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  1. That's correct they don't. Sticking them to something else plastic does unfortunately. Cheers Gary
  2. Hi Mr Frisky It's all happening over the next week . I think the club has been looking for the right solution to making the name plates 'outside proof ' Also some people stipulated both on the share purchase and the seat donation that they wanted it absolutely low key foe a number of reasons As it seems that you are unhappy with your nameplate donation, please message me with your details and I'll contact you to hopefully resolve.
  3. Hi. I'm very surprised at that as sponsorships is the lifeblood of the club. Message me your details . Who you approached and I'll find out why
  4. Please put Saturday 4th March 3PM in your diaries. We'll be officially handing the players their 2017 season jerseys at the club. Town legends will be presenting them. All fans, sponsors , supporters clubs welcome. Details to follow shortly. Players sponsors and club sponsors please look out for an official invitation.
  5. GMcK

    DC interview

    Cheers for the comments. I just need to get better at doing the videos. Wind noise is an issue I've found haha
  6. Just to let you known there's a quick interview from last night with Dave Clark over on the Town facebook page
  7. Vice Chairman Mark Fryer and Associate Director Tony Boyd have announced that they are standing down from the Workington Town Board. The pair who have 22 years service to the club between them have been the public face of the rugby club for the last decade. Mark Fryer said ‘’it’s been a difficult decision to make. Being Vice Chair of the club has been the hardest but best thing I’ve ever done. The club is part of me and although I’ll be standing down I’ll still be a fan. Being a Board Member is a privilege but I’ve always said that the Board is only the custodian of the club. Nobody is bigger than Workington Town and that includes the Board and more importantly that includes the players. The club is undergoing a transition after relegation last season and with new directors joining to share the load I feel it’s the right time to stand down and recharge the batteries. I thoroughly enjoyed the recent game against Widnes at Derwent Park as I saw a team of players who were playing for the Town badge with pride and enthusiasm. The time that you have to put in as a director of a sports club is phenomenal. My family have been massively supportive and I’d like to thank them for putting up my absence most weekends for the last 10 years. Tony Boyd joined the Board in 2007 as a fan actively involved in the Travellers Rest Supporters Club. He continues to serve as the Treasurer of the Club which has been raising money to support Town for over 21 years. He was brought on to the board by then Chairman Dave Bowden to strengthen project management and general management expertise. He’s been an ever present at the club ever since and successfully project managed the two World Cup games at Derwent Park in 2013 and the Four Nations match between Scotland and New Zealand in 2016. Tony said ‘’I’m a Town Fan first and foremost. I’ve really enjoyed my time at the club but it’s now time for others to take over the significant responsibility of running Workington Town. I’d like to thank all of the club staff and volunteers for their assistance and friendship over the last 10 years and although I’m standing down I’ll be keeping my involvement with the Travellers Rest Supporters Club and the Town Vice Presidents. Town Chairman Garry Mounsey said ‘’ I’d like to pay thanks to Mark and Tony for their service to the Club. I’m beginning to understand just how much work goes into being a Board Director so to be involved in that capacity for over 10 years each is a magnificent achievement. Tony can often be found at the club at 7 in the morning and will be the last to leave. Mark and Tony are Town through and through. Their guidance, knowledge and hard work will be missed at the club but we know that they’ll continue to help the club in whatever way they can as fans. We wish them both all the very best for the future
  8. Another great night for your diaries. Please support our Club Captain in his testimonial year
  9. Hi Mr Frisky. The names will be on the seats prior to the first league match of the season. Could I ask why the seat number is needed at this point and I'll find out. Have you contacted the club to discuss - they'd be happy to give you an update? Cheers Gary
  10. Ideally it would be the 1000 club haha. Thanks to Scott for running with this. If it gets bigger we can offer more prizes.
  11. They are in the Wigan squad. They represented England Academy and one was the captain. Both made their first team debuts last season. I think they'll be good at any level
  12. http://www.townrlfc.com/article/51790/phil-joseph-signs-for-town
  13. Davies is equally as comfortable at centre . Played there on many occasions
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