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Sunday, 03 May 2015

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Workington Town latest

Mossop back for Workington Town after emergency surgery

Jason Mossop photo Workington Town centre Jason Mossop has been named in Phil Veivers’ 19-man squad for this weekend’s fixture at Featherstone.

Workington Comets latest

Do-or-die in League Cup for Workington Comets

Workington Comets’ League Cup fate will be decided this weekend as they need maximum points from two meetings against Berwick to progress.

Workington Reds latest

Workington Reds boss planning for next season

Gavin Skelton photo Workington Reds boss Gavin Skelton will be at the helm next season as he attempts to mastermind another promotion-chasing campaign.

Amateur football

Dalston keep pressure on leaders Longtown

Sunday football photo Dalston Old Boys remain second in the Carlisle Sunday league second division, one point behind leaders Longtown with two games in hand following their 4-0 victory over Carlisle Ex-Servicemens’ Club.

Other sports

Aston Martin retain Carlisle race driver MacDowall

Alex MacDowall photo Carlisle racing driver Alex MacDowall has his sights set on FIA World Endurance Championship glory after being retained by Aston Martin Racing team for a second season.

Rugby union latest

Silloth win title by 16 points

Silloth rounded off their league season with a commanding 72-0 victory over Wigton Wanderers.

Rugby league latest

Wigan's Wane happy to help Town and Haven - but has to look after no1

Shaun Wane photo Wigan Warriors head coach Shaun Wane says he is keen to continue his links with west Cumbria’s Championship sides but admits that he has to look after his own team ahead of tomorrow’s Super League game against Hull KR.


England could build team round Stokes, says Harmison

Ben Stokes photo Former international fast bowler Steve Harmison believes England should build a team around Cumbrian Ben Stokes if they want to.

Whitehaven RL latest

Whitehaven coach rings the changes for Batley game

Declan Hulme photo Whitehaven head coach James Coyle has made three changes to his side ahead of Sunday’s game at Batley Bulldogs.


Is Cumbria a cycling-friendly county?

Yes, I think cyclists are catered for pretty well

No, there are not enough cycle lanes or paths

Who cares? I prefer four wheels to two

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