain came down on Vale of Lune’s North One West season at Round Ash Park with a disappointing defeat for the visitors who failed to reach one of their season’s targets, a top four finish.
Carnforth ended their Raging Bull North West Leagues Division Four North campaign with a 41-34 victory at home to relegated Burnley 3 on Saturday.
Carnforth secured a second successive league title with a thumping 77-0 win at Bolton 3rds on Saturday.
Heysham Atoms never recovered from a poor start as they went down at St Helens side Thatto Heath on Saturday.
On St George’s Day and the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare the Vale of Lune produced drama at Winters Park just as the curtain was about to come down.
Carnforth secured promotion to the Raging Bull North West League Division Three on Saturday with a 59-24 win away at Upper Eden 2nds.
Vale of Lune ran in seven tries and collected a bonus point on Saturday as they beat Carlisle and moved up to fifth place in North One West.
Heysham Atoms’ first home game of the season brought them a victory and two valuable competition points at home to Halton Simms Cross.
Vale of Lune suffered a one point defeat at Widnes on Saturday as a serious injury to the host’s stand off Josh Kenyon in stoppage time saw the game delayed by 33 minutes.
League leaders Carnforth travelled the short distance to Blackburn at the weekend and were 32-10 winners.
Edwards, the most decorated player in rugby league history, will be guest of honour at the dinner.
Vale of Lune’s try bonus point victory hauled them deservedly into fourth place in North One West as they completed the double over Rochdale.
Heysham Atoms ‘A’ team got their first outing of the summer season away in Wigan against a strong Ince Rose Bridge outfit but were beaten 33-18.
Carnforth booked their place in the final of the Brooke Edgley Specialiast Technical Services Shield on Saturday with a 19-14 win at home to Anselmians 2nds.