SPRIGHTLY young runners displayed speed and determination to tackle to Hoad Hill Harriers Christmas Pudding Fun Run.
FURNESS schools ruled the roost in the Cumbria Schools Table Tennis Team Championships at St Bernard’s.
ADAM Roynon will line up in speedway’s Premier League next season with Peterborough Panthers.
THE Evening Mail sports desk team have been busy hoarding away some top-drawer Christmas presents throughout the year – and now is your chance to win them.
PUPILS have brought home football and athletics trophies after a successful term at Croftlands Junior School.
SCAMPERING infants channeled towering giants of the basketball court in an inter-schools event at Hoops.
DIRT bike daredevil Tayla Smith has continued to impress with his speedy moto-cross displays.
FURNESS gymnasts claimed a haul of medals and ribbons at the Cumbria Intermediate Championships and the Cumbria County Championships in Carlisle.
NIMBLE and agile gymnasts did their school proud with a display worthy of its place on top of the podium.
TEAM-MATES put camaraderie to one side and went hell for leather against each other in the boxing ring at Ulverston RL’s fight night.
AFC FYLDE are set for a Barrow AFC Boxing Day invasion. (1 comment)
DAVID O’Brien – Sensei of Takama Hara Aikido Dojo – is an “immensely proud” man after a number of his junior and senior students achieved new grades.
HIGH-CLASS amateur Adam Chapman has started his preparation for the 2015 season with a winter training camp in Portugal.
TREMENDOUS sporting achievements on and off the field were celebrated at the annual Barrow Borough Sports Awards.
REJUVENATED fighter Liam Conroy is looking forward to a big 2015.
A GROUP of enthusiastic coaches descended on Craven Park to take full advantage of a masterclass headed by Barrow Raiders boss Paul Crarey. (1 comment)
BARROW Celtic broke new ground when they entertained Leigh Genesis in of the Lancashire FA Cup at Newby Terrace.
ASHES-WINNING cricketer Danielle Hazell witnessed the potential next generation of South Cumbria’s cricketers enraptured by the game at Furness College.
THE Gerry Holland Trophy is refusing to budge after a successful mini football tournament at Pulse Soccer.
A BARROW school are celebrating after finding the fastest route to success in the British Schools Orienteering Championships. (1 comment)
BARROW Bridge Club has just celebrated its 70th birthday and with a healthy membership they are set to continue for many years to come. So what makes the game – which can trace its ancestry back to the 16th century – so absorbing? LEO CLARKE went down to play a few hands and find out
A PACKED Victoria Park Hotel honoured the area’s two-wheeled talent at the annual Furness and South Cumbria Motorcycle Sports Awards.