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Old September 11th, 2017, 09:54 AM   #301
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Cumbrian wheelchair athlete wins Great North Run



CUMBRIAN Paralympian Simon Lawson won the elite men's wheelchair race at the Great North Run.

It is the first time the 35-year-old, from Maryport, has clinched first place at the iconic half marathon.

He claimed victory for Great Britain with a time of 44.22 seconds.

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Old September 12th, 2017, 10:02 AM   #302
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Keith Curle: Coventry game will not "make or break" Carlisle Utd's season
Manager says he won't pile pressure on players as he targets improved display




Keith Curle has refused to build up tonight's trip to Coventry as "make-or-break" for Carlisle United as the Blues seek a big improvement.

The manager has also stressed the importance of a united front in the wake of Saturday's poor showing at Accrington.

Curle is expected to make changes to his side tonight following the 3-0 reverse in Lancashire.

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Old September 13th, 2017, 11:51 AM   #303
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Second half surge sees Kendal beat Trafford



KENDAL Town picked up their first home league win of the season on Tuesday with 4-2 victory against Trafford on a wet and miserable night at The Pye Motors Stadium.

The Mintcakes were 2-1 down at half time after goals by Paul Linwood and Scott Sephton cancelled out Connor Gaul’s opening strike for the hosts.

However, a second-half brace by Charlie Bowman and a Rick Sear effort saw Kendal run out comfortable winners.

Both teams created opportunities in the opening exchanges as Seear dragged the ball wide of the left hand post for the hosts, before Trafford’s Aaron Burns forced Will Kitchen into action with the former Morecambe shot stopper parrying the ball away for a corner.

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Old September 14th, 2017, 11:16 AM   #304
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Poole remains unbeaten after topping the bill at Clash of the Titans event



Cockermouth boxer Alfie Poole moved on to a 5-0 record at the latest Clash of the Titans event in Workington.

Held in a marquee at Stainburn, the 21st COTT show saw a mixture of boxing and grappling on offer.

Poole headlined the boxing on offer and put on a show before defeating Newcastle's Jak Johnson via a referee's stoppage.

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Old September 15th, 2017, 11:31 AM   #305
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Kirkby win bragging rights over Kendal



KIRKBY Lonsdale continued their winning start to the season with a 24-14 victory over local rivals Kendal at Underley Park.

Kendal had the kick off on Saturday and found themselves behind early on when from deep in their own half, Kirkby moved the ball quickly to the left where wing Martyn Knapton scorched down the touchline to score.

Kendal narrowed the gap after ten minutes. After his poor pass put the team under pressure, James Gough more than made up for it by taking a penalty quickly and making good ground before feeding Danny Barker, but he did not have the pace to go over. Kirkby, however, gave away a penalty which Glen Weightman put over to narrow the score to 5-3.

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Old September 16th, 2017, 10:37 AM   #306
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VIDEO: What do you think of Carlisle United's season so far? Jon Colman's verdict



It's another big one for Carlisle United today as they battle to get back to winnings ways against Barnet.

The Blues are desperate for a much-needed win at Brunton Park following their recent slump in form.

But how's the season so far looking in the round?

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Old September 17th, 2017, 10:49 AM   #307
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Workington Reds make it back-to-back wins with victory over Hednesford Town



Workington Reds picked up another three points after a scrappy win over Hednesford Town at Borough Park.

A lone volley from the foot of Conor Tinnion proved the difference between the two teams as Reds made it two back-to-back wins at home.

Aaran Taylor pulled off a couple of superb saves in the second half to keep Reds ahead and they now look ahead to Monday when they head to Shaw Lane.

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Old September 18th, 2017, 11:30 AM   #308
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Shaun Miller wonder goal saves Carlisle Utd in the nick of time against Barnet
Stunning strike rescues point as subs bring much-needed improvement




Carlisle Utd 1 Barnet 1: It was a wonderful goal - and maybe also a hint at the ability that many feel remains within this Carlisle squad, yet has been locked away over a few trying weeks.

One touch, to set it up, and then another, to sweep the ball over the Barnet goalkeeper: that description barely does justice to Shaun Miller's overhead volley, which was worthy of winning several games, never mind drawing this one.

From the moment Shamal George aimed the ball forward from a handful of yards outside Carlisle's own penalty area, the ball didn't touch the turf until after it had smacked into Craig Ross' net.

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Old September 19th, 2017, 10:54 AM   #309
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360 IMAGE: Murtagh claims a brace at Carlisle




360 IMAGE: Murtagh claims a brace at Carlisle

Winner Shambra (right) ridden by Tony Hamilton with second place Royal Icon ridden Tom Eaves

Johnny Murtagh was well known for his successful British raids as a jockey and is carving out a similar reputation as a trainer after a double at Carlisle.

Passionatta (11-2) got the ball rolling for the County Kildare handler when he backed up a last-time-out success at Chepstow with a two-and-a-half-length victory in the Watch Racing UK ON BTTV Handicap – despite having unshipped jockey Rowan Scott on the way down to the start.

Murtagh told Press Association Sport: “Something spooked Passionatta from behind.

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Old September 20th, 2017, 10:55 AM   #310
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Penrith move to the top of the North One East table after beating Dinnington



Penrith enjoyed one of their longest away trips when they beat Dinnington 58-10 in North One East.

It put Penrith top of the table after beating a side they had struggled to beat last season.

This time, Penrith had a reasonably easy time of it as the eight-try win and score-line suggests.

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Old September 21st, 2017, 09:55 AM   #311
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Workington Comets rider James Sarjeant apologises for outburst




Workington Comets rider James Sarjeant apologises for outburst

James Sarjeant has apologised to the fans and promoters of Workington Comets after admitting he "lost the plot" during Saturday's meeting against Edinburgh.

