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Amateur side, Kells, took on the might of Toronto Wolfpack last night at Whitehaven's Recreation Ground. But despite some excellent defensive play they were eventually well beaten 6-56.
Tomorrow Whitehaven are at home to Dewsbury Rams and Workington Town play host to London Broncos. Both games start at 3pm.
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England all-rounder Ben Stokes is set to appear in court on an affray charge, on the same day he was expected to return to international cricket in a Twenty20 match in New Zealand.
Avon and Somerset Police confirmed that Stokes is due at Bristol Magistrates' Court on February 13, following an incident outside a nightclub in the city in September.
The 26-year-old from Cockermouth, who missed the Ashes after being suspended from playing for England, is accused of affray alongside two other men.
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Cumbrian cricketer and England all-rounder, Ben Stokes, says he is 'keen to have an opportunity to clear my name', after being charged with affray.
It follows an incident outside a nightclub in Bristol in September.
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Cumbrian cricketer Ben Stokes has been charged with affray after a fight outside a Bristol nightclub.
The incident, which happened in September, left a man with a fractured eye socket.
The England all-rounder missed the Ashes series, with the England and Wales Cricket Board stating he would not be considered for England 'until further notice'.
The 26-year-old has been charged along with two other men, Ryan Ali and Ryan Hale.
A CPS spokesperson said:
The CPS was passed a file of evidence by Avon & Somerset Police on 29 November in relation to an incident of disorder in Bristol city centre. Further material was subsequently received in late December. Following a review of all the available evidence, the CPS has today (Mon 15 Jan) authorised the police to charge three men with affray in connection with the incident.
“Ben Stokes, 26, Ryan Ali, 28, and Ryan Hale, 26, are all due to appear before Bristol Magistrates’ Court on a date to be fixed in relation to this charge."