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Lincoln boost play-off hopes at Carlisle’s expense

Posted Tuesday, April 03, 2018 by PA25 hits

Lincoln boosted their hopes of securing a Sky Bet League Two play-off place at the expense of 10-man Carlisle with a 1-0 victory at Brunton Park.Matt Green’s 16th goal of the season ended Carlisle’s eight-game unbeaten run although the Cumbrians may feel hard done by after referee Robert Lewis awarded and then rescinded a second-half penalty.The Imps move up to fifth in the standings...Full Story »

Carlisle to check on Jamal Campbell-Ryce ahead of Lincoln clash

Posted Sunday, April 01, 2018 by PA49 hits

Carlisle will monitor the fitness of winger Jamal Campbell-Ryce ahead of the home clash with Lincoln.Campbell-Ryce was expected to be involved in Good Friday’s game at Cheltenham after recovering from a calf injury but he did not make the bench.Reggie Lambe will hope to feature more prominently having returned unscathed from international duty only to come on for the closing moments of the...Full Story »

Carlisle edge out Cheltenham at Whaddon Road

Posted Saturday, March 31, 2018 by PA30 hits

Jamie Devitt’s second-half penalty was enough to earn in-form Carlisle a battling 1-0 win at Cheltenham.The result keeps the Cumbrian’s play-off hopes alive as they made it eight matches without defeat.Cheltenham looked the more likely winners for long spells at a wet Whaddon Road, but Carlisle’s backline stood firm.And in the 73rd minute, substitute Hallam Hope was brought dow...Full Story »

Curle pleased to see plans pay off as Carlisle continue hunt for play-off spot

Posted Saturday, March 31, 2018 by PA41 hits

Carlisle boss Keith Curle felt his side executed their game-plan perfectly in a battling 1-0 win over Cheltenham. Jamie Devitt’s second-half penalty was enough to separate the sides at Whaddon Road and extend Carlisle’s unbeaten run to eight matches.The result kept the Cumbrians’ play-off hopes alive, moving them to within four points of the top seven with six matches left.&ldq...Full Story »

Carlisle pegged back by Cambridge

Posted Sunday, March 25, 2018 by PA35 hits

Carlisle extended their unbeaten run to seven games but it was a case of two points lost as a 1-1 draw with Cambridge did little for their play-off hopes.Richie Bennett gave the Cumbrians the lead, only for George Maris to strike straight back for the Us as the game came alive in the second half.Carlisle looked the more dangerous attacking team in the early stages, with Hallam Hope and Jamie Dev...Full Story »

Jamal Campbell-Ryce set for Carlisle return

Posted Friday, March 23, 2018 by PA49 hits

Carlisle are hoping to have Jamal Campbell-Ryce available for their League Two clash with Cambridge.The experienced winger has missed the last two matches with a calf injury but returned to training last week and is expected to be added to the squad.Carlisle will, though, be without both Reggie Lambe and Kris Twardek, who are away with their national teams. Lambe is on duty with Bermuda while Tw...Full Story »

Karlan Aherne-Grant double earns Crawley a draw at Carlisle

Posted Sunday, March 18, 2018 by PA39 hits

Karlan Aherne-Grant’s second-half brace earned Crawley a share of the spoils after coming from 2-0 down at Carlisle.Richie Bennett and Hallam Hope scored either side of the break to put the hosts 2-0 up, but the Cumbrians’ play-off ambitions were dealt a blow as Crawley staged a battling comeback.Hope cut in from the left and saw his initial effort blocked by Mark Connolly before he ...Full Story »

Carlisle winger Jamal Campbell-Ryce back in contention for Crawley clash

Posted Friday, March 16, 2018 by PA43 hits

Jamal Campbell-Ryce could be part of Carlisle’s squad for the match against Crawley.The winger has returned to training having missed last weekend’s draw with Exeter due to a calf injury.Ashley Nadesan came off the bench to score against the Grecians and is pushing for a starting spot.Tom Miller, Kelvin Etuhu, Jason Kennedy and Nicky Adams are all still missing.Crawley will be withou...Full Story »

Exeter boss Paul Tisdale satisfied with a point against Carlisle

Posted Sunday, March 11, 2018 by PA33 hits

Exeter manager Paul Tisdale felt a draw was the fair result as his side’s League Two clash with Carlisle ended 1-1. Tisdale’s side went in front after 42 minutes through Dean Moxey, but Carlisle grabbed a deserved equaliser 19 minutes after the break when Ashley Nadesan capitalised on Jake Taylor’s error.Carlisle, who had won their last four games, always looked the more likely...Full Story »

Carlisle keep unbeaten run going with point at Exeter

Posted Sunday, March 11, 2018 by PA16 hits

Exeter and Carlisle had to settle for a share the spoils after an uninspiring 1-1 draw at St James Park.Dean Moxey gave the hosts the lead three minutes before the end of a first half which saw the Grecians lose two players to injury.But Carlisle took advantage of a defensive error to equalise through substitute Ashley Nadesan in the 64th minute and extend their unbeaten run to five games.The ho...Full Story »

