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Thursday, 05 March 2015

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Haven lad committed to Town

Jamie Doran photo

Despite being a Whitehaven lad, Jamie Doran insists that his heart is in it for Workington after making his debut on dual-registration in Sunday’s 33-6 win over Doncaster.

Rugby union latest

Wigton beaten again

North One West strugglers Wigton remain at the bottom of the league after their 49-5 defeat to table toppers Birkenhead Park.

Rugby league latest

Penrith start slow but make it four in a row

Penrith overcame a slow start to maintain their hold on fourth place in North One West with a 43-3 win over Warrington.

Amateur football

Struggling Wheatsheaf boosted by shock victory

Wheatsheaf eased their relegation fears with a shock 4-2 win at Second Division leaders Longtown.

Whitehaven RL latest

Haven try-scoring ace Calvert’s fit again and raring to go

calvo1 Whitehaven star Craig Calvert insists he is ready to do his bit for the club after making a recovery from an achilles injury.

Workington Town latest

Workington Town's Fifita gunning for best pal in Broncos clash

Latu Fifita photo Workington Town’s Australian import Latu Fifita is targeting his best mate ahead of this weekend’s game against London Broncos.

Other sports

Cumbrian racer gets Team GB world championships call-up

Simon Lawson photo Cumbrian wheelchair racer Simon Lawson has been named in Team GB for the marathon at the IPC World Championships.


Big-hitting Ben Stokes lights up Big Bash on debut

benstokesphilrostron Cumbria's World Cup cast-off Ben Stokes gave England’s selectors a reminder of his talents with a big-hitting half-century on his Big Bash debut for Melbourne Renegades.

Workington Reds latest

Workington Reds won't appeal over skipper's sending off

Dan Wordsworth photo Workington Reds won’t be appealing the red card that skipper Dan Wordsworth picked up in the club’s 2-1 victory against Frickley Athletic.


Do shops refusing to serve alcohol and tobacco to underage youngsters deserve praise?

Yes, at least we know some reputable retailers are looking out for our kids

No. It's the law. Do all people who abide by the law now qualify for a pat on the back?

Makes no difference. Underage drinkers and smokers will get what they want somewhere else

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