Ball's got thrown around a few times - Downies have momentum coming towards road, moving towards Tesco.
Someone's grabbed the ball and run - towards Sarah now!
Still moving back and forth and up and down on The Green.
Nice to see you Jacko! We've already been in the beck
Surge forward - people are jogging after it, it's moving that fast. Centre of scrum pushing back and forward. There is an ambulance nearby but we're not sure if that's on standby or is completely unrelated.
Moving towards Learning Land now - Uppies taken upper hand but now scrum haqs fallen over.
Ball up in air - now on the Green by the wall - James thinks he's cursed, this is his third Uppies & Downies and the third time it's ended up on the Green.
Scrum now coming towards green - fallen over now and pressed up against hedge.
Still a stalemate at Allerdale House! And now it's starting to rain.
Scrum wrapped itself round the fence behind Allerdale House
Small child just jumped off a ledge and crowd surfed across the scrum - Sarah says it was very entertaining. Although do not try this at home.
toing and froing now - it could be first year the ball actually goes through Allerdale House!
Think Downies have the upper hand, pushing it constantly
scrum pressed against the wall
Players pretty much parallel to Reds ground now
Almost at front door of Allerdale House but Downies pushing it back
Absolute bedlam! says James
Out of beck, heading towards car park it's gone right to end of Allerdale House
Ball is on move, going down the bank, hundreds of people going with it
Scrum of about 25 people, but Sarah's not sure if they're playing or having a committee meeting. Players are gathering round the scrum, looking like they will leg it if the ball comes out of the scrum but it's unclear if the ball will ever be seen again....
Ball briefly came into view and the scrum has moved onto the bank of the beck. This is going to be a long one......
Large crowd lining both side of beck and the scrum's in the beck. Sarah says not a lot happening except she did see one player give another player a quick shoulder massage.
So we've moved about two yards from the throw off point
James nearly got his head taken off as the ball was thrown! It got thrown into the crowd, tossed back and is now in the beck by Allerdale House
Robert Daglish, 34, of Rowrah is throwing off the ball for the 24th time. He's with his wife Jennifer and his 16-month-old son Harry, who will be the next in line to throw off the ball when he's older.
About 300 people are on the Cloffocks and we're waiting for the ball to arrive!
People are starting to gather now on the Cloffocks, getting ready for the throw off.
It's damp and dark out already - a marked contrast from Friday's game when it the sun was shining and it was warm.
Uppies will be looking for a win tonight after Downies took the first victory on Good Friday.
Welcome to the second game in the 2014 Uppies & Downies series. James, Sarah and Tom are out covering the match, which starts at 6.30pm on the Cloffocks in Workington.