Sarjeant has failed to replicate his Ipswich form at Derwent Park since replacing Adam Roynon mid-season and his performances have attracted criticism from sections of Comets' support.

The Yorkshire-born racer's frustration came to a head on Saturday when he removed his helmet and showed his middle finger while passing the grandstand, before throwing his race jacket down as he entered the pits.

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Old September 22nd, 2017, 11:11 AM   #312
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Carlisle Utd: Staging fans forum on radio could help us reach more supporters
Co-owner John Nixon, chief executive Nigel Clibbens and CUOSC rep Jim Mitchell to face questions tonight





Carlisle Utd: Staging fans forum on radio could help us reach more supporters
Co-owner John Nixon, chief executive Nigel Clibbens and CUOSC rep Jim Mitchell to face questions tonight

Carlisle United believe that staging their latest fans' forum on live radio rather than bringing supporters face-to-face with directors will enable them to reach more of their fanbase.

The first such forum of the season is being hosted by BBC Radio Cumbria tonight.

It will see Blues co-owner John Nixon, chief executive Nigel Clibbens and CUOSC representative Jim Mitchell face questions from the public.

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Old September 23rd, 2017, 09:48 AM   #313
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Carlisle Utd boss hoping to get the better of Crewe's Blues old boy Michael Raynes
"We're aware of Michael's strengths and, believe it or not, he has got a few frailties as well," says Keith Curle




Keith Curle hopes Carlisle United can come out on top in their reunion with former Blues defender Michael Raynes today.

The Crewe defender spent the last two seasons at Brunton Park.

And Curle knows the centre-half can be an influential presence at both ends of the pitch this afternoon.

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Old September 24th, 2017, 09:50 AM   #314
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Carlisle United get back to winning ways in emphatic style with 5-0 rout of Crewe



Crewe Alexandra 0 Carlisle United 5: Carlisle United made a stunning return to winning form with an impressive 5-0 thrashing of Crewe.

Captain Danny Grainger led the way with two goals, Reggie Lambe and sub Hallam Hope were also on target - and ex-Blues defender Michael Raynes put through his own goal.

It was Carlisle's biggest win since the last day of the 2015/16 season at Notts County - and a first win in six lifted them to 15th in League Two.

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Old September 25th, 2017, 09:11 AM   #315
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Runners head to popular pub for Stoneybeck 10K




Runners head to popular pub for Stoneybeck 10K


Runners swarmed around a popular pub near Penrith this morning to take part in the third annual Stoneybeck 10K.

Around 170 people registered to take part in the Eden Runners event, which sets off a short distance from the Stoneybeck Inn off the A6.

The 6.2-mile race was sponsored by local firm Traybakers, supplying all finishers with cakes and snacks.

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Whitehaven player-coach Carl Forster relieved as his side edge dramatic League One play-off final against York




Whitehaven player-coach Carl Forster relieved as his side edge dramatic League One play-off final against York

Get in: Whitehaven fans celebrate yesterday's play-off semi-final win over York City Knights

Whitehaven came out on top in the League One play-off semi-final in one of the longest games ever played in rugby league history.

A drop goal from Steve Roper in the 105th minute gave Haven a 21-20 win over York City Knights.

It sets up an all-Cumbrian final next Sunday at Barrow’s Craven Park.

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Cumbrian coaches reject call for tackle ban in youth rugby



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coaches in Cumbria have dismissed calls for tackling to be banned in school rugby.

Writing in a leading medical journal, Allyson Pollock and Graham Kirkwood from the Institute of Health at Newcastle University said that most injuries in youth rugby occur due to the collision elements of the game.

They added that removing collision from school games will "reduce and mitigate the risk of injury" in pupils.

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Old September 28th, 2017, 09:58 AM   #318
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Keith Curle hoping defender Clint Hill's attitude will 'rub off' on his Carlisle Utd team-mates
The former Rangers, QPR and Crystal Palace man made his home debut on Tuesday in the 2-0 loss to Stevenage and, despite the defeat, looked assured in defence




Manager Keith Curle has been impressed with defender Clint Hill’s early performances – and hopes his attitude will “rub off on the changing room”.

Veteran Hill made his home debut in Tuesday’s 2-0 defeat at home to Stevenage, and put in an assured performance, despite the loss.

Blues boss Curle has called on the rest of United’s players, including 19-year-old goalkeeper Shamal George, who was at fault for both of Stevenage’s goals in midweek, to learn from the ex-Crystal Palace and Rangers man.

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Comets team manager warns of the threat of some familiar faces



Workington Comets must be wary of the threat posed by familiar faces when they welcome Peterborough to Derwent Park tomorrow, according to team manager Tony Jackson.

The Panthers boast ex-Comets Ulrich Ostergaard and Simon Lambert in their line-up, while Charles Wright has also been drafted in as a guest for Jack Holder at No.1 for tomorrow night (7pm start).

All three have vast experience of the Workington track and, with former British Champion and Grand Prix winner Chris Harris at No.5, Jackson believes Comets will need to be at their best to tame the visitors.

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Penrith still on the look-out for more firepower as they prepare to host Ryhope CW



Struggling Penrith are still targeting more firepower – having approached 34 strikers!

The Bonny Blues, second bottom in Northern League, Division One, will be desperately looking to pick up a valuable three points this afternoon when they host Ryhope Colliery Welfare (3pm kick-off).

Manager Jim Nichols has been on the look-out for a striker since the departure of last season’s record-breaking goalscorer Martyn Coleman, who linked-up with former Celtic Nation men Mark Boyd and Daniel Moore at Shildon 10 days ago.

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