Cree Lodge Cup 2nd Round
- Mid Annandale v Lochmaben
- St Cuthbert Wanderers v Newton Stewart
South of Scotland League
- Abbey Vale v Dumfries Ymca
- Creetown v Wigtown & Bladnoch
- Lochar Thistle v Heston Rovers
- Nithsdale Wanderers v Edusport Academy
- Upper Annandale v Threave Rovers
Carlisle United will be looking to transfer their league form into football's oldest competition this weekend.
The unbeaten League Two side play non-league side St Albans City in the first round of the FA Cup on Sunday.
The Blues remain 15 games unbeaten in League Two.
We look forward to it as an opportunity for us to progress in the competition - exactly the same as what our preparation and our planning and attention to detail is for every home game or every away game we play in the league."
On a recent visit to Carlisle, FA Chairman Greg Clarke insisted that England players will be able to wear poppies during their Armistice Day game versus Scotland.
FIFA state that no political, religious or commercial logos are displayed on international shirts.
Mr Clarke said:
We'll be wearing poppies at Wembley. I mean, we'd rather come to an agreement with FIFA, so that they're happy with that, but you know, it's inconceivable that the FA won't be sanctioning the wearing of poppies at Wembley.
ITV News understands Fifa Secretary General Fatima Samoura will fly to London this afternoon to meet FA chairman Greg Clarke and others in a bid to resolve the issue.
Mr Clarke added:
We're balancing respect for the fallen and their families. We're negotiating in good faith with Fifa to try and find a solution.
Following on from their now famous 'Mysterious Curle' song, Carlisle fans have taken to Twitter to continue the jokeRead the full story ›
Some of the worlds best powerboat drivers are in the Lake District for the annual Coniston Powerboat Records Week.
Racers try to set world or British record in a variety of different classes, and already this week there's been a great deal of success in near perfect conditions.
Our reporter, Tim Backshall, has been at Coniston Water to soak up the atmosphere:
Double Paralympic gold medallist, Libby Clegg, has been named Scotland's Para Athlete of the Year at the Great Scot Awards.
The 26-year-old from Newcastleton in the Borders, partnered by her guide Chris Clarke, won the T11 100 and 200 metre finals at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
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A week of powerboat speed record attempts takes place this week on Coniston Water in the Lakes.
The 46th Coniston Powerboat Records Week is considered as the world's premier speedboat race.
Top international drivers will battle it out to raise the bar of speed in everything from tiny hydroplanes to Formula 1 catamarans.
Carlisle United manager Keith Curle says his team are now eyeing up who they can beat next after their 3-1 victory over Crawley Town.
The Blues gave the 5,600 fans who'd packed into Brunton Park plenty to smile about after making it 15 games unbeaten in the league.
Despite a 94th consolation goal by Crawley's Mark Connolly, goals from Ibehre, Kennedy and Joyce were enough to secure the three points to keep United second in the table.
Their next game is against St Albans City in the first round of the FA Cup on Sunday 6th November.
Our sports reporter, Ryan Dollard, has been catching up with Carlisle United midfielder Nicky Adams, to get to the bottom of some squad gossip:
We sent our sports reporter, Ryan Dollard, to get to the bottom of some Carlisle United squad gossip with midfielder Nicky Adams: