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Friday, 19 December 2014

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Workington Town latest

Tonga star agrees Workington Town deal

Workington boss Phil Veivers today expressed his delight after finally landing Tonga international Latu Fifita.

Rugby union latest

England under-20 call-up for Maryport rugby union ace

Catherine O Maryport teenager Catherine O’Donnell has received an early Christmas present after being called up to the England Women’s Under-20 rugby union side.


Nixon: Ben Stokes faces uphill battle to get back in England side

Ben Stokes photo Paul Nixon says fellow Cumbrian Ben Stokes must become more of a “thinking cricketer” to force his way back into England’s one-day side.

Rugby league latest

National Cup draw: Egremont at home, Wath Brow away

BARLA sides Egremont Rangers and Wath Brow Hornets have found out their opposition for the first round of the 2015 National Cup.

Whitehaven RL latest

Whitehaven RL delighted with strong community links

Amanda Hewer photo Whitehaven's Community Development Officer Amanda Hewer today spoke of her pride after the successful implementation of the club’s community programme in 2014.

Amateur football

Referee steps in to spare Milbourne's blushes

Sunday football photo In a much-reduced programme because of waterlogged pitches, Milbourne Arms appeared to be on course for only their second defeat of the season when they were 3-1 down at Crown Stanwix.

Workington Comets latest

Ex-Workington rider hands out speedway training track awards

Luke McKenna photo West Cumbrian speedway star Craig Cook was a special guest at Northside speedway training track’s end-of-season awards night.

Other sports

Carlisle hammer ace cancels Christmas to keep on training

Nick Miller photo Carlisle hammer star Nick Miller says he’s prepared to play Scrooge this Christmas so he can smash records and win championships in 2015.


Are positive efforts to encourage more women into the nuclear industry necessary?

Efforts to better educate girls at school in sciences, technologies & maths would be more worthwhile

No, unless well qualified women are being turned away at Sellafield's door

Yes, girls and women need to know their career options are limitless

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