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18:28, 12 FEB 2013
Let's pick the Cherries
STANLEY stalwart Paul Mullin says tomorrow’s encounter at Bournemouth is much bigger than the last time the two sides clashed on the south coast.
Cold, rain and mud - the glamour of football
MOST teenagers aspire to be footballers - dreaming of fame, fortune and fast cars. St Augustine’s pupils Alex Mullin - son of Stanley’s Paul - and Sam Rushton decided to go and see if that’s what it is like at Accrington Stanley . . .
Lloyd talk on cricket news
SKY commentator David Lloyd will be holding a discussion about current cricketing issues at Accrington Cricket Club on 23 January.
The 'mad' rise of Stanley
ROBBIE Williams admits it is "mad" how far Accrington Stanley have come in such a short time.
400 not out
JOHN Coleman will celebrate his 400th league game in charge of Accrington Stanley on Sunday against Rochdale.
ACCRINGTON chairman Rod Kenyon said he almost copied Steven Gerrard - and slept with the Lancashire League trophy.
JOHN Coleman returns to the scene of one of Accrington Stanley’s greatest triumphs tomorrow - and hopes for more happy memories.
Accrington aiming for a fan-tastic cup win
BIG HITTER Graham Lloyd wants the Accrington supporters to urge his side on to Worsley Cup success.
Running pair aim for a golden time
TALENTED runner Leigh Lennon admits it will be a dream come true if she and Robbie Schofield can win gold medals at the Sainsbury’s English Schools Track and Field Championships this weekend.
Final joy for Accy
ACCRINGTON Cricket Club President Peter Barratt admitted the last year has been "incredible".
Skipper keeps calm ahead of cup semi
ACCRINGTON captain David Ormerod admits he is trying to keep a calm head while those around him are losing theirs in dreams of Worsley Cup final glory.."
No no to Jay Jay
ACCRINGTON Stanley have denied that former Bolton star Jay Jay Okocha is to become their player-coach.
Return for ace Lloyd
SKY cricket commentator David Lloyd will be making his second appearance of the season for Accrington Cricket Club tomorrow.
Lloyd is on a roll
"IF Mick Jagger can jump around the stage at 64 then I dont think I have a problem playing cricket."
THE return of David Lloyd brought a bumper crowd to Accrington Cricket Club on Saturday.
Lloyd's return is washed out
THE rainy weather meant David Lloyd’s return to Accrington Cricket Club was delayed until tomorrow.
David has still got it
LAST season was one of doom and gloom at Accrington CC.
Lloyd up for Accy test
FORMER England batsman and coach David Lloyd will turn out for Accrington Cricket Club on Sunday - and admits he is mad to do it!
Reds' £1.5M takeover bid crashes
ACCRINGTON Stanley chairman Eric Whalley has turned down a £1.5M buyout bid, he revealed this week.
IT WAS a summer of highs and lows for Hyndburn teams in the Lancashire League. For the highs, there were two pieces of silverware picked up by local sides.
Reds need home rule
ROBBIE WILLIAMS is determined for home rule to return to Accrington as they look to push on towards the play-off places tomorrow.
Winger Todd relishing a Reds' return
ACCRINGTON fans are hoping that Andy Todd does not reproduce what he used to for the Reds - and pop up with a late goal.
Reds eye the top prize
ACCRINGTON boss John Coleman would welcome the media attention from an FA Cup shock tomorrow – but admits that the money on offer from a successful cup run is a bigger bonus.
Moorhead’s triple joy
OLYMPIC gold medallist Darren Campbell presented Moorhead Sports College with a hat-trick of prizes at the glittering Sky Living For Sport Awards in London.