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Sam can’t save the day for St Bees as Celtic run rampant

0803jnrfoot2 HAVING already beaten St Bees 6-0 away this season, Celtic A U10s started clear favourites for this home fixture.

Last updated 8 March 2012
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Festival is biggest yet

0803kids5 AROUND 160 junior school kids turned Whitehaven’s latest rugby league festival in to its biggest for years.

Last updated 8 March 2012
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Ellie and Morgan stand out

THE newly-formed Whitehaven under-12 girls team played their first friendly game at the weekend at the Focus County Ground, Whitehaven against Cockermouth.

Last updated 8 March 2012
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Comfortable victory for Celtic U10s over the Blues

0103jnr ft WITH these two teams at opposite ends of the table, Celtic U10 A won comfortably against Whitehaven Amateurs Blues.

Last updated 1 March 2012
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Lewis leads Egremont in a tough opener

FOR over three months the weather has ruled the roost over Egremont RUFC’s youth squads, with both matches and training badly disrupted.

Last updated 1 March 2012
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Egremont come out on top of battling Arlecdon

EGREMONT welcomed Arlecdon under-14s and under-16s, giving two good open games of youth rugby.

Last updated 1 March 2012
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Hornets stumble in tough Rose Bridge clash

2302horn2 WATH Brow under-16s’ tough trip to Ince Rose Bridge (Wigan) in the National cup, proved to be every bit as difficult as predicted with the West Cumbrians going down 24-4.

Last updated 23 February 2012
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Sporting successes for the teams from St Benedict’s

olympsfb18 A WHITEHAVEN school has been crowned county rugby league champs in two age groups.

Last updated 16 February 2012
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Junior cup game with more thrills and spills than a premiership game

junfoot17feb SILLOTH kicked the game off and early on the busy and quick number eight caused problems, running through and getting away a good effort which fortunately for the Blues, hit the outside of the post - an early warning and let off for the travelling team.

Last updated 16 February 2012
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St Bees continue undefeated season with win over Celtic

0902jnrft2 ST Bees under-9s continued their undefeated season by playing an impressive game against Cleator Moor Celtic in wet and freezing conditions.

Last updated 10 February 2012
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Balancing act at local Sports Centre

0902gym5 A NEW £300,000 aspirational coaching project is offering gymnastics and netball at Whitehaven Sports Centre.

Last updated 9 February 2012
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Youngsters flock to new badminton tournament

THE Penrith & District Badminton League joined forces with the North Cumbria Performance Centre to organise a new tournament last weekend which attracted 64 children.

Last updated 9 February 2012
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Determined Whites make the Monsters work hard for their win

0202jnrfoot2 AN entertaining match at Netherhall saw Whitehaven Amateurs Whites U10s on the defensive for the majority of the first half but holding their own against Maryport Monsters A, and with all the Whites showing great determination they did create a few good chances themselves.

Last updated 2 February 2012
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Feel-good factor sees more local kids tackle the Rhinos

0202rhin6 THE new feel-good factor around rejuvenated Whitehaven helped double the number of kids who turned out for a session with Super League champs Leeds Rhinos.

Last updated 2 February 2012
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Jericho and Bransty youngsters in fine RL form

0202kids4 YEAR 4, 5 and 6 pupils from Jericho and Bransty Schools were displaying their rugby skills in front of the Leeds Rhinos at the weekend.

Last updated 2 February 2012
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Celtic youngsters tackle Morecambe and Carlisle counterparts

2601celtkids CLEATOR Moor Celtic under-9s and under-10s enjoyed a great weekend of football.

Last updated 26 January 2012
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Luke stars as Hornets sting Lions in extra time National Cup thriller

2601BROW3 WARRINGTON Wolves scholarship youngster Luke Davison was man-of-the-match as Wath Brow Hornets Under-16s battled through to the National Cup third round in an extra-time thriller in Yorkshire.

Last updated 26 January 2012
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Stuart faces his toughest test – moulding the next generation of RL stars

2601farrell FOR a vastly-experienced coach who leads the Russian national side, you might think that knocking some of Cumbria’s top teenage rugby players in to shape would be easy.

Last updated 26 January 2012
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Egremont under-14s nil Furness

EGREMONT Rugby Union Club’s under-14s continued their winning ways on Sunday with an impressive victory at Furness by 59 points to nil.

Last updated 26 January 2012
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Whitehaven Amateurs end Celtic’s unbeaten run

1901jnrft WHENEVER these two under-9s teams meet, a cracking match ensues and this was no exception. Celtic arrived on the back of an unbeaten league season so far but found their luck was out against a great Amateurs side.

Last updated 19 January 2012
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