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Celtic Nation midfielder Mark Boyd back for title fight

Celtic Nation Mark Boyd photo Fit-again midfielder Mark Boyd today warned Celtic Nation won’t give up their promotion dream until the last kick of the ball.

Last updated 10 April 2014
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Botcherby beat Yewdale in game that saw 12 goals

Sunday football photo In a game between the Carlisle Sunday league third division’s two struggling sides, Yewdale Pegasus were second best during the early stages and Botcherby hit them after just five minutes thanks to a super strike by Tyron Thompson.

Last updated 9 April 2014
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Penrith fail to turn pressure into points against Spennymoor

Steven Rigg photo Penrith AFC 2 Spennymoor Town 2: Penrith nearly did their Cumbrian neighbours Celtic Nation a huge favour, by defeating their main rivals for the League title.

Last updated 9 April 2014
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Penrith could do Celtic Nation a favour against Spennymoor

Matt Henney photo Penrith boss Matt Henney says he’ll be doing everything to dent Spennymoor’s Northern League promotion prospects tonight – but not because he wants Celtic Nation to triumph (7.45pm).

Last updated 8 April 2014
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Penrith hold on against Hebburn

Penrith 4 Hebburn Town 3: Penrith held on through some nervy moments to clinch three points against their already-relegated opponents.

Last updated 7 April 2014
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Whitehaven Amateurs land Nike deal

Whitehaven Amateurs are celebrating what has been hailed as the biggest move forward in their 20-year history.

Last updated 3 April 2014
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Celtic Nation consider McMenamin red card appeal

Colin McMenamin photo Celtic Nation could appeal against Colin McMenamin’s dismissal in Tuesday night’s Cumberland Cup tie with their skipper and top scorer set to be ruled out of the title race and the Cumberland Cup final.

Last updated 3 April 2014
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Penrith fired up for Celtic Nation cup clash

Matt Henney photo Penrith boss Matt Henney has challenged his players to fire themselves up for tonight’s Cumberland Cup semi-final tie.

Last updated 1 April 2014
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Table-topping Celtic Nation hit Hebburn for six

Colin McMenamin  photo Hebburn Town 0 Celtic Nation 6: Celtic Nation went six points clear at the top of the Northern League with a 6-0 win at Hebburn Town after opening the scoring in the sixth minute.

Last updated 31 March 2014
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Penrith's good run ended by Billingham Synthonia

Penrith AFC 1 Billingham Synthonia 3: Penrith's good run came to an end after a disappointing display against Billingham Synthonia last night.

Last updated 27 March 2014
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Celtic Nation boss waits on McShane clearance

Nathan Luscombe photo Celtic Nation boss Willie McStay hopes to secure international clearance for former St Mirren and Hamilton Accies forward Jon McShane after Nathan Luscombe joined the injury list.

Last updated 27 March 2014
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Unisun A and Gretna draw in bottom of table clash

Sunday football photo The battle between Carlisle Sunday league Premiership clubs Unisun A and Gretna SC for three vital points to avoid relegation ended in a 2-2 stalemate.

Last updated 26 March 2014
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Celtic Nation's Jim Paterson insists they'll fight to the end despite setback

Jim Paterson photo Celtic Nation midfielder Jim Paterson insists they haven’t thrown in the towel despite another major set-back in the Northern League title race.

Last updated 25 March 2014
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Heartbreak as Celtic Nation held to draw by title rivals

Celtic Nation photo Celtic Nation 3 Spennymoor 3: Celtic Nation smashed through the 1,000 attendance barrier as ‘The Big One’ lived up to its billing with a six-goal thriller.

Last updated 24 March 2014
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Penrith boss Henney eyeing top 10 finish

matthenneypr PENRITH boss Matt Henney hopes his team’s stunning turnaround in fortunes can secure a top-half finish in the Northern League.

Last updated 20 March 2014
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Atkin strike sets Celtic Nation on road to latest victory

Newton Aycliffe 0 Celtic Nation 2: Celtic Nation eased to their 24th league win of the season and set themselves up for Saturday's huge home game against Spennymoor with a composed three points at Newton Aycliffe.

Last updated 20 March 2014
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Moorhouse made to work hard for three points

Sunday football photo Moorhouse moved further away from the Carlisle Sunday League Premier basement by beating fellow strugglers Parkland 2-1.

Last updated 19 March 2014
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Celtic Nation midfielder Moore ruled out for two weeks

Daniel Moore photo Celtic Nation have suffered a major blow after midfielder Daniel Moore was ruled out for two weeks, ending his hopes of facing his old club Spennymoor in Saturday’s potential title decider.

Last updated 19 March 2014
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Gareth Southgate to deliver coaching workshop in Penrith

England Under-21 head coach Gareth Southgate is to deliver a demonstration to Cumbrian coaches in Penrith.

Last updated 18 March 2014
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Rigg nets again as Penrith beat Consett

Penrith AFC 2 Consett 0: Penrith gained their second home victory in five days, to give them welcome breathing space in their bid to move away from the relegation zone and make optimum use of their games in hand.

Last updated 17 March 2014
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