A break in fixtures for the Vale of Lune’s senior sides provides time for some reflection on how the season has progressed so far.
Heysham Atoms failed in their attempt to get to the Premier League play-off final after putting up a gallant effort against the strongly-fancied Thatto Heath Crusaders from St Helens.
Carnforth scored a stunning century of points as they hammered Rochdale 3rds at Kellet Road on Saturday.
A late Vale of Lune charge couldn’t prevent Birkenhead Park hanging onto their 100 per cent record on Saturday.
The Vale of Lune’s director of rugby has stepped down.
The Heysham Atoms strolled into the North West Men’s Premier League’s end of season play-offs with an outstanding 36-24 victory at the home of the leaders, Haydock Warriors.
Carnforth claimed an away victory over Oldham 2nds on Saturday, winning 38-18 in their Raging Bull North West Leagues – Division Three North clash.
Vale of Lune registered their first victory of the North One West season with a narrow 23-20 win over Altrincham Kersal.
Heysham Atoms maintained their pursuit of a top four play-off place with their sixth victory on the bounce against the in-form West Bank side from Widnes, beating them 52-8.
Carnforth beat Tarleton 2nds 36-13 on Saturday in a home fixture that was their biggest test yet since joining Division Three of the Raging Bull North West League.
Vale of Lune’s melancholy September ended in their fourth consecutive North One West defeat against fellow strugglers Eccles, at Gorton Street.