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Friday, 18 April 2014

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Whitehaven sweating on Seymour visa ahead of Workington derby

Brett Seymour photo

Whitehaven may not know until the last moment if Aussie star Brett Seymour has been cleared to play in the Good Friday derby against visitors Workington Town (3pm).

Amateur football

Howard FC take over at top as good form continues

Sunday football photo Howard FC increased their unbeaten run of Carlisle Sunday league third division games to 14 and took over top spot after sinking Eden City with strikes by Luke Surtees, David Baker and David Osborne.

Rugby union latest

St Benedict's surprise defeat sees Keswick relegated

Matty Roper photo Fleetwood's surprise win at St Benedict’s was enough to send Keswick down into the Cumbria League.

Workington Comets latest

Workington Comets beaten again by Edinburgh in League Cup

Rene Bach photo Workington Comets 43 Edinburgh 50: Edinburgh Monarchs heaped more misery on Workington Comets after beating them for the second time in just 24 hours with a 50-43 victory at Derwent Park.

Rugby league latest

Five-try blitz puts Kells on road to victory

Kells were comfortable winners in the end, 40-22, in their Conference Two home game with Pilkington Recs.

Other sports

Darts legends to relive rivalry in Carlisle pub

Legends Eric Bristow and Keith Deller will relive one of the greatest moments in darts history when they renew their rivalry in a Carlisle pub.

Cricket

Cockermouth CC sign Indian all-rounder

Cockermouth have recruited Indian all-rounder Shrikant Mundhe for their North Lancs & Cumbria Premier Division campaign.

Whitehaven RL latest

No divided loyalties for Whitehaven's ex-Workington forward

James Robinson photo Former Workington forward James Robinson warned he would have no divided loyalties when he strides out against Town in Whitehaven colours for the first time in a Championship derby at the Recre tomorrow (3pm).

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