Vale of Lune’s head coach believes derby victory over top of the table Kendal on Saturday could catapult his side to great things this season.
Kirkby Lonsdale edged out Birkenhead Park in an entertaining encounter at Underley Park on Saturday.
Carnforth claimed a fine win at Blackpool on Saturday as they continued to adjust to life in the Raging Bull Division Five North.
The Heysham Atoms rounded off their memorable season with a presentation evening at the Trimpell Club.
Vale produced a most determined, heart-warming performance against the unbeaten league leaders, scoring five tries, the most conceded by Sedgley Park this season.
A few gallons of water have flowed under the proverbial bridge since these two clubs last faced each other in the 2010/11 season when the visitors were relegated from North One West.
A mini tornado swept through parts of Cumbria earlier in the week but conditions were perfect at Winters Park as the Vale of Lune and Penrith faced each other again in league rugby after a long absence.
Vale of Lune head coach Fergus Owens believes Saturday’s trip to Penrith will be just the start of a tough month for his side.
Heysham Atoms’ grand final appearance was the perfect way to end a memorable season according to their secretary.
Kirkby Lonsdale ran in six tries in an impressive win at Wigton in North One West on Saturday.
Heysham Atoms finished their historic season with defeat in the North West Men’s League Division One Grand Final against Bold Miners.
Vale A continued their winning sequence with an impressive 41-19 victory at Burnage.
Vale of Lune returned to winning ways and moved up to third in North One West with another four-try bonus point victory in their first ever league meeting with Bolton on Saturday.
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.