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Dyche praises players' mentality in away draw at Hull

Clarets boss Sean Dyche was pleased with his players' mentality after they came from behind to claim only a second away point of the season at Hull City.

Hull City 1, Burnley 1

Burnley continued their fine Premier League form at the KCOM Stadium with a 1-1 draw against Hull City.
Robbie Brady challenges for the ball

Burnley fans react to Hull City draw

Burnley fans took to social media following the draw at the KCOM Stadium.
Michael Keane celebrates his equaliser

As it happened: Hull City 1, Burnley 1

Michael Keane rescued a point for the Clarets at the KCOM Stadium after Tom Huddlestone had given the hosts the lead from the spot.
Joey Barton and Matt Rhead speak to the referee

Barton incidents 'pantomime stuff' - Dyche

Clarets boss Sean Dyche felt the controversy surrounding Joey Barton last weekend was "pantomime stuff."

Abel Hernandez

Hull City striker Hernandez given injury all-clear ahead of Clarets visit to the KCOM

Hull striker Abel Hernandez is back in contention for his side's home game against Burnley following a hamstring injury.

Burnley v Sunderland

Premier League Cup tie against Black Cat switched to Edgeley Park

The Clarets' final group game in the Premier League Cup has been moved to Stockport County's Edgeley Park.


Dyche relishing Clarets run of four straight away games

Sean Dyche is relishing Burnley's run of four successive away games - despite the fact they are yet to win on their travels all season.

Burnley's George Boyd shoots despite the attentions of Hull City's Tom Huddlestone

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Boyd out to seal survival

Clarets winger George Boyd believes that Premier League survival could be sewn up in the forthcoming sequence of away fixtures.

Sean Dyche

Dyche happy with routine

Turf Moor has been the 'plaice' to be for Burnley in terms of gathering Premier League points.

Kurt Willoughby scored twice in the 4-3 win at Ramsbottom United on Tuesday night

Boss Haworth hoping Blues end season with a big bang

Blues boss Simon Haworth is praying that his players get the finale that they deserve this season.

James Tarkowski

Tarkowski: Focus on staying up after Cup disappointment

James Tarkowski was reluctant to entertain suggestions that Burnley were set to take on the most crucial part of their season in the Premier League.

Clitheroe Golf Clubs newly elected officials for 2017 are pictured (from left) John Holt (Captain-Elect), Les Bury (President), Janette Ranson (Lady Captain), Peter Hargreaves (Captain) and Gail Clifford (Lady Captain-Elect).

Hargreaves is elected captain at Clitheroe GC

Over 100 members attended the Annual General Meeting of Clitheroe Golf Club last week, when Peter Hargreaves was elected Club Captain for 2017.

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Gudmundsson a doubt for Hull trip with knee injury

Burnley are expected to be without midfielders Johann Berg Gudmundsson and Steven Defour at Hull City on Saturday.

Action from Saturdays defeat to Hawcoat Park

Promising second half not enough

A promising second half wasn’t enough as Clitheroe seconds were beaten 41-29 at Litlemoor by Hawcoat Park under perfect conditions, thanks to head groundsman Phil Isherwood.

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Mark Heffron (right) with his manager Kevin Maree

Heffron signs knockout TV deal

Hard-hitting super-middleweight Mark Heffron has been given the platform to get his career off the ground after signing a knockout three-year deal with Frank Warren’s Queensbury Promotions.

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Brady geared up for return to Hull

Record signing Robbie Brady has many happy memories from his time at Hull City but admitted that sentiment will be parked to one side on his return.

Priestley and Payton run Blackpool ragged

Priestley and Payton run Blackpool ragged

The young strike duo of Georgia Payton and Evie Priestley netted four goals to give the Lady Clarets a welcome win against third place Blackpool Ladies and lift hopes for a top three league finish.

Tom Heaton

Win a signed pair of gloves from Clarets skipper Heaton

Clarets skipper Tom Heaton will be at MC Sports in Skipton on Tuesday for pictures and autographs from 2-30 p.m.

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