Tuesday, 01 September 2015

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Whitehaven RL latest

Whitehaven well-beaten by Hunslet Hawks

Dion Aiye photo Whitehaven 16 Hunslet Hawks 30: Whitehaven fell to their second Super 8s loss as they were well beaten by Hunslet Hawks in a 30-16 defeat at The Recreation Ground.

Workington Reds latest

McGee the inspiration as Workington Reds rout Ramsbottom

Joe McGee photo Workington Reds 4 Ramsbottom 0: Workington Reds have found a real talent in Joe McGee after the Scouser ran the show in their 4-0 at home to Ramsbottom United yesterday.

Workington Comets latest

Workington Comets retain Border Trophy with victory over Berwick

Speedway photo Workington Comets 59 Berwick Bandits 33: Workington Comets defended the Border Trophy with an emphatic 59-33 win over Berwick last night as their play-off hopes faded.

Amateur football

Henney's praise for players after Penrith beat Bishop Auckland

Matt Henney photo Penrith boss Matt Henney hailed his side’s resolve after they bounced back from a midweek defeat to beat Bishop Auckland 3-0.

Cricket

Carlisle go second as weather wreaks havoc with North Lancs fixtures

The weather played havoc with the weekend’s North Lancs and Cumbria fixtures and Carlisle were given the chance to move up to second place in Division One, a chance they duly took.

Rugby union latest

Rugby union fixtures released for 2015-16 season

The 2014/15 county rugby union schedule may have just come to a close with Cumbria’s defeat to Leicestershire in the County Shield at Twickenham, but the fixtures for the 2015/16 have now been released.

Other sports

Farrell and Miller selected for World Championships

Cumbrian athletics duo Nick Miller and Tom Farrell have been selected for next month’s World Championships in Beijing, it has been confirmed.

Workington Town latest

Workington Town have fun in the sun at the expense of Doncaster

Elliott Miller photo Workington Town 62 Doncaster 0: The sun was certainly shining at Derwent Park as wily stand-off Jarrod Sammut masterminded a great Workington Town display, to nil Doncaster and collect two more vital points.

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