Vale of Lune coach Fergus Owens is determined his side will keep playing attacking rugby.
The Heysham Atoms will look for a measure of revenge this weekend in the North West Men’s League Division One play-off final.
Kirkby Lonsdale edged out Warrington in a thrilling North One West encounter at Underley Park on Saturday.
Vale A posted back-to-back wins in the Bateman BMW Premier League with a home victory against Stockport 2nds, 27-21.
Vale of Lune’s new era continued to show plenty of promise in defeat at Wilmslow on Saturday.
Vale of Lune coach Fergus Owens is looking forward to putting out his strongest side of the season at Wilmslow on Saturday.
Heysham Atoms’ club secretary admits some of the gloss has been taken off their historic promotion.
Vale’s second string won their first league game of the season with a stylish display in a 47-7 win at Birkenhead Park seconds.
Vale of Lune’s new regime tasted defeat for the first time at the hands of last year’s North One West runners-up Birkenhead Park.
150 people attended the Ice Bucket Challenge at Kirkby Lonsdale Rugby Club on Sunday, September 14.
With so much at stake the sides could have been forgiven for going into their shells in this title decider but nothing could have been further from the truth.
Vale of Lune came from behind to edge out Eccles in an absorbing contest on Saturday and make it two wins from two in the North One West this season.
Heysham Atoms face the biggest game in their near 30-year history when they travel to St Helens side Bold Miners on Saturday.
In front of one of the largest crowds seen at The Lane in recent seasons for a league game, a new look Vale of Lune ran in six tries to collect a bonus point against local rivals Kirkby Lonsdale on the opening day of the new season.
Without a league game for the fifth time this season the Heysham Atoms were big winners at Premier Division side Folly Lane in a hard-fought friendly on Saturday.
The Heysham Atoms’ Under 18s travelled to Warrington for their penultimate game of the season with a stretched squad for the second week in a row.
Ever since incoming Director of Rugby, Phil Stott, announced at the club’s AGM that plans were in train to make the Vale of Lune a local club for local players there has been a palpably buzz about the place that increased in volume as the new season approached.