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Sunday, 05 July 2015

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Workington Comets latest

Bad night for Workington Comets riders in league pairs

Ricky Wells photo Workington Comets’ hopes of clinching the Premier League Pairs title for a record seventh time were left in tatters after they exited the competition at the group stage last night.


Sky's the limit for Cumbria's England star Stokes, says legend Flintoff

Ben Stokes photo Ashes legend Andrew Flintoff says big-hitting Ben Stokes can enjoy an even more successful England career than he did.

Workington Reds latest

Workington Reds in good shape for next season, says new boss

Derek Townsley photo New Workington Reds boss Derek Townsley will head into pre-season training next week with the nucleus of last season’s squad having committed to the club.

Rugby league latest

Seaton beat Walney Central to win Cumbria Cup

Miguel Blanco-Charters photo A determined Seaton beat Walney Central 14-10 today at the Zebra Claims Stadium, Workington, to win the Cumbria Cup.

Rugby union latest

Rugby union fixtures released for 2015-16 season

The 2014/15 county rugby union schedule may have just come to a close with Cumbria’s defeat to Leicestershire in the County Shield at Twickenham, but the fixtures for the 2015/16 have now been released.

Amateur football

Cleator Moor in FA probe after stormy cup final

The FA are probing a controversial cup final which has resulted in a west Cumbrian club’s results being struck from the record.

Workington Town latest

Workington Town boss wants improved show against Leigh

Phil Veivers photo Workington Town head coach Phil Veivers wants to see a change in standards from his side in tomorrow’s game against Leigh Centurions.


Is enough being done to save the honeybee?

No. And it is a vital part of Britain's eco-system too

We are taking steps and there is only so much we can do

It is survival of the fittest and we should not interfere with nature

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