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Stevenage 0 - 1 Carlisle United

Carlisle United. Credit: PA

Carlisle United have beaten Stevenage 0 - 1 away from home.

The home side almost went into the break ahead when they won a penalty just before half time.

But Carlisle goalkeeper Mark Gillespie made a top save, ensuring the sides went in level.

Tom Miller buried a shot from the centre of the box in the last ten minutes to put the Blues ahead, and they closed out the game to win by a goal.

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'Great atmosphere' as Rugby World Cup comes to Newcastle

In around three hours the first Rugby World Cup game in Newcastle kicks off.

Tens of thousands of fans have converged on the city, and police say the atmosphere has been great so far.

Thousands of fans have arrived. Credit: ITV News
There is a queue for the Fanzone. Credit: ITV News
Fans have arrived with flags... and some special outfits. Credit: ITV News
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Springbok fans flocking to Newcastle

Their side may have had a shaky start to the Rugby World Cup, but South Africa's fans go into today's match against Scotland with their trademark confidence.

The Fanzone in Newcastle is already filling up, ahead of the game at St James' Park this afternoon:

The Springboks are confident. Credit: ITV News
Flags from both countries are being waved proudly. Credit: ITV News
The game appeals to all ages. Credit: ITV News
The Springboks are aiming to flood the Fanzone with their colours. Credit: ITV News

Scotland fans flock to Newcastle for Rugby World Cup

Thousands of Scotland fans have crossed the border to support their team today... against the might of the Springboks.

They've converged on Newcastle, and confidence is high ahead to the clash which could see their team through to the quarter finals.

Scotland fans are out in force. Credit: ITV News
The Fanzone is filling up quickly. Credit: ITV News


Hundreds of Scottish fans to march through Newcastle

The fans will converge on Newcastle. Credit: ITV News

Hundreds of Scotland fans, many of them from the Scottish Borders and Dumfries and Galloway, are expected to march through Newcastle today to support their team.

Scotland take on South Africa in the Rugby World Cup, and could qualify for the quarter finals if they upset the odds and win today.

Around 400 fans are expected to parade from Scotland House to St James' Park, led by a traditional Scottish piper.

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