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Thursday, 23 October 2014

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Rugby league latest

Glasson Rangers ARL duo receive international call-ups

Glasson Joe Kirkup photo Glasson Rangers coach James Moore has spoken of his pride after two of his players received call ups to represent England and Scotland’s Under-19s.

Rugby union latest

Cumbrian sevens rugby ace sets sights on Olympics

Megan Ellery photo Cumbrian rugby star Megan Ellery has her sights on England Sevens glory at the 2016 Rio Olympics after recovering from the worst injury of her career.

Workington Town latest

Workington Town and Whitehaven's 2015 Championship fixtures revealed

Whitehaven begin their 2015 Championship campaign at home to Halifax, while Workington Town face a trip to Batley Bulldogs on Sunday, February 15.

Workington Comets latest

Outstanding Workington Comets see off Edinburgh Monarchs

Speedway photo Workington Comets 53 Edinburgh Monarchs 43: Workington Comets put in an excellent display to beat table-toppers Edinburgh, despite nothing but pride being on the line.

Amateur football

Penrith dominate at Newton Aycliffe

Newton Aycliffe 2 Penrith 4: Penrith gained an excellent three points to spoil the first Northern League Division 1 game for Aycliffe’s new manager, Peter Dixon.

Other sports

£250,000 revamp planned for Carlisle Driving Range

Daniel Hookway photo Law graduate turned golf pro Daniel Hookway has unveiled plans to give Carlisle Driving Range a £250,000 revamp after taking over the venue.


Cumbrian cricket star Stokes handed central contract

Ben Stokes photo Ben Stokes has been handed a huge vote of confidence by England after being awarded a central contract for the first time.


Should dogs be banned from Talkin Tarn?

Yes, a complete ban is the only way to prevent the mess

No, but instead of creating new tarn attractions the council should spend money on dog wardens

No, most dog owners are very responsible. Why spoil it for the majority?

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