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Accrington Panthers 36 Widnes Tigers 38

Lancashire Telegraph:

5:10pm Tuesday 24th March 2015

IT was a case of the one that got away for Accrington Panthers who produced some wonderful rugby in the first home game of the season but still let victory slip through their grasp.

Burn come alive in the Graveyard

Lancashire Telegraph:

5:04pm Tuesday 24th March 2015

BLACKBURN ran in half a century of points to keep their title hopes alive and well at The Graveyard.

Big shock as small table champion Cotterill tumbles out at the first hurdle

Lancashire Telegraph:

5:02pm Tuesday 24th March 2015

LAST season’s Foster’s Golden Cue Small Table champion Wayne Cotterill crashed out in the first round.

Champs Peel Park prove they’re the untouchables

Lancashire Telegraph:

5:00pm Tuesday 24th March 2015

PEEL Park will represent Hyndburn in the Lancashire School Games after they proved they were ‘untouchable’ in the borough tag rugby competition.

Cliviger cling on to title after Saints showdown

Lancashire Telegraph:

4:58pm Tuesday 24th March 2015

HISTORY repeated itself in the final of the Burnley Primary Schools tag rugby festival with Cliviger St John’s and St Joseph’s battling it out for top honours.

QEGS emerge at the top of the table

Lancashire Telegraph:

4:57pm Tuesday 24th March 2015

QUEEN Elizabeth’s Grammar School ‘emerged’ as winners at a table tennis tournament targeted at those players who don’t play the game at county level.


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