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Zebras make good use of the wind in Manchester

WORKINGTON Zebras travelled to Manchester without captain Neil Hastings and veteran forward Jason Howarth, but despite this set-back the team performed well in unfavourable conditions to beat Aldwinians 16-14 and end their three-match losing run.

Last updated 9 April 2009
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Keswick in RFU President’s XV

kesru 0304 THE we-won’t-be-beaten efforts of Keswick Rugby Union Club has earned it national recognition from the sport’s governing body.

Last updated 2 April 2009
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Netherhall promotion hopes take a battering

neth1 0304 NETHERHALL and Whitehaven go head to head tomorrow in a match which could decide who will earn the promotion play-off place from the Cumbria League.

Last updated 2 April 2009
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Late drop goal costs Zebras a great win

WORKINGTON lost their second home game in a row but came close to upsetting promotion-chasing Tyldesley in North Lancs Cumbria.

Last updated 2 April 2009
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Big score for Netherhall as they bounce back in style

CUMBRIA League leaders Netherhall bounced back from defeat at Millom with a 64-0 win at Wigton Wanderers.

Last updated 26 March 2009
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Girls’ tournament a big success

girlsru3 2703 CUMBRIA’S biggest tournament for girls’ rugby union at Keswick on Sunday has been hailed a huge success.

Last updated 26 March 2009
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Late try leads to Netherhall’s second defeat of the season

NETHERHALL lost only their second game of the season when they were narrowly defeated 8-7 at Millom in the Cumbria League.

Last updated 19 March 2009
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Keswick hosts girls’ RU tournament

CUMBRIA’S biggest rugby union tournament for girls will be staged at Keswick on Sunday.

Last updated 19 March 2009
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Miller back for England

ROB Miller is back in the England U20 side for their last match in the U20 Six Nations against Scotland at Worcester this evening.

Last updated 19 March 2009
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Steelers’ resistence runs out in final quarter

zebras2 2003 WORKINGTON Steelers were unable to prevent Creighton picking up back-to-back wins for the first time this season when they won 44-7 at Workington Steelers.

Last updated 19 March 2009
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Aspatria beat leaders much to the delight of Penrith

ASPATRIA sensationally defeated North Two East leaders Old Crossleyans 28-10 at Bower Park on Saturday, earning the thanks of neighbours Penrith.

Last updated 12 March 2009
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Zebras surrender unbeaten home record

THE Ellis Sports Ground fortress was finally breached as Workington’s unbeaten home run in North Lancs Cumbria came to an end.

Last updated 12 March 2009
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Left to right switch for Cueto but no place for Miller

MARK Cueto has retained his place in the England line-up for week four of the RBS Six Nations.COCKERMOUTH’S young squash talent Rachael Kennon was last weekend called up by England Squash to take part in the Grand Prix series down in Birmingham, an invitation-only event.THE World Rally Championship is back in action this weekend with Rally Cyprus in which the Dovenby-based BP Ford and Stobart VK teams are competing. See page 46 for full stories.THREE sessions of cricket coaching for year four, year five and year six pupils are being held by Workington Cricket Club.SEATON U8s and U9s have started training for the forthcoming season.WORKINGTON Comets speedway riders Richard Lawson, of Maryport, and John Branney, of Workington, will be among the Cumbrian sports stars at Carlisle Racecourse on Sunday.WEST Cumbria’s women soccer players are being given a third chance to go to Wembley – but first they’ve got to battle through the various rounds of the Women’s FA Umbro Fives.

Last updated 12 March 2009
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Keswick progress in the Plate and Netherhall dominate Creighton

THREE Cumbria Plate games last weekend produced victories for Keswick, Egremont and St Benedict’s.

Last updated 5 March 2009
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Only one out of three for England

Bulter 2002 IT WAS a Six Nations weekend of very close calls for England.

Last updated 5 March 2009
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Workington Zebras land a great win at Fleetwood

WORKINGTON Zebras produced an excellent performance to win their North Lancs Cumbria match at Fleetwood 19-15.

Last updated 26 February 2009
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Cueto keeps his England place but Miller re-called

WORKINGTON-born Mark Cueto has kept his place in the England rugby union side for the third round of the RBS 6 Nations.

Last updated 26 February 2009
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What next for rugby star Hanley?

hanleyportrait 2002 WHAT happens next? However long or glorious the career, that’s the question that comes the way of sportsmen at some stage in their lives.

Last updated 19 February 2009
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Cueto stays positive in defeat

miller 2002 ENGLAND produced a far better team performance but still lost to championship favourites Wales in their latest Six Nations clash.

Last updated 19 February 2009
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Zebras edge derby clash with Wigton

ru2 2002 WORKINGTON maintained their unbeaten home record with a hard-fought 8-6 win over local rivals Wigton in the North Lancs Cumbria League.

Last updated 19 February 2009
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