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Monday, 03 August 2015

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Dominant Workington Comets maintain unbeaten home record

Speedway photo

Workington Comets 56 Sheffield Tigers 33: Workington Comets mauled Sheffield Tigers as they romped to their biggest winning margin of the season in a dominant 56-33 home victory.

Workington Reds latest

Workington Reds turned over by Consett in friendly

Lee Andrews photo Workington Reds slipped to a disappointing 2-1 defeat away at Consett AFC on Saturday as the new season draws closer for the west Cumbrians.

Workington Town latest

We still have a job to do, warns Workington Town's Sammut

Jarrod Sammut photo Workington Town half-back Jarrod Sammut has reminded his team-mates that they still have a job to do when they return to action in the Super 8s next weekend against Batley Bulldogs.

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

Penrith boss to look at trialists in Workington Reds friendly

Matt Henney photo Penrith boss Matt Henney is set to run the rule over a number of trialists in tonight’s friendly against Workington Reds.

Other sports

Farrell and Miller selected for World Championships

Cumbrian athletics duo Nick Miller and Tom Farrell have been selected for next month’s World Championships in Beijing, it has been confirmed.

Workington Comets latest

Workington Comets have title record hopes dashed

Speedway photo Workington Comets’ hopes of clinching a record sixth Premier League Fours title were dashed by an early exit at the semi-final stage.

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