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Oldham Chronicle
Home woe for RoughyedsOldham RL 30, Workington Town 32 OLDHAM RL crossed five times - but finished u
Home woe for Roughyeds
Oldham Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
Oldham RL 30, Workington Town 32 OLDHAM RL crossed five times - but finished up on the wrong end of a narrow defeat at home to Kingstone Press Championship basement boys Workington Town at Bower Fold. Trailing by eight points at the break, Scott... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
REMEMBER WHEN: Barrow and Rochdale battled for promotionand Barrow were already champions of Division Two. But it was no end-of-season
REMEMBER WHEN: Barrow and Rochdale battled for promotion
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 3 days ago
and Barrow were already champions of Division Two. But it was no end-of-season picnic with Rochdale needing a win to pip Workington Town for second place and Barrow smarting from a heavy defeat at Hull the previous week. Barrow, with their pack... Read more
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Oldham Chronicle
Roughyeds signing swooploan and extended the loans of Leigh hooker Lewis Foster and Castleford centre
Roughyeds signing swoop
Oldham Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
loan and extended the loans of Leigh hooker Lewis Foster and Castleford centre Kieran Gill to the end of the season. Turner and Mendeika won't play against Workington Town at Bower Fold on Sunday (3pm kick off), but Foster and Gill are in the sq... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Featherstone Rovers Newsmoved level on points with fifth-placed Bradford Bulls with Sunday’s 44-22 win
Featherstone Rovers News
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 3 days ago
moved level on points with fifth-placed Bradford Bulls with Sunday’s 44-22 win against the Championship’s bottom team Workington Town at Big Fellas Stadium.Featherstone FEATHERSTONE Rovers’ top-four hopes are in tatters after they suffered an... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
A taste of the world in WorkingtonRoad will remain closed until 10pm on Sunday night. The festival will be on be
A taste of the world in Workington
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 4 days ago
Road will remain closed until 10pm on Sunday night. The festival will be on between 10am and 6pm today and 10am and 4pm on Sunday. The festival is also being backed by Workington town council and the Washington Squar... Read more
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The News and Star
Festival under way in WorkingtonRoad will remain closed until 10pm on Sunday night. The festival will be on be
Festival under way in Workington
The News and Star / Posted 4 days ago
Road will remain closed until 10pm on Sunday night. The festival will be on between 10am and 6pm today and 10am and 4pm on Sunday. The festival is also being backed by Workington town council and the Washington Squar... Read more
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The News and Star
Coward in for TownKris Coward has returned to the Workington Town ranks ahead of Sunday's Champio
Coward in for Town
The News and Star / Posted 4 days ago
Kris Coward has returned to the Workington Town ranks ahead of Sunday's Championship trip to Oldham. Coward takes the squad back up to 21 for coach Phil Veivers to select his side for the final league match before the start of the Super Eights. The... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Sixth formers join clean up effortand affects areas including river banks. The event was organised by Workington
Sixth formers join clean up effort
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 4 days ago
and affects areas including river banks. The event was organised by Workington Nature Partnership, a joint venture between Workington town council and Allerdale council which aims to improve natural areas in and around the town. The sixth formers... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
£2,500 raised in memory of Wilf HarrisonWorkington Town raised £2,500 for Melanoma UK in memory of the club's former ch
£2,500 raised in memory of Wilf Harrison
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 5 days ago
Workington Town raised £2,500 for Melanoma UK in memory of the club's former chairman Wilf Harrison at the weekend. Town wore a special kit for the derby with Whitehaven, which was designed by Wilf's 13-year-old grandson Harrison. And after the... Read more
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The News and Star
£2.5k raised in memory of WilfJackson. "The auction went really well with a couple of the shirts going for a
£2.5k raised in memory of Wilf
The News and Star / Posted 5 days ago
Jackson. "The auction went really well with a couple of the shirts going for a lot of money. "Wilf did a lot for Workington Town over the years and was also chairman at one point. "So it was nice to do something for his family by raising... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
New Workington play area opensA new play area in Workington has officially opened. The £25,000 project at Mo
New Workington play area opens
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 6 days ago
A new play area in Workington has officially opened. The £25,000 project at Moorclose was funded by Workington Town council. The site, off Lady Court, was opened by the town mayor Joan Wright today. Children from St Gregory's school attended the... Read more
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Oldham Chronicle
Oldham 'hopeful' over new additionsOwen did enough to suggest Naylor could have a clean bill of health for Sunday'
Oldham 'hopeful' over new additions
Oldham Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
Owen did enough to suggest Naylor could have a clean bill of health for Sunday's final game of the regular season against Workington Town at Bower Fold (3pm). Looking to complete beat-the-deadline signings, chairman Chris Hamilton added: "We are... Read more
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The News and Star
Mossop: Derby was one of the best games everderby clash was one of the best games he has ever played in. Mossop crashed ov
Mossop: Derby was one of the best games ever
The News and Star / Posted 6 days ago
