Tributes have been pouring in for a Keswick rugby player who has died of an aggressive form of bone cancer.
James Addyman, 23, played for Foundation’s Physical Disability Rugby League and was described by the club as an “influential player”. He carried on playing despite losing his arm and shoulder as a result of the cancer.
The team will retire the number four shirt in James’ honour.
Devastated to hear the sad news that James Addyman passed away earlier. A courageous young man who'll be sorely missed by all here at Carlisle and the wider rugby community.”