Fans have taken to social media to complain about a delay of over an hour to the start of the Whitehaven RLFC v Workington Town derby.
The delay was reportedly due to items being missing or out of date in the medical kit.
The game was due to kick off at 2pm. Just after 3.15pm the game finally commenced.
"Items missing or out of date in the drug box" are being reported as causing a delayed start to the Whitehaven v Workington rugby league derby.
It's the start of the season but fans have been waiting almost an hour for the match to start.
The father of Joshua Titcombe one of 11 babies to die after failings at Furness General's maternity unit has welcomed an investigation into the Nursing and Midwifery watchdog's handling of the baby death scandal.
The Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has asked the Professional Standards Authority to carry out an independent investigation into the Nursing and Midwifery Council's handling of failings at Morecambe Bay NHS Trust.
The NMC's investigations are still ongoing more than eight years after the first complaints were made linking midwives to poor care at the trust.
An inquiry into failings at the trust by Bill Kirkup fin 2015 found a 'lethal mix' of failings lead to the avoidable deaths of at least 11 babies and one mother.
The inquiry said the midwives at Furness general were so cavalier they became known as “the musketeers”, with a culture of denial, collusion and incompetence.
James Titcombe, who along with a number of parents has campaigned for change said it was a 'relief' to know the 'ineptitude' of the NMC will be properly examined.
Carlisle have taken three points from their away match against Wycombe Wanderers.
United won 2-1 despite going a goal down in the opening minutes.
Carlisle's Proctor and Lambe both went onto find the net in the first half and Keith Curle's side held out for the remainder of the match to secure three points.
Cumbria Police have charged a 23-year-old man with a racially-aggravated public order offence.
Steven Bell from Carlisle was arrested following the Carlisle United match against Grimsby Town on 2 January 2017.
Bell has been bailed and is due to attend North Cumbria Magistrates’ Court on 23 March 2017.
Northern Railway says 5,500 people travelled on its special steam train service over the three days it was in operation.
It was the first steam train to run on a scheduled main line in Britain for almost half a century.
The locomotive ran on the Carlisle to Settle line between Appleby and Skipton.
Part of the route suffered after the floods of December 2015. It was hoped this service would boost tourism near affected communities.