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Young Clarets winger Ginnelly joins Lincoln City on season-long loan

Clarets winger Josh Ginnelly has rejoined League Two new-boys Lincoln City on a season-long loan.

Charlie Taylor

Clarets set to land Leeds United full back Charlie Taylor

Burnley are set to make Leeds United left back Charlie Taylor their first summer capture.
George Boyd

Clarets midfielder George Boyd nears Turf exit

Burnley midfielder George Boyd is set to leave Turf Moor when his contract expires on Friday.

Steven Defour

Defour set to stay put at Turf?

Clarets midfielder Steven Defour’s chances of leaving Turf Moor have diminished.

Burnley's David Jones battles with Brighton''s Dale Stephens

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Dyche realistic over finances

Sean Dyche accepts he will have to continue to pull rabbits out of a hat to keep Burnley in the Premier League.

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Ribble Valley Netball Clubs Under 12s, who won the Greater Manchester County Junior Netball League

Ribble Valley netballers celebrate successful year

Nearly 300 players, parents and officials gathered at AccringtonTown Hall for Ribble Valley Netball Club annual presentation night.

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Luke Hendrie

Clarets youngster Luke Hendrie raring to go after successful loan

Young Clarets right back Luke Hendrie hopes his experience on loan in the SPL will only be of benefit.

Tommi Meadows

Another early retirement for Tommi

Tommi Meadows suffered another early retirement on the DMACK Carlisle Stages, in the treacherous Kielder Forest Complex.

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Matthew Hollingsworth

Triathlete Matthew is a weekend warrior

At the 2017 Blenhiem Palace Bloodwise triathlon, Matthew Hollingsworth took part as one of the weekend warriors.

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Sean Dyche

Development as important as the window – Burnley boss Sean Dyche

While the transfer window is of great importance to Clarets boss Sean Dyche, developing his current group of players is just as vital.

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The key to success may lie in the strength of Read’s batting order says club captain

Andrew Rushton believes the strength of Read’s batting order could be key to the club’s success this season.

Charlie Taylor

Burnley hope to ward off WBA for Leeds United left back

Burnley are hoping to ward off opposition from Premier League rivals West Brom to land Leeds United left back Charlie Taylor.

Burnley's Tom Heaton in action during todays match  

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Clarets’ DNA will remain intact – Tom

Clarets skipper Tom Heaton believes the team’s DNA is more important than individual players.

Sean Dyche

Dyche set to stay as Palace look to appoint De Boer

Sean Dyche is set to stay at Turf Moor, after Crystal Palace offered Frank De Boer the manager's job at Selhurst Park.

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Andre Gray

Everton set to firm up Andre Gray interest

Everton are set to firm up their interest in Burnley striker Andre Gray.
Joey Barton

FA end sponsorship deals with betting companies after Barton ban

The FA will bring to a close all sponsorship deals with betting firms after a three-month review - two months after former Clarets midfielder Joey Barton was banned for 18 months for betting offences.
Whalley batsman Richard Lamb scoring runs against Earby

Whalley adapting to the dizzy heights in both league and cup

Here’s hoping that the squad at Station Road don’t suffer from vertigo because Whalley are riding high in a number of competitions at present.

Youngsters at Balderstone Primary School battle it out on the  netball court during their sports and fitness week.

Fitness and fun are life lessons for sporty Balderstone students

A school staged a fun packed week in a drive to raise the profile of sport and the importance of keeping fit and active.

Michael Duff has retired from playing football after a career spanning 20 years. Photo: Kelvin Stuttard

New training centre set-up aspirational – Duff

Clarets coach Michael Duff is adamant the academy’s revolutionary structure is giving the younger generation the appetite to succeed at Turf Moor.

Luke Blackledge v Ishmael Tetteh, Commonwealth (British Empire) super middleweight title, Macron Stadium, Bolton, 13th May 2016

Luke upbeat despite points defeat

Luke Blackledge is remaining upbeat despite losing for the fourth time of his professional career.

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