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Clitheroe’s season finished on a high as two goals from Louis Mayers capped of The Blues’ 2014/15 campaign with three points.
The Blues and Farsley played out a goalless draw at Shawbridge, the first 0-0 draw involving the Blues since April 2013.
The Blues travelled to league leaders Salford City and despite falling to a 2-1 defeat, they gave the home side an uncomfortable afternoon.
It was a sunny afternoon but a gloomy day for The Blues as there were taken apart by bottom of the League Padiham.
A sensational comeback by the Blues saw them put an end to a five match losing streak.
The Blues were beaten for the second time in ten days by Play-off chasing Spennymoor Town.
A good performance saw no reward for the Blues, as Farsley recorded a victory to keep them in the hunt for a play-off place.
It wasn't the perfect pre-final warm up but The Blues can still take positives from their 8-3 loss away to Spennymoor FC.
The Blues crashed to a 4-2 defeat at Cantilever Park on Tuesday evening, with all six goals coming in a frantic end to end first half.
The Blues pulled off an excellent victory over title chasing Darlington, in front of Shawbridge’s biggest crowd of the season of 538.
The Blues were held to a draw following late drama in this afternoon's game away to Kendal Town FC
Blues reach Lancashire FA Challenge Final after an early red card and late winner in a dramatic semi-final
The Blues were conquered by an inform Scarborough this afternoon, a tough game for both sides in the low winter sun.
A THRILLER at Shawbridge today, The Blues pick up the points in a TEN goal game.
A manic end to the first half ultimately seals the deal for Scarborough as Clitheroe experience defeat for the first time in five games.
The teams shared the points on a cold and windy afternoon at Shawbridge.
Jason Hart rescues Blues from defeat and secures a vital point for Garner’s men.
A dramatic stoppage time equaliser by New Mills finished off a fine comeback after the Blues had raced to three goal lead in the first half.
The Blues put in another excellent committed performance to defeat fourth place Droylsden, in a match played in blustery conditions.
The Blues made it thirteen goals in their last three away games with a comprehensive 4-0 win at Radcliffe Borough.
Philip Ghayour reports on today's one goal loss at home to Lancaster City.
The Blues triumphed over near neighbours Padiham, in a very competive local derby at the Arbories on a grey and wet Boxing Day afternoon.
The Blues recorded their biggest away league win since November 2002, with a thumping 6-0 victory at Prescot Cables.
Bamber Bridge 1-2 Clitheroe
Clitheroe lost at home in the league for the first time since August, thanks to a second half winner from Mossley striker Andy Keogh.
Clitheroe 1 Nelson 1 (Clitheroe win 4-3 on penalties). Attendance 219.
The Blues produced their best performance of the season, to deservedly beat title favourites Salford City.
Blues went down to defeat against local rivals Bamber Bridge after taking an early lead.
The Blues put in a good display and matched their Premier Division opponents for the full ninety minutes.
Clitheroe 2 Harrogate Railway Athletic 1
The Blues won their third successive game with an impressive 4-2 away win at Brighouse Town.
A last minute goal from David Lynch gave the Blues a well deserved victory over Droylsden and a home tie against Workington in the next round.
An own goal and a Sefton Gonzales winner, were enough to earn the Blues a deserved away victory.
Blues gained a point in what was a well below par performance.
Blues put up a good performance against 3rd place Droylsden and were unfortunate to come away without any points.
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