Cumbria's England cricketer Ben Stokes has been charged with bringing the game into disrepute following a late-night altercation.Read the full story ›
Fans will pay tribute to Carlisle-born football great Kevin Beattie ahead of Ipswich Town's game with Brentford tonight.Read the full story ›
Tenth episode of a new programme featuring the people and events in the South of Scotland's sporting world. In the final programme of the series we put the spotlight on six young athletes from the Borders and Dumfries & Galloway. All of them have been flagged up by Scottish Athletics as having a real chance to go on to great things.
The UK's biggest cycling race is in Cumbria for the second consecutive day.Read the full story ›
The riders first challenge will see the riders tackle a 14-kilometre uphill route from Cockermouth to Whinlatter Forest.Read the full story ›
Ninth episode of a new programme featuring the people and events in the South of Scotland's sporting world. Queen of the South FC is celebrating its centenary in 2019. We talk to some of the greats from the past including oldest living England international Ivor Broadis, as well as a look behind the scenes at the club, and ask the question, can they make it into the play-offs in this special season?
Carlisle United's assistant manager Tommy Wright has been charged with bribery offences.Read the full story ›
Melrose Rugby Club just missed out on its third piece of silverware this season in an exciting BT Charity Shield match at The Greenyards on Saturday. The home side went down 26-28 at the death to Stirling County. Stuart Cameron reports.
Hundreds of competitors and spectators braved the downpours for the 168th Grasmere Lakeland sports day.
It has only been cancelled in the past during the first and second world wars. It's one of the few events in the Lake District where people can take part in traditional games including Cumberland Wrestling, Fell Running and Hound Trails.
Some events were delayed due to the rain but spirits certainly weren't dampened.
I've been talking to some people today, who are here for the first time, and the first thing they have said after being here for half an hour is 'it's great, there's still this family atmosphere with the children enjoying themselves'.
Does it keep people away? Yes, unfortunately. We haven't got the bigger crowds that we normally expect at this time of day but what the day is all about, the family feeling, it is there.
Lockerbie's three time Olympian has been named British Curling's national coach.Read the full story ›