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Thursday, 24 April 2014

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Amateur football

Lloyds Bar can't afford to drop point in chase for title

After beating Brampton 4-0, Lloyds Bar go into their final four Carlisle Sunday League Premier Division games 12 points behind leaders Arroyo who have completed their fixtures.

Rugby union latest

Cumbria ready to tackle the Falcons in warm-up match

Cumbria start serious preparations for the County Championship Shield programme tonight when they play a warm-up game at Carlisle Rugby Club.

Workington Comets latest

Workington Comets gain revenge over Berwick Bandits

Speedway photo Workington Comets 51 Berwick Bandits 38: After three successive defeats Workington Comets got their season back on track with a hard-earned victory over Berwick Bandits last night.

Rugby league latest

Seaton overcome Cockermouth in Amateur Cup match

Seaton scored their second win over Cockermouth in less than a week but this time it was tighter.

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.


Cockermouth CC sign Indian all-rounder

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

Workington Town latest

Workington Town deserved bonus point against Whitehaven

Jarrad Stack photo Whitehaven 22 Workington Town 16: Two tries from centre Jessie Joe Parker in the final seven minutes ensured Whitehaven claimed the derby spoils and condemned Workington to a fifth successive defeat.

Whitehaven RL latest

Whitehaven RL bosses call in MP to tackle Aussie star visa fiasco

Brett Seymour photo Whitehaven are in daily contact with the UK Border Agency in a bid to secure a visa for Aussie star Brett Seymour.


Alex Salmond says Cumbria will be Scotland's closest friend as well as nearest neighbour, come independence. Do you agree?

You don't shun close friends and keep them

Why would he care, if he believes he doesn't need us?

Yes. Our bonds with Scotland are historic and unbreakable

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