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Carlisle United come off a two week lay off to face Exeter City away on Saturday.
The blues have struggled away from home this season and manager Keith Curle admits that they are in a relegation battle this season. He does believe though that his side are not too far away from turning things around, and a positive result at the weekend would go a long way to starting that process.
This month marks the 60th anniversary of Great Britain winning the Rugby League World Cup.
Among the team were two Scottish Borderers - the late great captain David Valentine, a former Hawick Rugby Union player, and Jedforest's David Rose.
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40 years ago Carlisle United were enjoying their one and only season in the top flight of English football. But that season is also notable for another reason. Following United's away game at Spurs a few people met up in room of a London pub to talk about the game and their club.
It was the inaugural meeting of what would become the London Supporters Club. An organisation that is a powerful fundraiser for the club as well as ensuring a healthy United contingent at games far down south.
Ryan Dollard has been to meet the man whose bright idea to get Cumbrian ex-pats together in the capital has gone on to thrive.
We also spoke to Simon Clarkson, the current chairman of the Carlisle United Supporters' Club London branch. We asked him if last season's relegation and this season's troubles had affected membership.
40 years ago while Carlisle United were flying high in the first division Michael Houghton had the idea to meet like-minded fans in London and set up a branch of the Supporters Trust in the city.
The branch is a major fundraiser for the club and has 300 members. Michael says he can't believe how big his small idea has grown.
There were some big results in rugby union over the weekend for Borders teams.
Stuart Cameron rounds it all up for us, beginning in National League 1 with high flyers Selkirk.
Carlisle United had the weekend off, but manager Keith Curle insists his team have been training hard for their trip to Exeter next Saturday.
Despite talk that Brad Potts and Kyle Dempsey may leave the club during the transfer window in January the manager insist that he remains hopeful that the pair could still sign new contracts at Brunton Park.
Devota Nyakyoma, 20, from Brampton, has set her sights on competing for her country at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
But it hasn't been an easy ride for Devota - she was born in Tanzania, and orphaned at a young age.
Gregory Hoare went to meet her:
Sonnie Bean, from Dumfries has come 46th in the Flyboarding World Cup.
120 people took part in the event took place in Dubai.
Flyboarding involves using the output from a jet-ski to provide power for a hover board.
Sonnie was hoping to finish in the top 30.