It's not quite golf, and it's not quite football, but a new sports craze is proving quite a hit in our region.
Footgolf is a mixture of the two games, and it's inspiring all sorts of people to swap the football pitch for the fairways.
Ryan Dollard has been to Penrith Golf Centre to find out more.
Shelby Watson, a para-athlete from Dumfries and Galloway, has received a welcome donation.
The 17 year old was received a bespoke helmet that will help her in competitions in the future.
Shelby was raising money in Lockerbie on Saturday to help raise the profile of Scottish Disability Sport.
As part of our Educating Border series, Fiona Marley Paterson visits The Lakes School to look at sport.
Sonnie Bean, from Dumfries has come 46th in the Flyboarding World Cup.
120 people took part in the event took place in Dubai.
Flyboarding involves using the output from a jet-ski to provide power for a hover board.
Sonnie was hoping to finish in the top 30.
Bottom of the League Carlisle United play Shrewbury tonight still searching for a first win of the season, and a new manager.
The caretaker management team say the players need to pick themselves up after Saturday's three nil defeat against Bury and try and turn things around.
Hundreds are taking part in a Spinathon for the Teenage Cancer Trust at Penrith Leisure Centre.
They'll cycle 3656km, the equivalent distance of the Tour de France on spinning bikes.
The Teenage Cancer Trust provides specialist units where young people can be treated together.
He's penned the official biographies of The Beatles and Paul Gascoigne, while his critically acclaimed book "The Glory Game" lifted the lid on the workings of a professional football club.
Now Cumbrian author Hunter Davies has been awarded an OBE for services to literature in the Queen's birthday honours.
Ryan Dollard went to meet him to talk about his life, his home... and - ahead of England's crucial World Cup match tonight - Wayne Rooney.
Cumbrian writer and biographer Hunter Davies has recently been awarded an OBE for his services to literature. He's written about William Wordsworth, Beatrix Potter, Alfred Wainwright and the Beatles.
He's also the official biographer of Wayne Rooney and ahead of England's second World Cup game, we couldn't help but ask him about the football star he knows so much about.
The official biographer of Wayne Rooney, Cumbrian Hunter Davies, says he believes the Manchester United striker would have been a better England player if he'd spent time at a foreign club.
He was speaking ahead of England's vital World Cup tie against Uruguay this evening. Rooney has been criticised by some people for not making more of an impact at the tournament so far.