Carlisle United hammered Crewe Alexandra on their own turf with a 5-0 victory this afternoon.
The Blues were impressive and clinical at Gresty Road today and Crewe had no answer to stop them in the second half.
Skipper Danny Grainger scored the opening two goals, one via the penalty spot just minutes into the second half.
There were more goals coming in a busy second period from Reggie Lambe and substitute Hallam Hope.
The scoring was completed by an own goal from the former Carlisle defender Michael Raynes.
The girls will play in the ‘Rugby Europe 7s Trophy’ in Andorra this weekend.Read the full story ›
Sammi Kinghorn has won Para-sport Athlete of the Year at the Scottish Sports Awards. She also won Scottish Sportsperson of the Year, making her the first para and track athlete to win the achievement.
Sammi expects to race her first marathon in Chicago on 8 October. She recently came second in the women's wheelchair event at the Great North Run.
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The video sees Mark Beaumont pass some of the region’s most recognisable attractions, activities, and landscapes.Read the full story ›
Forster beat off competition from York's James Ford and Barrow's Paul Crowley to win the award at a ceremony in Manchester last night.Read the full story ›
Carlisle United have started the season with two wins from their first seven games in League Two. You might have expected Keith Curle to be defensive, but here's what he has to say:
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Queen of the South goalie to leave the club.
The Club have confirmed in a statement that Lee Robinson is set to leave.
An agreement with Lee Robinson has been reached and the goal-keeper has now left the club by mutual consent.
Since 2009 the 31 year old has spent three spells at Palmerston during which time we enjoyed success.
Lee played his part in that, including a memorable penalty shoot out in our Challenge Cup win over Partick Thistle. Everyone at the club would like to thank him for his services and wish him every success for the future."
Around 100 drivers are heading to south west Scotland for this weekend's Galloway Hills Rally. It's the final round of the Scottish Rally Championship and is expected to give a boost to the local economy.
The event will be based in Castle Douglas on Saturday 9 September.