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Monday, 20 October 2014

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Scotland cruise to victory over Wales at Derwent Park

A superb second-half display from Scotland secured victory in the opening game of the European Championships as they beat Wales 42-18 in front of a 2,036 crowd at Derwent Park.

Rugby union latest

Wigton unable to kickstart season at Kirkby Lonsdale

Wigton's North One West woes continued as they lost 40-10 to Kirkby Lonsdale and lost their captain to a serious knee injury.

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.

Workington Comets latest

‘Heartbreak’ for Comets after Premier League play-off clash called off

Comets manager Tony Jackson, pictured right, described his side’s abandoned Premier League play-off as “heartbreaking” last night.

Rugby league latest

Danny Brough inspires Scotland to victory over Wales in Workington

brave5 A superb Danny Brough-inspired performance from Scotland secured victory in the opening game of the European Championships as they beat Wales 42-18 at Derwent Park.

Other sports

England call-up for young Cumbrian golfer

Seb Crookall-Nixon photo Cumbrian golfer Seb Crookall-Nixon has capped an impressive return to form by winning an England call-up for next week’s Home Internationals.


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.

Workington Town latest

Workington Town and Whitehaven's 2015 Championship fixtures revealed

Workington Town open their 2015 Championship season with a trip to John Kear's Batley Bulldogs, while Whitehaven entertain Halifax.


Big plans for retail now in Carlisle. Is this the turning point the city has been waiting for?

Yes. Investment promises speak for themselves

No. All these plans still amount to a wish list

I don't want more shops

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