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Midfielder Kearns leaves Carlisle United

The midfielder has left by mutual consent. Credit: ITV Border

Carlisle United midfielder Danny Kearns has left the club, after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent.

The 24-year-old signed on a two-year deal in July 2014, but went on to make just 12 appearances.

Danny is a great lad but he’s probably one of the players who hasn’t had as much opportunity to showcase himself as he would have wanted.

He was really unlucky with injuries when I first got here but his attitude throughout has been excellent. We’ve reached a compromise agreement which means he can now move on and hopefully further his career.

He wants to be playing football and his opportunities were limited here. I think this suits all parties and it goes without saying we wish him well as he moves on from Carlisle United.”

– Keith Curle, Carlisle United Manager

Woman 'critical but stable' after cow attack

The air ambulance was called to the scene. Credit: GNAAS

A woman is in a critical but stable condition in hospital, after being trampled by cows near Brampton on Sunday 31 August.

North West Ambulance Service called on the help of the Great North Air Ambulance trauma team.

They helped the woman at the scene. She had suffered serious pelvic, chest, head and spinal injuries, and was flown to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle.

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Three charged after Hawick assault and robbery

Police Scotland. Credit: ITV Border

Three men have been arrested and charged in connection with an assault and robbery in Howegate, Hawick, on Sunday 30 August.

The three men are 30, 27 and 19.

They were arrested after a 22-year-old man sustained a serious head injury and was taken to Borders General Hospital for treatment.

The 30-year-old was also charged in connection with break-ins at two business premises in Hawick, which occurred between Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 August.

The three appeared Selkirk Sheriff Court on Monday 31 August.

These types of crimes will not be tolerated in our community and officers conducted robust enquiries in order to trace the suspects swiftly.

I hope this sends a clear message that we will pursue all lines of enquiry to ensure perpetrators are brought before the courts.”

– Sergeant Mark Cranston of Hawick
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