Coaches Carlo Napolitano and Steve McCormack have been dissecting what happened during this weekend's Rugby League World Cup game.
60 year old Tony Grisedale who was freed by the Algerian army from a siege at a gas-plant is due home on Sunday, his family says.
40 years ago the north west counties were the first provisional team to beat the All Black since 1905.
Scotland International Brett Carter, who scored a try in their opening victory over Tonga earlier this week, talks to ITV Border about how it felt to win the match.
Workers at Tata Steel in Workington are waiting to hear more about the consultation process for employees affected by job cuts.
The firm has announced that 90 posts are under threat at the West Cumbrian plant. It hopes they will be voluntary redundancies.
The organisation, Britain's Energy Coast, which was set up to create jobs prospects in the area, is among the groups trying to help reduce the impact of the redundancies.
Charlie Tonga, coach for the Tongan team who played Scotland last night, explained to ITV Border where his side go from here after losing their first game of the Rugby League World Cup.
The Rugby League World Cup finally came to Wortkington last night as Scotland beat Tonga in a major upset at Derwent Park.
The competition is expected to bring almost a million pounds to West Cumbria and it is certainly being well supported.
Ryan Dollard was at the game last night - watch his lunchtime report below.
Danny Brough, Super League's 'Man of Steel' explains to ITV Border what makes the Scotland's team spirit so good.
Scotland coach Steve McCormack thanks West Cumbria for taking the team into their hearts and helping them to the greatest ever World Cup win in Scotland's history.
Scottish player, and Workington-born, Brett Philips describes Scotland's win in his home town and what it meant to him personally.
There is disappointment in Workington with the announcement that 90 jobs are at risk as Tata Steel announces plans to slash its workforce in the town by a third.
Management say a shrinking order book has forced them to look at cuts.
500 jobs are at risk at three sites, including Workington.
A consultation process will begin shortly and the company says support will be offered to staff.
Katie Hunter reports.
Scotland kicked off their rugby league world cup campaign against Tonga in Workington last night.
Around 7,000 tickets were sold ahead of the match, with around a 1,000 more expected to be sold on the gate.
Ryan Dollard was with the team as they prepared
Watch his full report below.
Workers at Tata Steel in Workington are waiting to hear more about the consultation process for employees that will be affected by job cuts.
The firm announced yesterday that 90 posts will go at the West Cumbrian plant.
The company have said they hope to achieve the losses through voluntary redundancy.