Exeter City vs Carlisle - Exeter without suspended Kane Wilson

Posted Friday, March 09, 2018 by PA64 hits

Defender Kane Wilson is suspended when Exeter face fellow League Two promotion rivals Carlisle.Wilson was sent off for two yellow cards in City’s most recent fixture, the win at Grimsby.Exeter have no injury concerns as they seek a third successive win.Grecians manager Paul Tisdale said: “They’re in form at the moment. They need to be respected.”Carlisle will be seeking a...Full Story »

Carlisle boss Curle praises team unity

Posted Sunday, March 04, 2018 by PA30 hits

Carlisle manager Keith Curle praised the unity that is driving his team’s run towards the Sky Bet League Two play offs.Ground staff and volunteers shifted tons of snow from Brunton Park and got their reward in the shape of a 2-0 win over struggling Grimsby.Even the parents of one of Carlisle’s player, Kris Twardek, joined in the snow-clearing battle after travelling over from Canada....Full Story »

Carlisle close in on play-offs

Posted Sunday, March 04, 2018 by PA41 hits

Carlisle rewarded the efforts of ground staff and volunteers with a 2-0 win over Grimsby to claim their fourth straight win.Tons of snow were removed from Brunton Park to ensure the Sky Bet League Two game went ahead and goals from Hallam Hope and Mark Ellis moved Carlisle to within three points of the play-offs.On the flip side, Carlisle’s victory meant more bad news for the Mariners and ...Full Story »

Keith Curle has several concerns before Carlisle host Grimsby

Posted Thursday, March 01, 2018 by PA39 hits

Carlisle boss Keith Curle will assess his walking wounded before he names his team for Saturday’s Sky Bet League Two clash with Grimsby.Several players are carrying knocks as the Cumbrians look for a fourth straight league win.However, midfielder Mike Jones resumed after illness and injury as a half-time replacement for Kris Twardek in last Saturday’s 1-0 victory at Yeovil, while ski...Full Story »

Carlisle boss Keith Curle heaps praise on Hallam Hope

Posted Sunday, February 25, 2018 by PA26 hits

Carlisle manager Keith Curle praised Hallam Hope for his role in the 1-0 Sky Bet League Two victory at Yeovil.The Cumbrians striker cut inside from the left flank to score the only goal of the game in the second half at Huish Park.“You could say it was a textbook finish. If you show him too much he will bend that ball in the far corner,” Curle said.“I thought Hallam was going t...Full Story »

Hallam Hope strike enough for Carlisle

Posted Sunday, February 25, 2018 by PA36 hits

Hallam Hope scored the only goal of the game as Carlisle claimed a third successive Sky Bet League Two victory with a 1-0 win at Yeovil.Hope’s strike came in the 48th minute after he was given too much time on the left flank to cut inside and send the ball into the far corner.The Carlisle striker almost made it 2-0 with a near-identical strike shortly afterwards, this time hitting the base...Full Story »

Graham Westley calls Barnet’s defeat to Carlisle ‘a devastating result’

Posted Wednesday, February 21, 2018 by PA37 hits

Barnet boss Graham Westley described his side’s 3-1 loss to Carlisle as “a devastating result”.The rock-bottom Bees went ahead in the 50th minute but the away side hit back with three goals to take the win.Ricardo Almeida Santos headed in from Ryan Watson’s corner to give Barnet the lead.John Akinde then blazed a penalty over the bar on the hour mark and he was left to ru...Full Story »

Carlisle fight back to see off Barnet

Posted Wednesday, February 21, 2018 by PA17 hits

Carlisle came from a goal behind to beat Barnet 3-1 in Sky Bet League Two on Tuesday.After creating plenty of chances, the home side took the lead through Ricardo Almeida Santos, who headed in from Ryan Watson’s corner.John Akinde blazed a penalty over the crossbar on the hour mark and he was left to rue that miss as the Blues hit back to claim all three points.Carlisle manager Keith Curle...Full Story »

Richard Brindley to be assessed by Barnet ahead of Carlisle clash

Posted Tuesday, February 20, 2018 by PA77 hits

Bottom club Barnet will check on Richard Brindley ahead of the Sky Bet League Two clash against Carlisle.Defender Brindley is a doubt after a knee problem forced him off during the second half of the 1-1 draw against Accrington on Saturday.Midfielder Ruben Bover has missed the past two matches with a hamstring problem, so the Spaniard will be assessed again, while goalkeeper Jamie Stephens also ...Full Story »

Carlisle manager Keith Curle pleased to ‘tough it out’ for Chesterfield points

Posted Sunday, February 18, 2018 by PA38 hits

Carlisle manager Keith Curle stressed the points were more important than the performance as his side claimed their first win from four matches with a 2-0 victory over Chesterfield.Kelvin Etuhu gave the hosts a first-half lead and – after Chesterfield’s Louis Reed has seen a goal disallowed – John O’Sullivan sealed the points with a late strike.Curle said: “We had t...Full Story »

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