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through out the Good evening.
Despite losing this afternoon, Scunthorpe United have been
promoted. The Iron lost for the first time in 29 games under manager
Russ Wilcox. But the results went their way meaning they'll m`ke an
their way meaning they'll make an immediate return to League One.
Simon Clark reports from Exdter Simon Clark reports from Exeter.
Welcome to what has to be one of England's's wettest football grounds
this afternoon, where Scunthorpe United have achieved their dream. It
was a close run thing. They lost here and immediately would not to
wind in their game. These wdre the wind in their game. These were the
moments leading up to that. There were mass celebrations amongst the
fans and players. An amazing feeling, that last three minutes
while we were waiting for the result of the Southend and Fleetwood game.
Southend have done us a favour and it feels great.
Exeter have done great today. it feels great.
Exeter have done great todax. It Exeter have done great todax. It
feels brilliant. We needed some luck.
It is limited celebrations for the Scunthorpe United players bdcause
they still have a chance of winning the championship if they be`t York
City next week. But if you have friends or family who were here
today, by the time they get back to North Lincolnshire, you might fine
they are a little giddy than when they left. Congratulations to
Scunthorpe. We will have a full round`up of the football news
shortly. Trade unionists in Lincoln have been
campaigning for better workplace health and safety. It is ahead
campaigning for better workplace health and safety. It is ahdad of
the annual Workers' Memorial Day, which honours those who have died
the annual Workers' Memorial Day, which honours those who havd died at
which honours those who have died at work.
A year on since the plaque was placed to remember those killed at
work, trade unionists gathered in Lincoln to share a message about
Lincoln to share a message `bout safety.
We remember the dead, but also, we fight for the living.
148 people lost their lives in the UK this year. In Saxilby, just
outside of Lincoln. And in Newark, two railway workers were killed only
this year. It is still a big issue. It is former engineers like Derek
who often face risks at work. I was put under pressure to lift
heavy things and consequently suffered an injury. Accidents
happen, and you never know that something is going to happen to you.
It is nice to have that comfort of knowing that somebody is watching
your back. The Department for Work and Pensions
says the country has one of the best safety records in the world. The
Unionists say they aim for no loss of life in the workplace.
Police have released CCTV ilages of several people they would like to
speak to, after an attack at an M1 services. It happened after Hull
City's semifinal victory over Sheffield United earlier thhs month.
Police say fans of both clubs were present at the Newport Pagnell
present at the Newport Pagndll Welcome Break, when a plainclothes
store detective was assaultdd. They say he confronted two men who stole
alcohol from a Waitrose store, and was knocked unconscious.
Hull City moved a step closdr to Hull City moved a step closer to
Premier League survival aftdr Hull City moved a step closdr to
Premier League survival aftdr coming from behind to snatch a draw at
Fulham. After a goalless first half, the home side scored twice hn
Fulham. After a goalless first half, the home side scored twice in two
the home side scored twice hn two minutes after the break. But late
goals from Jelavic and Long made it 2`2. The Tigers are six points above
the drop zone, with three g`mes to play.
We were never out the game. I thought we were well on top in the
first half. We caused a lot of problems and at half`time wd
first half. We caused a lot of problems and at half`time we felt we
problems and at half`time wd felt we had controlled the game. But they
had a good go in the second half. It was nice to get the equaliser at the
end and keep them six points behind us with three games left.
In the Conference North, North Ferriby United will have to make do
with a play`off place, but Boston United mist out. The villagdrs drew
1`1 at home against Brackley. Danny 1`1 at home against Bracklex. Danny
Clark got the goal. AFC Telford beat Gainsborough 3`0 to take thd title.
The final Conference Premier games kicked off late today. Midw`y
kicked off late today. Midway through the second half, Grhmsby are
goalless at Braintree while Lincoln City are 1`1 at home to Barnet. ``
3`2 to Barnet. Good evening. After a fairly wet
day, it's looking like an ilproving day, it's looking like an improving
picture as we go through the evening. Showers will die away and
it will be a fair amount of cloud around coming in from the North Sea.
It will be relatively mild tonight with temperatures dropping to nine
degrees Celsius. On Sunday, a generally dry start. Some brighter
spells in between the cloud and some heavy showers by the afternoon.
That's all from Look North for today. Have a very good evening.
Good evening. An area of low pressure has wrapped itself around
the British Isles for this weekend. There have been a number of showers
today, particularly in the south-west, and there is more to
come overnight. You can see this swirl of cloud, the centre of it in
the south-west of England. Close to the centre of that there will be
some strong winds in the south-west of England and some heavy showers as
well. There will be some big waves along the south coast as well. The
rain will affect eastern Scotland and the North East of England with
low cloud and missed. The best of the brightness on Sunday will be
Northern Ireland and the West of Scotland. But in the afternoon it is
a different story in western Scotland with the low cloud and
missed being carried through on the easterly wind. Temperature is
perhaps just eight or nine degrees. Northern Ireland escapes