REFEREE Nathan Johnson found himself the unwanted centre of attention as the Barrow Youth League play-off between Barrow Island and Dalton ended in confusion and controversy. (1 comment)
BARROW AFC Performance Centre are boldly moving forward towards what they hope will be a new era of success. (1 comment)
CARTMEL Races will see an expanded fixture list in 2015 – with four weekends of meetings at the South Lakes track.
RIDERS from as far afield as Belgium and Ireland contested The Lakes Two-Day Trial in South and West Cumbria.
THE amateur football scene is in the midst of a chronic refereeing crisis, which need urgently addressing. (2 comments)
ULVERSTON claimed a tense derby victory over rivals South Lakes to remain unbeaten in the Cumbria League.
TWO goals from in-form Ben Flint propelled South Lakes to a third successive win in North West Division Three North.
BARROW’S greatest rugby league son has been inducted into the sport’s hall of fame. (10 comments)
RUGBY league warhorse Phil Atkinson and ex-Raider Jamie Marshall have joined Ulverston.
BARROW Raiders have renewed their deal with main club sponsor RF Miller for 2015.
A QUARTET of evergreen Barrow and Furness Striders runners will be flying the flag for England at cross country next month.
BOB Atkinson just loves competing. As a runner he has won countless races over the years and has worn an England vest many times.
GREG Richards enjoyed the greatest moment of his career as St Helens beat Wigan in the Super League Grand Final.
TALENTED swimmer Tom Robinson has national success in his sights after being included in a top English programme.
STEEL-FISTED Steve Eilbeck once again stole the show for Barrow Amateur Boxing Club with another impressive display.
BARROW Celtic Under-15s shocked their elder club counterparts to earn victory in the Cumbria Women’s League derby at Newby Terrace. (1 comment)
PAUL Crarey would love for Barrow Raiders to be pushing for promotion next year – but not at the expense of the club’s long-term future.
BARROW and Furness Striders ended their Cumbrian Athletics League season in fine fashion at Whitehaven.
A NEW-LOOK Furness CC Girls team are taking on the best players in the area in the Barrow and District Table Tennis League this season.
GARY Broadbent brought the curtain down on a 30-year club rugby career as Walney won the Cumbria League Top-Four final. (2 comments)
TWO crucial tries from Matty Holmes saw Walney Central lift the Cumbria League Top-Four Trophy.
IT was a day to remember at Craven Park as hundreds of children packed into the ground for the Furness Coaching Association finals day.