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Tuesday, 23 December 2014

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Kids line up for Ulverston fun run: with picture gallery

50071320B014 SPRIGHTLY young runners displayed speed and determination to tackle to Hoad Hill Harriers Christmas Pudding Fun Run.

Furness schools continue table tennis dominance: with picture gallery

50070949B008 FURNESS schools ruled the roost in the Cumbria Schools Table Tennis Team Championships at St Bernard’s.

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Double trophy success for Ulverston school: with picture gallery

50071063B003 PUPILS have brought home football and athletics trophies after a successful term at Croftlands Junior School.

Barrow infants rule the basketball court: with picture gallery

50071260B000 SCAMPERING infants channeled towering giants of the basketball court in an inter-schools event at Hoops.

Furness gymnasts' medals haul

S54056BB FURNESS gymnasts claimed a haul of medals and ribbons at the Cumbria Intermediate Championships and the Cumbria County Championships in Carlisle.

Gymnastics success for Barrow school

50071416B002 NIMBLE and agile gymnasts did their school proud with a display worthy of its place on top of the podium.

Ulverston boxing night a smash hit: with picture gallery

S55257BB 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.

Late Cook pen earns Barrow AFC victory

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A DISPUTED stoppage-time penalty from Andy Cook handed Barrow AFC a crucial 1-0 home win over Boston United – a 10th straight home league victory that ensures the Bluebirds remain top of the Conference North table. (2 comments)

Barrow aikido players make the grade

50071494B001 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.

England training success for Windermere golfer

50021444T031.jpg HIGH-CLASS amateur Adam Chapman has started his preparation for the 2015 season with a winter training camp in Portugal.

Winners delight in Barrow Awards honours: with picture gallery

50071471B005 TREMENDOUS sporting achievements on and off the field were celebrated at the annual Barrow Borough Sports Awards.

Barrow boxer's heavyweight move a knockout success

50071610B001 REJUVENATED fighter Liam Conroy is looking forward to a big 2015.

Barrow Celtic girls break new ground: with picture gallery

50071000B011 BARROW Celtic broke new ground when they entertained Leigh Genesis in of the Lancashire FA Cup at Newby Terrace.

England Ashes-winning ace guides Furness cricketers: with picture gallery

50070935B002 ASHES-WINNING cricketer Danielle Hazell witnessed the potential next generation of South Cumbria’s cricketers enraptured by the game at Furness College.

Barrow's Saints march to football cup: with picture gallery

50070858B003 THE Gerry Holland Trophy is refusing to budge after a successful mini football tournament at Pulse Soccer.

Ormsgill orienteers on the right path: with picture gallery

50070936B000 A BARROW school are celebrating after finding the fastest route to success in the British Schools Orienteering Championships. (1 comment)

Amateur football

Askam United reserves stun Furness Premier leaders Celtic

50071856B002 ASKAM United dented the title charge of Rifleman’s Garage Furness Premier Division leaders Barrow Celtic by beating them 2-1 at Duddon Road.

Play your cards right at Barrow Bridge Club

50069803B002.jpgfdf 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

Furness bikers race to awards night: with picture gallery

S54539BB A PACKED Victoria Park Hotel honoured the area’s two-wheeled talent at the annual Furness and South Cumbria Motorcycle Sports Awards.

Record numbers for Ulverston 10k: with picture gallery

EM Hoad Hill Harriers Pudding 10k run/50071275B001.jpg A RECORD field braved the storm, which made for a memorable Hoad Hill Harriers Christmas Pudding 10k. (1 comment)

Kids line up for Ulverston fun run: with picture gallery

50071320B014 SPRIGHTLY young runners displayed speed and determination to tackle to Hoad Hill Harriers Christmas Pudding Fun Run.

Ulverston tennis ace's great 2014: with picture gallery

50070768B000 RACKET raconteur Joseph Wilkinson plans to keep climbing tennis’s ratings tree after a stellar year on the court.

Barrow Celtic's history-making siblings: with picture gallery

50070758B000 BROTHER and sister Ollie and Alicia Trewin made club history for Barrow Celtic when they both turned out for the same team.

Furness Cavaliers KO Walney: with picture gallery

50070732B001 FURNESS Cavaliers won the battle of the Barrow and District Junior Football League top two to advance in the KO Cup.

Canoeing glory for South Cumbrian kids: with picture gallery

S52327BB PADDLERS from Duddon Canoe Club capped the most successful season in their history with eight national titles.

RUGBY UNION

Hawcoat lose Upper hand

50071599B004 HAWCOAT Park missed the chance to extend their North Lancs/Cumbria League winning run to three matches with defeat against Upper Eden.

Furness's finest honoured at Cumbria Sports Awards: with picture gallery

50070975B003 THE Cumbria Sports Awards proved to be a fantastic occasion for Furness and the south of the county, with many of our sportsmen and women honoured for their efforts throughout 2014.

Barrow martial arts ace crowned 2014 Cumbria Sports Personality

50067497B002 FURNESS and the south of the county came up trumps in last night’s Cumbria Sports Awards – scooping several major awards.

Inspiring Dalton amputee wins sports award

S53519BB AN ex-service amputee, who is supported by Help for Heroes’ Sports Recovery programme, has won the Adaptive Athlete of the Year award at the annual Army Sports Awards.

New dawn for Walney table tennis Saints

50070839B011 A WALNEY table tennis team have moved from their traditional base and taken on a new name.

Amateur RL news

Ulverston RL pair set for Australian adventure

S55621BB TWO rugby league players are swapping freezing Furness for the milder climes of Australia this winter to test their skills on the other side of the planet.

Furness football clubs back respect for referees campaign

50070873B002.jpgfgdfg PLAYERS, officials and managers discovered just how tough a referee’s job can be when they were given an insight into role by a top official.

Kirkby United looking to the future

50070622B000 A FOOTBALL club with a proud history are looking to build a bright future for many more seasons to come. (2 comments)

Bowls

Ulverston home in on top spot

ULVERSTON Cons are on course for fourth spot in the South Lakeland Financial Consultants-sponsored Furness And District League Division One after a superb 12-2 home win over Askam.

Top world darter to take on Barrow's best

P32175.jpg TWO-TIME World Darts finalist Ronnie Baxter will pit his wits against South Cumbria’s finest arrow slingers next month.

Barrow boxing referee Kevin joins elite bunch

Ryan KEVIN Ryan has seen it all in the boxing ring – first as a fighter, then as referee, judge and supervisor.

Cricket

North Lancs Cricket League extended to four divisions

THE North Lancashire and Cumbria League enters a new era in 2015 with the introduction of four divisions and win-lose cricket.

Bird flies to Grizedale Rally win: with picture gallery

50070738B017 PAUL Bird flew through the forest to claim the honours in the 2014 Coppermines Grizedale Stages Rally.

Paralysed Dalton sports ace is bouncing back

S52258BB WHEN Liam Morris woke up after a horror moto-cross accident last March, he heard doctors tell him he would never walk again. (3 comments)

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