Author Archives: Melissa Rudd
OOH Lincoln Ladies’ bid to compete against the top sides in the country in the FA Super League has been successful and they will kick off their first season in March 2011.
Lincoln City are set to sign Norwich City youth defender David Stephens on loan for the remainder of the campaign to bolster their threadbare squad.
Women’s sport in the UK has always had to play second-fiddle to the more popular, most would say “higher standard”, male equivalent. Melissa Rudd looks at the bigger picture.
Students’ Union Sports and Teams VP Chris Farrell has admitted there are no definite plans in the pipeline to enhance sporting facilities at the University.
Crewe Alexandra snatched a late leveller to deny Lincoln City their first league win in four outings. Melissa Rudd reviews and analyses the match.
Lincoln City took on Rotherham at Sincil Bank in a bid to move further away from the League Two drop-zone, looking to clinch their first victory in four matches.
Lincoln City face yet another re-arranged fixture after their League Two clash against Dagenham and Redbridge was postponed on Saturday due to a frozen pitch at Sincil Bank.
The Imps look to regain their impressive form with victory over Dagenham & Redbridge at Sincil Bank tomorrow.
Lincoln City manager Chris Sutton will be able to include new winger Michael Gordon in his squad for the clash with Cheltenham Town on Saturday.
Lincoln City midfielder Shane Clarke has paid tribute to his former youth team manager John Schofield, who returns to Sincil Bank with his Cheltenham Town side.