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Langwith firsts got off to an ideal start on Thursday, with a plucky 3-2 victory over Wentworth seconds at the JLD
Lancaster dominated the ballroom dancing on the final day of this year's Roses tournament
In the final football fixture of Roses 2014, the women's firsts team were humbled by their Lancaster counterparts
The fiftieth annual Roses tournament, this year held in Lancaster, celebrating the historic rivalry between Yorkshire and Lancashire has culminated in a victory for the home side by 41 points.
The last two years have seen York beat Lancaster on the trampoline. The White Rose will be hoping for a third successive win.
The swimming and water polo club will be hoping that their teams can bring home all sixteen points for the White Rose.
After last year's clean sweep, the four York squash teams will be hoping to get the better of the Lancaster teams on their own turf.
The archery takes place on Sunday morning at this year's Roses with the White Rose hoping to trump their Lancaster rivals and take as many points as possible.
After a disappointing defeat at last year's Roses. The York Centurions will be out for revenge and will look to post a victory against their biggest rivals
After Manchester United brought David Moyes' ill-fated 10 month reign at Old Trafford to an end on Monday, Lewis Hill asks whether it was the right thing to do
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