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MATCH REPORT: Port Vale v Crewe Alex

REPORT: Vale 4 Crewe Alex 2 Vale saw off near neighbours Crewe Alexandra in the Checkatrade Trophy last night to ensure their passage to the next stages of the competition. It was Vale’s fifth win in the seven games since Neil Aspin took charge and gives supporters even more reasons that there are genuine reasons […]

The Fans Want an FA Cup Run

The Fans Want an FA Cup Run We recently asked a selection of die-hard Vale supporters their opinions on things Vale-related Gerard Austin, from Hartshill, is the club’s match photographer, a role he has undertaken for a number of years now. He attends all Vale’s home and away gamesAlly Simcock, from Stoke, is on the […]

Vale fans have their say

Vale fans have their say We recently asked a selection of die-hard Vale supporters their opinions on things Vale-related. Eddie Jackson, from Oakhill, has followed the club man and boy and still attends all Port Vale games, home and away. He has also been a programme contributor and proof reader. Nicki Jones, from Baddeley Green, […]

Report: Oldham Athletic v Port Vale

Report: Oldham Athletic v Port Vale CHECKATRADE TROPHY Oldham Athletic 0 Port Vale 0 Vale win the penalty shoot-out Despite there being few shots at goal at either end during the match at Boundary Park, Vale came away with two points from their game against Oldham Athletic. The match finished all square with neither side […]

PREVIEW – Oldham v Vale

Match Preview – Oldham Athletic v Port Vale Vale take a break from Football League action this evening when they take on Oldham Athletic at Boundary Park in the Checkatrade Trophy. Michael Brown has admitted he would love to lead his team out at Wembley when the final takes place in April, but at the […]

Match report: Vale v Crewe Alex

Match report: Vale v Crewe Alex Vale’s recent run of results continued with a fourth consecutive defeat in all competitions when they fell to a 30th minute close range header scored by Chris Dagnall. Vale had matched the visitors up to that point, with the goal coming against the run of play, but their task […]

Theatre Review: The 39 Steps

Review by Rachel Edwards This week, 4 actors roll into town tasked with playing 139 characters in 100 minutes. With an average of more than one character per minute you would expect this to be a fast-paced play and it doesn’t fail to deliver. It’s Alfred Hitchcock’s spy thriller, ‘The 39 Steps’, which is now […]

Theatre Review: Blood Brothers

Blood Brothers is notable for its ability to make the audience both laugh and cry in quick succession. Having seen it last night I still have the songs stuck in my head today and this is testament to just how good this musical is. It is the story of twin brothers, separated at birth, whose […]