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Match report: Morecambe 1 Grimsby Town 0

Lee Molyneux’s early goal gave Morecambe a deserved three points at the Globe Arena and made it one defeat in 10 for Jim Bentley’s players.

Ian Billington (left) and Graham Smith outside Sunderland's Stadium of Light - No 7 on their list of 92 grounds

Charity goal for fans’ pilgrimage

Football fans Ian Billington and Graham Smith have set themselves an ambitious goal of visiting all 92 league grounds in just 92 hours.

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Michael Rose's goal salvaged a point for Morecambe in midweek

Bentley in rallying cry to Shrimps fans

Morecambe boss Jim Bentley is urging fans to continue backing his side to keep the ‘feelgood factor’ alive.

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Phil Brown and his assistant Dave McCann.

Boss believes Lancaster City have right stuff for title triumph

Boss Phil Brown is confident his Lancaster City side have got what it takes to win the title as they relish being top of the table.

Alex Colquhoun scores from the spot on Saturday.

West Lancs: Garstang finally see off Lostock in second half

Lee Baker’s Garstang were 4-2 winners at struggling Lostock St Gerards on Saturday.

Michael Rose. Picture: Matt Rushton

Newport County 1-1 Morecambe

A superb free-kick from Michael Rose earned Morecambe a battling point at bottom of the table Newport County.

Lancaster City boss Phil Brown and striker and Jordan Connerton.

Connerton can be the difference in title race for Lancaster City

Boss Phil Brown knows Jordan Connerton could be the difference between a league title or a near miss for Lancaster City this season.

Paul Mullin scores his first of the afternoon at Crawley.

Morecambe’s Mullin hailed ahead of trip to Newport

Morecambe boss Jim Bentley takes his players to Newport County tonight, looking to back up Saturday’s 3-1 win at Crawley Town.

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Alex Colquhoun scores from the spot for Garstang against Lostock St Gerards.

Late goal denies Slyne as Garstang eventually see off Lostock

A late goal condemned Slyne-with-Hest to a home defeat in the West Lancashire Premier Division on Saturday.

Jordan Connerton. Picture: Tony North

Lancaster City 2-0 Scarborough Athletic

A first-half brace from Jordan Connerton against play-off chasing Scarborough maintained the Dolly Blues’ nine-point lead atop the Evo-Stik Division One North.

Antony Evans in the thick of the action at Crawley. Picture: PW Sporting Photography

Bentley’s praise for much-changed Shrimps

Morecambe boss Jim Bentley was full of praise for his side after an excellent win at Crawley on Saturday.

Rhys Turner opens the scoring for Morecambe at Crawley. Picture: PW Sporting Photography

Crawley Town 1-3 Morecambe

Two goals from Paul Mullin inspired the Shrimps to a superb win at Crawley on Saturday.
Jordan Connerton challenges for the ball in the air against Mossley. Picture: Mike Smith

No points target for Lancaster City boss in title bid

Lancaster City boss Phil Brown says he doesn’t have a final points total in mind as his side look to win the Evo-Stik First Division North title.

Textile artist Michael Brennand-Wood with his work which appears at the exhibition. Picture by Darren Andrews.

Exhibition goes behind scenes of Lancaster factory

An exhibition revealing the hidden history of an award-winning Lancaster fabric printing factory opens in the city this March.

Alex Kenyon came off injured when Morecambe lost to Barnet on Tuesday

Shrimps’ squad tested to the limit

Jim Bentley takes his Morecambe side to Crawley Town tomorrow, admitting his squad will be pushed to the limit this month.

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Lancashire Girls Under 14s football team.

Lancashire make it through to national final for sixth year in a row

Three Lancaster schoolgirls helped Lancashire Under-14s to reach a sixth consecutive national cup final.

Simon Wills battles for the ball against Mossley.  Picture: Mike Smith

Boss hails Wills as Lancaster City’s unsung hero

Unsung hero Simon Wills is a key cog in the Lancaster City wheel according to boss Phil Brown.

Michael Rose battles for the ball against Barnet.

Bentley “sick and tired” of talking about referees

Morecambe boss Jim Bentley admitted he is fed up of talking about refereeing decisions after their defeat to Barnet on Tuesday evening.

Peter Murphy was sent off in the first half

Match report: Morecambe 0 Barnet 1

It might have been Valentine’s Day but there was precious little love in the air at the Globe Arena as Morecambe’s six-match unbeaten run came to an end.

North Lancashire Football League.

North Lancs: Leaders Ingleton make hard work in win over Marsh

The race for the title is hotting up in the Premier Division of the Baines Bagguley Penhale North Lancashire Football League.

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