Whitehaven half back Brett Seymour insists the team's not panicking ahead of this weekend's season opener against Halifax.
The team is currently without a coach after Steve Deakin resigned from the post on Sunday.
Investigators say that the cause of the fire in the energy centre of the new West Cumberland Hospital was "most likely" accidental.
Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service and independent investigators have been working to ascertain what started the blaze on 23 January 2015.
They say the investigation is going well.
“It is a complex, technically demanding investigation involving large amounts of physical and data evidence. The investigation team is working exceptionally well together utilising experts from a wide field of specialities.
“I can confirm that the current evidence we have indicates that the most likely cause is an accidental fire within the Energy Centre. The investigation will continue as we methodically attempt to pinpoint the exact cause.”
Kate Walby meets the Year 9 pupils who experienced a careers day set up in the style of speed dating.
The Beacon Museum will receive more than £900,000 from the Coastal Communities Fund.
Penny Mordaunt, from the Department for Communities and Local Government, claims the investment will help create an attraction that will be visited all year round.
A local school has held a careers day with a bit of a difference in an effort to make it more fun for those involved.
St.Benedict's School in Whitehaven has set up a classroom full of professionals and given each of its Year 9 pupils ten minutes to grill them on their job.
The structure is similar to that of speed dating.
The school hopes that it will open up the pupils to the possibility of careers that they may never have considered.
A major revamp of The Beacon museum in Whitehaven will go ahead after confirmation of a £1.3million funding package.
The museum will receive more than £900,000 from the Coastal Communities Fund.
The remaining £400,000 was awarded by the Copeland Community Fund last year.
The new design will include a conference and learning centre, and work is due to begin this year.
The staff at the West Cumberland Hospital have been praised by the Trust's chief executive following Friday night's fire.
Anne Farrar has thanked staff for working to ensure that no patients were affected by the incident, including those who volunteered to come from home if they were needed.
She has also paid tribute to Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service.
“I would like to thank our staff for the outstanding commitment they have shown over the past few days.
"I spent Saturday going round West Cumberland Hospital to talk to staff and whilst everybody was understandably upset, they were all also wonderfully determined that the future is still very bright for the hospital.
“I would also like to thank the Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service for their quick action on Friday night to ensure the fire was controlled as quickly as possible.”
Whitehaven's Civic Hall is open for business, after its controversial closure fifteen months ago.
Copeland Borough Council is in talks with several businesses interested in moving in.
One company, Inspira, has already used it for a careers event, and is expected to begin a short-term tenancy in February.
Les Morgan, Project Director for new West Cumberland Hospital