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Workington sign Barrow Island star

Workington sign Barrow Island star

Workington Town have signed highly-rated amateur centre Perry Singleton. Singleton, 22, joins the club from Barrow Island, where he has enjoyed domestic and international success. He played for the England Community Lions U18’s and recently captained the BARLA Lions Under 23

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Castleford youngster joins Workington on loan

Castleford youngster joins Workington on loan

Castleford Tigers teenager Conor Fitzsimmons has joined League 1 outfit Workington Town on a season-long loan. The versatile forward joins the Cumbrian outfit after an impressive year, which saw him represent England Academy and play twice for Castleford’s first-team, including

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Ritson commits to Workington

Ritson commits to Workington

Workington Town have received a boost ahead of their return to League 1, with star winger Theerapol Ritson agreeing to stay with the club. Ritson made 21 appearances for the Cumbrians last season, scoring five tries, and won three trophies

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Veivers leaves Workington

Veivers leaves Workington

Workington Town will begin life in League 1 under a new head coach, after Phil Veivers left the club on Sunday. The club confirmed that Veivers would not stay due to ‘financial constraints’. Town director Mark Fryer said: “Unfortunately one

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Martyn Sadler: What next for Cumbria? Updated

For years, the state of Rugby League in Cumbria has been a topic that has generated plenty of interest from around the sport. However, the debate is currently gaining more interest than ever after Workington and Whitehaven suffered relegation to Kingstone

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Veivers wary of coach-less Whitehaven

Veivers wary of coach-less Whitehaven

Workington head coach Phil Veivers is taking a cautious approach in the build-up to Sunday’s all-or-nothing clash against Whitehaven. After leap-frogging their Cumbrian rivals, Whitehaven have sacked head coach James Coyle and put the quartet of Scott McAvoy, Carl Forster,

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Veivers hopes both Cumbria clubs survive

Veivers hopes both Cumbria clubs survive

Workington coach Phil Veivers believes both Town and Whitehaven need the other to survive relegation from the Championship. Veivers’ men picked up a dramatic 30-28 victory over their bitter rivals as Jarrod Sammut’s conversion following Jason Mossop’s try secured the

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Cumbria derby a must-win for Workington, says Veivers

Cumbria derby a must-win for Workington, says Veivers

Workington head coach Phil Veivers considers this weekend’s contest with fierce rivals Whitehaven as a must win game. The third Cumbria derby of the season arrives with both clubs occupying the relegation places in the Championship. Workington’s victory over Dewsbury

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Three teams that need to win at Summer Bash

Three teams that need to win at Summer Bash

Sheffield Eagles It’s been a pretty dismal year for the Sheffield Eagles, who have struggled to adapt to life as a full-time team. Nine defeats in 14 matches league matches have left the Eagles eight points adrift of the top

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Workington hope to keep Gee

Workington hope to keep Gee

Workington coach Phil Veivers is hoping to secure an extension to forward Matty Gee’s loan before Thursday’s deadline for next weekend. That would allow the Salford youngster – who impressed in his first month with Town – to feature against

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