IT'S BEEN a case of doctor on call at Turf Moor this past week.

Doctor Ian Maudsley was summoned from the Bob Lord Stand on Tuesday to treat injured Wrexham goalkeeper Mark Cartwright.

Cartwright required a stitches to a gash above the knee and limped away on crutches, although manager Brian Flynn reported no major damage.

And the following night it was Dr Mike McDevitt's turn to be called into action after former Claret Graham Lancashire received a cut head while leading Rochdale Reserves' attack.

Lancashire ran off to the dressing room where he was patched up by McDevitt before returning to the fray.

RICHARD Huxford had an unhappy debut for Dunfermline following his loan move from Burnley to The Pars.

Huxford made his bow on the right-hand side of midfield in Wednesday night's 5-1 mauling by Celtic at Parkhead which put Wim Jansen's side top of the Scottish Premier Division.

Their only success in 12 games was a 4-3 win in January 1988.

BURNLEY'S seven-up against York City is obviously being kept for posterity by a lot of fans.

One Claret, who ironically lives and works in York, called into the club shop this week to be told the video of the match had sold out and further copies were awaited.

WREXHAM'S side which handed Burnley their first home defeat since mid-December was not complete until 15 minutes before Tuesday night's kick-off.

Robins' manager Brian Flynn confirmed that match-winner Mark Wilson was one of three players who didn't make it to Turf Moor until 35 minutes before the game because of a road accident.

And he also revealed that midfielder Peter Ward didn't make it through the traffic until 7.30pm.

"It was quite an eventful night," admitted the former Burnley favourite after his side had won 2-1.

CLARETS fans won't have to travel far to view a new display of football stadia photographs.

Stuart Clarke's 'The Homes of Football' exhibition is based on Lake Road in Ambleside and Clarke is predicting over 200,000 visitors by the end of the year.

The permanent exhibition is spread over three floors of a listed building in the Lake District and includes a wealth of original mounted prints, books, posters, models and postcards relating to the game.

BURNLEY have announced details of the ticket arrangments for the Auto Windscreens Shield Northern Area Final second leg against Grimsby Town at Turf Moor on Tuesday, March 17.

Prices for the Bob Lord Stand and North Stand lower tier are adults £10 and £5 concessions; for the North Stand upper tier £12 and £6 and for the East Stand lower tier £8 and £4. Concessionary prices will only apply if a ticket is purchased from the ticket office prior to kick-off.

Prices in the family area in the East Stand upper tier are adults £8, concessions £4 but all tickets for this area must be bought in advance with no cash admissions through the turnstiles and the club advises buying early.

Season ticket holders can claim their own seats from the ticket office with the priority purchase period ending at 1pm on Saturday, March 7.

Unclaimed season tickets will go on general sale from Monday, March 9 at 9.15.

BURNLEY'S Second Division game at Oldham has been re-arranged for Tuesday, April 7.

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