A touring exhibition of rugby memorabilia has arrived in Whitehaven to showcase the history of the sport.
The exhibition includes the ball from the 1954 Challenge Cup final and a shirt from the 1930s.
The display is on at the town's Civic Hall until Thursday.
"It's an exhibition about the whole history of rugby league from the very top, from Super League, all the way down to the local community and school's teams so it encompasses everything that makes rugby league."
St Benedict's High School in Whitehaven has been given the "School of the Year Award" by the Rugby Football League, in recognition of the work it does to promote the sport.
The school boasts a proud history of producing top players for the professional game.
The long awaited Rapley Report will be made public at noon.
The report was commissioned in 2013 by the RFL, Whitehaven and Workington Town Rugby clubs.
It is due to recommend how to take the clubs forward and make them thrive once more.
In recent years both cubs have struggled with attendance figures.
It's thought the idea of merging the two rival clubs into a 'super club' has been discussed.
Yesterday saw the big west Cumbrian derby between Whitehaven and Workington Town.
Local rivalry means this is always a big game but with both clubs fighting the threat of relegation the stakes could hardly have been higher and the stage was set for an epic encounter. For one set of supporters the reality was rather different. Ryan Dollard reports.
Whitehaven have suffered a heavy defeat to Workington Town in today's West Cumbrian Rugby League derby.
Haven were beaten 6-28 in front of more than 1,700 supporters at the Recreation Ground.
The home side looked in danger of ending the game scoreless until a late consolation try gave a hint of respectability to the scoreline.
- Watch all the action from the derby tomorrow on Lookaround at 6pm.
The much anticipated West Cumbrian Rugby League derby between Workington and Whitehaven has kicked-off. See our picture gallery here:Read the full story ›
Both of Cumbria's sides had a tough time in the weekend's Rugby League.
Whitehaven went down to leaders Leigh Centurions, while Workington will feel they should have got more out of their game against Halifax.
Ryan Dollard repors.
In Rugby League Workington Town lost to Sheffield Eagles fourteen points to twelve, despite a strong second half comeback from town.
But Whitehaven managed to chalk up their first win of the Championship season with an eighteen sixteen win over London Broncos. John Paul Brocklebank scoring the crucial try at the recreation ground that lifts Haven off the bottom of the division.
Workington is getting ready for a night of international Rugby league this evening.
After the success of the two World Cup games last year, Derwent Park hosts Scotland versus Wales.
Town's Brett and Callum Phillips are in the Scotland squad and their clubmate Peter Lupton will captain Wales in what promises to be an exciting game out west.
Whitehaven RLFC have appointed former Catalan Dragons boss Steve Deakin as their new coach.
The rugby league coach has been given a two year contract at the club.