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Wednesday, 22 October 2014

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Rugby league round-up

Cumbrian women's rugby team could relaunch

A bid to re-launch Copeland Wildcats RL is being explored – two seasons after they pulled out of the women’s new national competition.

Last updated 10 October 2013
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Cumbrian star joins England after Grand Final success

lmoss Old Trafford winner Lee Mossop pledged that Grand Final rivalries were now forgotten and the focus was on lifting the World Cup with England after bringing down the curtain on a glorious career with Wigan.

Last updated 10 October 2013
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Cumbrian Super League Warrior Lee goes out with a bang

wigmossop Jubilant Lee Mossop pledged that he always had faith Wigan would bounce back to victory after their incredible Super League Grand Final comeback against Warrington Wolves.

Last updated 7 October 2013
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Cumbrian Lee Mossop bowing out in style for Wigan at Super League Grand Final

Lee Mossop is eager to make his Old Trafford debut for Wigan in today’s Super League Grand Final – in his 100th and last Super League appearance (6pm).

Last updated 5 October 2013
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Ex-Kells youngster Jamie Doran signs new Wigan deal

Jamie Doran photo Ex-Kells amateur Jamie Doran has signed a new one-year deal with Super League giants Wigan Warriors – after helping their Under-19s win the Academy Grand Final.

Last updated 4 October 2013
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Purdham and McDermott at dinner in aid of Workington Town

Former international Rob Purdham will come face-to-face with his old boss at the Travellers Rest Supporters Club Sportsman’s Dinner next week.

Last updated 3 October 2013
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Cumbrian Lee Mossop in England RL World Cup squad

Lee Mossop photo Lee Mossop will get the chance to head to his new life in Australia as a World Cup winner after being named in England’s squad for the huge end-of-season tournament.

Last updated 2 October 2013
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Brave Maryport stunned in Cumbria League top four final

Hat-trick hero Andy Litherland came off the bench to grab glory for Walney Central in a thrilling Cumbria League Top-Four Trophy final against Maryport at Craven Park.

Last updated 1 October 2013
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500 points haul takes Aspatria's Johnson into record books

Aspatria Luke Johnson phoyo Luke Johnson made it into Aspatria’s record books at the weekend, becoming the first player to score 500 points for the club.

Last updated 30 September 2013
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Wath Brow close in on National Conference leaders

Wath Brow Hornets moved to within two points of the National Conference League leaders after a superb one-point victory over one of their biggest rivals.

Last updated 30 September 2013
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4,000 tickets sold for each RL World Cup game in Workington

Dave Bowden photo Eager Cumbrian fans are to flock to Scotland’s World Cup clashes at Workington with bumper gates to dwarf figures set when the tournament last visited Derwent Park 13 years ago.

Last updated 28 September 2013
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Maryport will not treat Grand Final as cup warm-up

Gary Murdock photo Treble-chasing Maryport will not treat Sunday’s Grand Final against Walney Central as a dress rehearsal for their forthcoming Cumbria Cup final meeting pledged spokesman Mark Foster.

Last updated 27 September 2013
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Tonga World Cup squad packed with big names

Tonga will travel to Workington for their World Cup clash against Scotland with a power-packed side after naming a preliminary train-on squad bursting with big names from the Aussie NRL and Super League.

Last updated 26 September 2013
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Neil Frazer and Les Ashe named as new Seaton coaches

Ashe and Frazer photo Former Workington Town and Whitehaven pro Neil ‘Gus’ Frazer and ex-Haven and Town No 2 Les Ashe have been handed the unenviable job of lifting Seaton out of the doldrums.

Last updated 25 September 2013
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Ex-Whitehaven coach rules himself out of Barrow return

Paul Crarey photo Ex-Whtiehaven and Barrow Raiders coach Paul Crarey has ruled himself out of contention for a return to the vacant hotseat at Craven Park.

Last updated 25 September 2013
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Wath Brow teen signs four-year contract with Wigan

Jake Moore photo Wath Brow Hornets teenager Jake Moore has joined Super League giants Wigan Warriors on a four-year pro deal.

Last updated 25 September 2013
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Wignall and Scott hat-tricks help Kells to victory

Hat-tricks from Jonathan Wignall and Luke Scott ensured that Kells had the edge over their derby rivals Hensingham on Friday night.

Last updated 23 September 2013
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Maryport beat Distington to set up Cumbria Cup final against Walney Central

Maryport will take on Walney Central in the BARLA Cumbria Cup final after beating a defiant Distington outfit.

Last updated 23 September 2013
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Kells clinch National Conference Division 3 title with home win

leeks22 Kells sealed the NCL Division Three title following a superb 14-6 home win against Underbank Rangers on Saturday.

Last updated 23 September 2013
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Maryport's injured BARLA star Forrester facing spell on sidelines

Sam Forrester photo Unlucky Sam Forrester is facing a long stint on the sidelines after suffering a serious shoulder injury in the final moment of BARLA Great Britain’s tour to Australia.

Last updated 21 September 2013
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