Todmorden Sports Centre Under 14s retained the Calderdale League Cup on Sunday, making it successive league and cup doubles.
Hopes of a Luddenden Foot giantkilling act in last Sunday’s Parish Cup first round were shattered but Bridgeholme’s dreams live on.
Everton manager David Moyes is the odds on bookies’ favourite to replace Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United after it emerged the 71-year-old will retire next week.3 comments
Hebden Bridge Saints Under-10s competed in the Blackpool Youth Tournament alongside teams from across the north of England last weekend.
Midgley United boss Craig Gee has urged Calder ‘76 to crown an excellent season for Valley sides by adding to the haul of silverware next week.
Calder Valley Fell Runners’ Karl Gray finished a superb third in Saturday’s Three Peaks Race, setting a record time for a 40-plus runner.
Thankfully, there is no need to panic ahead of Saturday’s final match of the 2012-13 campaign at home against Ipswich.
Valley cricket round up: Costly drop for Old Town; sponsorship for Todmorden; Halifax League fixtures; Central Lancs League teams
Old Town seconds fought back in vain at home to Stainland after only totalling 108.
Halifax League round-up - Booth wait for win, 12-pointer for Bridgeholme, Old Town and Foot prepare for derby
Booth will be desperate to get a win on the board in the Foster’s Halifax League on Saturday after a false start to their 2013 campaign.
Jubilant boss Dave Whitehouse has praised his Hebden Royd Red Star players for passing their character test with flying colours.
Midgley United recovered from the shock of going a goal down after 20 minutes to beat visitors Greetland 3-1 and nail down the Haslem-Sheppard Halifax AFL title.
Calder ‘76 rounded off a tremendous few days for local sides in the Haslem-Sheppard Halifax AFL by clinching Premier Division survival on Monday evening.
Last year’s runners-up Booth travel to Thornton on Saturday looking to make amends for a disappointing opening day defeat in the Foster’s Halifax League.
A good point against the league leaders should ease Burnley’s fears of the drop this time out, though things are still far from certain.
If there is anyone hoping that Saturday’s lunchtime televised match is a case of “After the Lord Mayor’s Show”, you will find plenty of them around Turf Moor.
Hebden Royd Red Star have reached their first major goal of the 2012-2013 season in the Halifax AFL - promotion back to the Premier Division.
Mytholmroyd make their eagerly-anticipated return to the Foster’s Halifax League’s top flight at home to Thornton on Saturday.
Wadsworth United and Mixenden have both been absolved from blame following the abandonment of their Halifax AFL Division One match early last month.
- Group marks out £1.8 million housing plan
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- Big step forward in community pub buy-out initiative
- Flood warning sirens to sound in Hebden Bridge, Mytholmroyd, Todmorden and Walsden
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