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Kirkby Lonsdale got the better of the Vale of Lune on Saturday.

Kirkby Lonsdale 39-26 Vale of Lune

The league season drew to a close for both clubs at a festive Underley Park with the hosts’ victory cementing a home fixture against Sheffield on Saturday in a play-off for a place in National League Three North.

Jamie Cottle.

Heysham Atoms 30-10 Wigan St Cuthberts

The Heysham Atoms progressed to the quarter-finals of the North West Men’s League Challenge Cup with a fine victory against St Cuthberts of Wigan.

Rugby Union.

Kirkby Lonsdale 36-12 Carlisle

Kirkby Lonsdale earned an emphatic bonus point win against Carlisle to secure their place as league runners-up.

Matty Short comes under pressure from the Ashton Bears defence. Picture: Lauren Helme

Heysham Atoms 46-20 Ashton Bears

The Atoms secured their first ever win in the North West Men’s Premier League against Ashton Bears at the Trimpell Ground.

Ian Bird breaks free to score for the Vale of Lune against Warrington on Saturday. Picture: Tony North

Vale of Lune 34-14 Warrington

Vale of Lune finished their home North One West campaign on a high with a win over Warrington in their final Powderhouse Lane clash of the season.

Vale of Lune head coach Fergus Owens. Picture: Tony North

Vale set for final home game of season

Vale of Lune’s first team returns to North One West action on Saturday with their final home game of the season against Warrington.

Dan Blenkharn led Carnforth to the league and shield double on Saturday.

Carnforth 50-16 Vale of Lune 4s

Carnforth rattled their way to victory at Kellet Road against the Vale of Lune to not only lift the Andrew Crowe Memorial Shield but also ensure they gained promotion from Division Five North as champions.


Kirkby Lonsdale 14-0 Kendal

Kirkby Lonsdale picked up a famous derby win over Kendal in front of a bumper Underley Park crowd on Saturday.

Paul McLaren-Dorrington got the Vale of Lunes opening try at Widnes.

Widnes 22-22 Vale of Lune

Vale of Lune drew their first league game off the season to end the month of March with a mixed bag of results.

Fergus Owens dives to score for the Vale against Broughton Park.

Vale of Lune 31-14 Broughton Park

Conditions were ideal at Powderhouse Lane on an early spring day and in front of a large crowd the hosts made all the early running.

  • 6°C to 14°C Sunny
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