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11:28, 6 FEB 2013
Leaders in derby battle
It's derby time at league leaders Enfield as Rishton are the visitors to Dill Hall Lane aiming to knock them off top spot tomorrow.
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Bibby: Highs and lows at Rishton
Rishton captain Jimmy Bibby wants his Jekyll and Hyde side to find some consistency this season.
Stanley's promotion champs: Where are they now?
With the 50th anniversary of Stanley going out of the Football League next March and the club hunting for players from the 1961/62 season, Alex Rowan takes a look at the team which got the Reds promoted back to the league in 2005/06 – and see what they are doing now.
We won't let yobs wreck Christmas fun
Police have launched a crackdown on violent town centre trouble makers to stop them spoiling the Christmas party in Accrington.
Hundreds sign petition to oppose opening of Accrington's first lapdancing club
More than 600 people signed a petition opposing the plans during a town centre protest to stop the developers of I Candy lap dancing bar from obtaining an alcohol licence.
Rishton climb off the bottom
Jimmy Bibby admitted that lady luck is finally shining on Rishton as they climbed off the bottom of the league.
Mad March ahead for Stanley says Coleman
John Coleman admits March is a massive month for his side’s promotion chances.
Dance family in class of their own
An Accrington dance school is keeping it all in the family. Three generations of the same family work at the Dance Class, based on Cannon Street.
Coley plans Rovers swoop
John Coleman was confident of signing a defender ahead of tomorrow’s clash at struggling Torquay.
Snow joke for Reds
REDS boss John Coleman admits the snowy weather is playing havoc with training.
Lloyd junior praises dad
GRAHAM Lloyd said he knew dad David would end up being the star of the show on Sunday.
A good day at office for Brent
GARY Brent admits he is still pinching himself after seeing Enfield hit joint top of the table.
Needing Dorop of luck
ENFIELD will again bid to overcome the absence of pro Gary Brent as they look to complete wins over Todmorden on successive weekends in the Worsley Cup.
Take heart from Clarets
STANLEY are hoping they can take some inspiration from Burnley’s rise into the Premiership.
CHURCH bowler Andy Bentley feels like he is still waiting for the Lancashire League season to start.
Labour leader ticketed while at Town Hall
A PROMINENT councillor was stunned to find his car had been given a parking ticket while he was at a civic event.
Be Great to do it again
GREAT Harwood have won the Ribblesdale League title once in 108 years - and now they want to make it two in two years.
‘Must win’ for both sides
BOTH Stanley manager John Coleman and his Lincoln counterpart Peter Jackson are tipping tonight as a "must win" game.
X Factor Eoghan no threat, says Diana boyfriend
THE boyfriend of teen singing sensation Diana Vickers has dismissed claims she is dating another X Factor contestant.
Horace is top of the league
IN 1958, two men noticed that a number of children were just having random kick abouts on Saturdays and decided to organise a football league.
Amber's in it for keeps
JUNIOR FOOTBALL ROUND-UP: GOALKEEPER Amber Louise Khan is a top stopper - and has been being selected for Blackburn Rovers Centre of Excellence.
Operating hours extension bid thrown out
A BID to extend working hours at a noisy industrial site in Oswaldtwistle to 6am-10pm has been thrown out by Hyndburn planners.
Will: High hopes for Bash
WILL Purser has been dubbed "Del Boy" at Baxenden.
OAPs unite in last-ditch bid to save vital lifeline
AGE Concern was this week locked in negotiations with Hyndburn Council leader Peter Britcliffe in an 11th hour bid to save the charity's popular cafe.