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Tuesday, 27 January 2015

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Town's Stack delighted to be back

Jarrad Stack photo

Workington Town second-row Jarrad Stack has thanked the club and the fans for their support after making a return to rugby league on Sunday.

Workington Reds latest

Workington Reds defender: Defeat just a blip

gari1508 Gari Rowntree believes Workington Reds’ next match has become even more important following the team’s defeat to Ashton United on Saturday.

Rugby union latest

Penrith suffer as they’re hit by half-hour whirlwind

darrenleephilr Penrith fell to their second defeat in three games in North One West as they were comfortably beaten 40-12 away at Wilmslow.

Workington Comets latest

Redcar Bears first up for Workington Comets

Workington Comets logo Workington Comets’ 2015 campaign revs into action on March 26 at Redcar Bears’ South Tees Motorsports Park in the A66 Trophy.

Rugby league latest

Cumbrian Super League star sets sights on glory with Giants

Shaun Lunt photo Huddersfield star Shaun Lunt is hoping for more of the same from the Giants this season as Super League is going through what the hooker describes as a ‘power shift’.

Cricket

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.

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.

Workington Town latest

Workington Town's Stack delighted to be back

Jarrad Stack photo Workington Town second-row Jarrad Stack has thanked the club and the fans for their support after making a return to rugby league on Sunday.

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