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Author: Chris Musson
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AUTHOR : James White
The Blues play-off hopes were given a huge boost thanks to a dramatic stoppage time winner from Sefton Gonzales.
4 game win streak comes to an end with an away defeat at Trafford
The Blues won their fourth game in a row tonight with a thumping 6-1 victory away at Radcliffe Borough.
The Blues didn't back down in the face of an aggressive home side
An explosive start from the visitors could not mask the difference in quality between the two sides.
The occasional blizzard could not hide the fact that this was the most comprehensive demolition since the Dam Busters.
Clitheroe were looking to bounce back into form having not won a league game since the 6-1 home victory against Droylsden back in November.
Although the scoreline ultimately went against Clitheroe, the performance was of the highest order.
The Blue's first home league match in 2016 ended in a disappointing defeat against title challengers Warrington Town.
Clitheroe become the first team to take a point away from the Help For Heroes Stadium this season.
Clitheroe's cup journey has come to an end.
The Blues progressed to the Lancashire FA Challenge Trophy quarter finals, after a hard fought victory over Bacup Borough.
A disappointing afternoon at Dimple Wells leads to 9-man Clitheroe conceding 6.
Blues stunned by fantastic Farsley
By Roy Fearnhead
Callum Hendry’s header was the decisive moment in this open contest.
Three goals before half-time sealed The Blues' fate in this six goal affair.
By Chris Musson
The Blues bounced back after the heavy defeat at Warrington with another impressive home win at Shawbridge tonight.
The depleted Blues sufferred a heavy defeat against promotion chasers Warrington Town.
The Blues ended the league leaders 100% record with a superb 2-0 victory at Shawbridge.
Scott Bakkor's wonder-goal was a bright spark in an otherwise frustrating day for The Blues
The Blues were handed their second defeat of the season as they were top trumped by Spennymoor Town.
Goals from Scott Bakkor, Louis Mayers, Scott Harries and Lloyd Dean seal the deal for The Blues as they claim thier third victory of the campiagn
The Blues crashed to an undeserved 3-0 defeat at Mossley, not helped by the loss to injury of Lloyd Dean and Danny Brady’s 47th minute dismissal.
By James Burch
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