Is it just me, or was anybody else considerably underwhelmed and uninspired by Stuart Pearce’s latest selection for the England Under 21 squad?
Burnley midfielder Chris McCann is set to leave Turf Moor this summer after the club handed the Irish midfielder a free transfer.
New signing Tom Heaton is delighted to be back “home” after completing a switch to Turf Moor on Friday.
Charlie Austin marked his return to action following January’s absence with a goal in the opening 60 seconds at London Road.
Burnley are bracing themselves for a bid for player of the year Charlie Austin.
After 44 years at Clitheroe Football Club, stalwart Colin Wilson is to be presented with a long service award from the County Association in June.
Blues boss Paul Moore commended his squad’s achievements following a record-breaking campaign.
Despite a record-breaking season, Clitheroe’s goalless draw against New Mills at Shawbridge on Saturday put pay to their play-off aspirations for another year.
Despite a phenomenal season, Clitheroe look set to miss out on a top five finish in the First Division North.
Padiham put down an important marker in the NWC Premier Division promotion push when they beat title rivals Maine Road 1-0 at their Brantingham Road Ground.
January would ultimately be Burnley’s most impressive month of the season - all without their talisman Charlie Austin.
Burnley’s first goal against arch rivals Blackburn Rovers at Turf Moor since Peter Noble scored on Boxing Day 1978 earned a deserved point as December started with the East Lancashire derby.
Sean Dyche started his Turf Moor reign with two wins and two clean sheets at home to Wolves and Leeds United.
Burnley have today completed the signing of Bristol City keeper Tom Heaton on a two year deal with an option of an extra twelve months.
Striker Martin Paterson held talks with the club over his Turf Moor future last night.
Rimington Reserves secured the Norman Pratt Craven League Trophy for the third successive season after a thrilling 4-2 final win against Earby Town Reserves on Friday night at Settle.
Readstone United Under 10s Blues finished the season in style with three victories to end up mid-table.
Grindleton Reserves added to the Ribble Valley’s trophy-laden season as they landed the Craven and District Football League Third Division Cup following an exciting final at Cowling against Sutton.
On the back of their West Riding County FA Challenge Cup victory, Rimington sealed a sixth-successive East Lancashire League title over the week.
Clitheroe Royal Grammar School have won the English Small Schools’ Trophy for the first time in their history.
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