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Monday, 27 April 2015

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Whitehaven RL latest

Widnes trio in Whitehaven squad for Featherstone game

Ed Chamberlain photo Whitehaven head coach James Coyle has sent a strong message to his players after picking his 19-man squad for Sunday’s fixture against Featherstone.

Workington Town latest

Wigan's Sutton and Tierney set to line up for Workington Town

Lewis Tierney photo Workington Town have named Lewis Tierney and Ryan Sutton on dual-registration from Wigan Warriors in their side for Sunday’s crucial game against Hunslet Hawks.

Workington Comets latest

Former Workington Comet's local hero Cook back in town

Craig Cook photo Workington Comets will welcome last season’s all-conquering Edinburgh Monarchs to the Zebra Claims Stadium for a tough League Cup clash tomorrow (7pm start).

Rugby union latest

Penrith secure fourth after win at Bolton

Penrith rubber stamped their fourth-placed North One West league finish with a 43-17 win over Bolton, a result which relegated the Lancashire side.

Rugby league latest

Boost for Cumbria Storm

Jordan Johnston photo Cumbria Storm manager Paul Farrell says he is pleased to see a number of academy products making strides in their rugby league careers.


England could build team round Stokes, says Harmison

Ben Stokes photo Former international fast bowler Steve Harmison believes England should build a team around Cumbrian Ben Stokes if they want to.

Other sports

Aston Martin retain Carlisle race driver MacDowall

Alex MacDowall photo Carlisle racing driver Alex MacDowall has his sights set on FIA World Endurance Championship glory after being retained by Aston Martin Racing team for a second season.

Workington Reds latest

Skelton keen for Workington Reds to beat champions FC United

Gavin Skelton photo Workington Reds boss Gavin Skelton believes it is important that his side beat champions FC United of Manchester today to provide momentum heading into the play-offs.


Should Cumbria be afraid of a stronger Scotland?

Not at all. We should rise to all competition with confidence

Yes. Westminster gave Scotland an advantage and now Scotland will use it

General Election scaremongering. There's nothing to fear

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