REIGNING Riflemans Garage Furness Premier Division champions Barrow Celtic only had themselves to blame as they fell to their first defeat of the season.
BARROW Celtic have sent out a warning to the Furness Premier League that they want to ‘win everything’ this season, writes JAMES MADDEN.
CARTMEL Races will play its part for charity as some of the sport's top trainers head to South Cumbria this weekend.
SWARTHMOOR Social gained their first Bay FM West Lancashire League Division Two win of the season with a committed performance against Furness Cavaliers on a lovely playing surface at Park Road.
THE Furness Premier League season kicks off tomorrow, with competition set to be intense. PAUL WRIGHT previews what should be an exciting campaign
HOLKER Old Boys made it four wins out of four with a 3-0 victory at Daisy Hill in North West Counties Division One on Monday night.
AROUND 250 spectators descended on Longlands Park at the weekend to watch Crooklands Casuals in action and to celebrate the start of the club’s 45th anniversary.
THE 2015-16 football season began with glorious weather but the results for local clubs were a bit of a mixed bag, writes PAUL WRIGHT .