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Sugar Ray Leonard: 'Mayweather has the edge'

Here's a taster of the second part of our exclusive interview with Sugar Ray Leonard.

On Lookaround tonight he'll look back on his amazing career as a champion at five weights.

And we'll hear his thoughts on the sport today, including the upcoming superfight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao.

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Community swimming pool saved from closure

Wigton pool was due to close in March.

Wigton's community swimming pool has been saved from closure.

The Wigton Baths Trust was granted ownership of the town's pool by Cumbria County Council on 23 March, and it'll officially run the pool from 31 March.

The council said financial cutbacks meant it couldn't afford to keep it open, and it was due to be closed.

But Alan Pitcher, Chair of the Trust, is confident they've got the financial power to keep it going:

Olympian is special guest at Lanercost Cross Country competition

Brendan Foster started the races at Lanercost Cross Country Credit: ITV News Border

200 schoolchildren competing in the 14th annual Lanercost Cross Country competition were joined by Olympian and Great North Run founder Brendan Foster. The former long-distance runner, who won bronze in the 10,000 metre event at the 1976 Olympics started the races which took place in the fields around Lanercost Priory.

Olympian Brendan Foster started the races Credit: ITV News Border

He founded the Great North Run, which is the biggest annual running event in the UK. The event at Lanercost was slightly smaller, but hundreds of family, friends and even ferrets turned out to cheer on the runners, who were aged between 3 and 11 years old.

A ferret called Stanley was among those cheering on the runners Credit: ITV News Border

Border counties rally returns to its routes for this year

Around 100 rally crews have been arriving in the Borders for the second round of the Scottish Rally Championship. The event is usually held in forests on each side of the border, but there's been big changes for this year.

It's also the first rally in the Borders since three people were killed on the Jim Clark Rally last year- so there's been a lot of emphasis on safety, as Lori Carnochan reports:

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Pupils learn about the rally

Pupils from Howdenburn Primary Credit: ITV Border News

Pupils at Howdenburn Primary in Jedburgh have been learning all about rally. After a safety demonstration, they were allowed up close and personal with the cars.

Jedburgh Abbey Credit: ITV Border News

Jedburgh Abbey will provide a stunning backdrop for the rally's ceremonial start on Saturday morning.

Rally fever hits Jedburgh

Credit: ITV Border News

Around 100 rally crews are arriving in Jedburgh for the Border Counties rally. The event is the second round of the Scottish Rally Championship and is being held across forests around Tweed Valley for the first time since the late 1990s.

Competitors will rally over 45 stage miles, with the quickest driver crowned the overall winner on Saturday afternoon.

The rally is the first to be held in the Borders since three people were killed in June at the Jim Clark Rally. Organisers are urging spectators to listen to all safety marshals and to only stand in designated spectator areas.

Castle Douglas driver Jock Armstrong is favourite going into the event, after winning the season opener, the Snowman Rally, last month. However, he'll face tough competition from five-time Scottish champion David Bogie, aswell as Kirtlebridge's Mike Faulkner.

Stuart Lancaster 'absolutely gutted' over St Bees school closure

Stuart Lancaster has told ITV News he's 'absolutely gutted' about the closure of his former school. The England rugby coach developed his love of the game at St Bees school on the west Cumbrian coast.

Governors announced on Friday the independent school in west Cumbria will close in the summer due to falling students numbers.

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