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LANCASTER WIN ROSES 2012

Lancaster took a 47-28 lead after Friday and stretched their lead to 133-107 on Saturday

The winning target this year to secure victory and retain the Carter James trophy was 144.5 points.

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Reporters: Dan Holland, Luke Gardener, Neil Johnston, Rohan Banerjee, Sam Shepherd, Will Light, and Harry Hawkins
Photographers: Philippa Grafton, Agatha Torrance and Hoagy Davis-Digges




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mike Posted on Sunday 25 Aug 2019

live broadcasts from ystv will all start late today. We've not got out of bed yet.

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Oliver Blackburn Posted on Sunday 25 Aug 2019

What's the deal with Derwent not showing up for College A footy? Are they in Lancs? Bus late? WE MUST HAVE JUSTICE.

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Oliver Blackburn Posted on Sunday 25 Aug 2019

Looking at the upcoming fixtures, we'd have to win everything to win overall (given we're about to loose women's fencing) - is that even remotely likely?

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King Posted on Sunday 25 Aug 2019

Someone put the Derwent football team on a bus... playing a friendly yet taking the points when we have a team already there but not the 'one scheduled'... no honour in that

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UYAFC always sh!t Posted on Sunday 25 Aug 2019

Just saying. Another great performance following relegation for the firsts this year. Wear those tracksuits with pride lads...

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curious Posted on Sunday 25 Aug 2019

Who decides which sport gets points? Seems pretty arbitrary - Road cycling does but Mountain biking doesn't? Why doesn't mixed hockey?

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Football lost it for us Posted on Sunday 25 Aug 2019

Another great performance by those athletes/footballers. Most of them played their hardest, there is no shame in losing when there is such a gulf in talent, head up lads. Let's get out of 3B next season...Only two sides relegated this year, now that is an achievement!!

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Linda Green Posted on Sunday 25 Aug 2019

Go team go!

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