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a former Celtic kingdom in northwestern England

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It was a disastrous start for the Cumbrians as a cross-field pass from Paterson found teenager Dave Symington, making his first start since New Year's Day, ballwatching in the centre of the park.
The Cumbrians finally managed to break the deadlock when David Symington slipped the ball home.
There was little to choose between the teams after the break but another brace of Broadley penalties guided the Cumbrians home.
But the Cumbrians hit back in the 29th minute when Price slotted home from 12 yards before Richard Keogh, Evan Horwood and Gary Madine missed fine chances to grab a winning goal after the break.
The kick-off was delayed 95 minutes after the Aspatria coach broke down on the motorway and the first-half was of little significance with Luke Thompson kicking two penalties for the Blues and Kristian Borthwick one for the Cumbrian visitors.
After the break Shrewsbury pushed men forward in numbers but the Cumbrians rode their luck, an injury-time goal-line clearance from Mark Birch goal-line clearance denying Shrewsbury the point they deserved.
Together with Cumbrian Colt centre Sandy Kerridge and number eight Mike Raine, they gathered seven tries and five conversions to show Pentrith's intentions of going up.
The Cumbrians boss has plenty of respect for former Newcastle United and Sunderland midfielder Clark, too.
Disappointed Cumbrians manager Gregg Abbott said: "If we had won by 3-1 or 4-1, I don't think Exeter could have complained.
The Cumbrians conjured out an 86th minute decider when Dobie sent a downward header past the diving keeper.
Unfortunately for the Cumbrians, it was their record which hit the skids as the Latics dug out their best performance of the season so far.
The Cumbrians will host their League One rivals on Wednesday after dumping out the Blue Square Premier strugglers.
Barrow keeper Bishop was lucky only to see yellow, when he clearly brought down Vauxhall's top scorer Fearns as early as the eighth minute,but then the Cumbrians had cause to be disgruntled when the referee failed to point to the spot on two separate occasions.
Chief executive Dave Allen suggested the Championship new boys had prior knowledge of the clause but is adamant that the details had not been leaked by the Cumbrians.
MICHAEL BRIDGES inspired Carlisle to a convincing win to move the Cumbrians level at the top.