A new spectator telephone number has been introduced for the first time following the Jim Clark rally tragedy last month.
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English cricket continues to fall apart at the seams - and not even Cumbria's finest - Ben Stokes could rescue them at India won the second test at Lords today.
The 23-year old from Cockermouth perished for nought playing an ill-advised pull shot against Ishant Sharma.
After a stellar start to his international career Stokes is actually having a bad time with the bat at the moment.
This was his 6th duck in his last 10 innings for England. India won the match by 95 runs and lead the 5 match series one nil.
Carlisle United remain unbeaten in their pre-season campaign, after a late goal from David Amoo rescued a draw against Barrow at the weekend.
The Blues' next game is at home to Sunderland tomorrow night.
A dozen athletes from the Borders have been congratulated ahead of their Commonwealth Games appearances.
Scottish Borders Council congratulated the 12 athletes who will compete across six different disciplines during the 11 days of action.
– Councillor Vicky Davidson, Scottish Borders Council
"If you take the Borders as a percentage of Scotland's population then we have double the number of athletes from our region that we could have expected.
“I'm sure Borderers will get behind these 12 talented young people in their various competitions and I know many people are looking forward to travelling up to Glasgow from the Borders to see them in action.”
The 12 Borders athletes to compete at Glasgow Commonwealth Games are:
- Lee Jones of Selkirk, Stuart Hogg of Hawick, Scott Wight of Melrose (Rugby 7s)
- Jak Scott of Hawick and Lucy Hope of Crailing (swimming)
- Sarah Robertson of Selkirk (hockey)
- Chris O'Hare of West Linton, Guy Learmonth of Berwick, Libby Clegg of Newcastleton; Sam Kinghorn of Gordon (athletics)
- Grant Ferguson of Peebles (cycling)
- Jo Pettitt of West Linton (netball)
The Kendal teenagers capped of a fantastic week at the USA Cup by making it all the way to their age bracket final yesterday. Although they were eventually beaten 7-2 by the Icelandic side FYLKIR the boys did the region proud, their highlight being a tense 2-0 victory of Mexico's Colegio Vista in the semi final.
Carlisle's David Owen has an unlikely background for someone heading to Glasgow for next week's Commonwealth Games.
The 52-year-old, who works for Sellafield, might be a relative newcomer to representing Team Scotland in his sport, but he has been shooting professionally for 35 years.
With just a few days to go to the start of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, excitement is building among the athletes taking part.
David Owen from Carlisle has been pistol shooting for 35 years but the Games is his biggest competition to date. He only recently started representing Scotland.
Cockermouth's Ben Stokes finished with figures of two for forty on day two of the second test against India at Lord's. India were eventually bowled out for 295 in their first innings.
IBIS Junior FC have secured a victory in their last group game at the USA Cup in Blaine, Minnesota.
The team from Kendal won 9 - 1 to be crowned group winners.
The quarter final will take place tomorrow at 5pm (11pm GMT) against an as yet undecided opposition.
Carlisle's Nick Miller is going for gold at the Commonwealth Games, which gets underway in Glasgow on Wednesday 23rd July. Hannah McNulty went to meet the 21-year-old hammer thrower.
This time next week the Commonwealth Games will be well and truly underway.
Ahead of the games the team from Fiji have arrived in Dumfries, which they are using as a base for their pre-games training.
The athletes were welcomed to the town at a reception last night, and Ryan Dollard was there.