derby clash was one of the best games he has ever played in. Mossop crashed over out wide with two seconds to go to bring Workington Town level on points with Whitehaven in the Championship clash. Then Jarrod Sammut's touchline conversion handed... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Village cleaned up by teamat the Wave Centre at 10am. The streetscene team led a clean up at Town Quay i
Village cleaned up by team
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 8 days ago
at the Wave Centre at 10am. The streetscene team led a clean up at Town Quay in Workington last month helped by staff from Workington Town Council, Mind in West Cumbria, locals members of national group Conversation Volunteers and the... Read more
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The News and Star
Veivers hails Town 'heroes' as they pull off last-gasp derby victoryWorkington Town boss Phil Veivers hailed his players as heroes as they pulled o
Veivers hails Town 'heroes' as they pull off last-gasp derby victory
The News and Star / Posted 8 days ago
Workington Town boss Phil Veivers hailed his players as heroes as they pulled off a last-gasp victory over neighbours Whitehaven. Town won a full-blooded derby 30-28 thanks to a Jason Mossop try with two seconds left on the clock and then Jarrod... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Moorclose Boxing Club ready to celebrate first birthdayis a professional boxer who has just come back to Cumbria after a spell in Aust
Moorclose Boxing Club ready to celebrate first birthday
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 8 days ago
is a professional boxer who has just come back to Cumbria after a spell in Australia. He has joined the coaching team at Workington Town Boys’ And Girls’ Club with the club’s first female coach Katie Clark, 32, of Salterbeck, who has boxed for... Read more
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The News and Star
Controversial homes bid back on boardis partly within the boundaries of the applicant's existing house on Ellerbeck
Controversial homes bid back on board
The News and Star / Posted 10 days ago
is partly within the boundaries of the applicant's existing house on Ellerbeck Lane and is also used for grazing horses. Workington town council are among those objecting, insisting that the issues of "over development and loss of residential... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Workington Town's bid to secure its legacyWorkington Town is offering fans a chance to purchase shares and secure the leg
Workington Town's bid to secure its legacy
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 11 days ago
Workington Town is offering fans a chance to purchase shares and secure the legacy of the historic club. Directors are launching the new Workington Town Legacy initiative to ensure the future of the club, after recent financial problems. And they... Read more
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Oldham Chronicle
Owen fitness fillip for Oldhamwon't play at Bradford on Sunday (3pm) and he might miss the final game of the
Owen fitness fillip for Oldham
Oldham Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
won't play at Bradford on Sunday (3pm) and he might miss the final game of the regular season against bottom-club Workington Town on Sunday, July 24, but he should be available for selection again in the first Shield game two weeks... Read more
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The News and Star
McAvoy: No motivation neededWorkington Town forward Liam McAvoy declared no motivation is needed for the pl
McAvoy: No motivation needed
The News and Star / Posted 13 days ago
Workington Town forward Liam McAvoy declared no motivation is needed for the players to take to the field against Whitehaven on Sunday. McAvoy, who will be available for selection after serving a one-match ban, says this game is crucial to their... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Free entertainment planned in towna set of indie-pop covers on acoustic guitar. The performance is part of a fre
Free entertainment planned in town
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 15 days ago
a set of indie-pop covers on acoustic guitar. The performance is part of a free summer entertainment programme provided by Workington Town Council and Allerdale council. Free performances will take place at The Hub on Saturdays throughout the... Read more
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The News and Star
Late try sets up Town's third win of seasonDelighted Workington Town coach Phil Veivers paid tribute to the second half de
Late try sets up Town's third win of season
The News and Star / Posted 15 days ago
Delighted Workington Town coach Phil Veivers paid tribute to the second half defensive effort that led to victory against Dewsbury Rams. Town picked up their third win of the season, snatching a 22-20 victory from the jaws of defeat in the final... Read more
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The News and Star
Town leave it until late to beat RamsWorkington Town left it to the last minute to snatch a dramatic victory over De
Town leave it until late to beat Rams
The News and Star / Posted 15 days ago
Workington Town left it to the last minute to snatch a dramatic victory over Dewsbury Rams at The Zebra Claims Stadium. The visitors were winning 20-16 with two minutes left on the clock when up stepped Matt Gee to power over the tryline to level... Read more
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The News and Star
Veivers ready for Dewsbury testWorkington Town coach Phil Veivers says his side can expect a physical game aga
Veivers ready for Dewsbury test
The News and Star / Posted 17 days ago
Workington Town coach Phil Veivers says his side can expect a physical game against Dewsbury tomorrow. The Zebra Claims Stadium outfit remain bottom of the Kingstone Press Championship having lost 44-22 to Featherstone last weekend. The club have... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Leeds set to complete signing of Ormondroydup order from HM Revenue and Customs. In his column in the match day programme
Leeds set to complete signing of Ormondroyd
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 17 days ago
up order from HM Revenue and Customs. In his column in the match day programme for last weekend’s home game against Workington Town, Campbell admitted he has “some tough decisions to make over the next few weeks”. Rovers are sixth in the... Read more
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The News and Star
Haven to face up to new Aussiehalf-backand Halifax. Whitehaven will early start as underdogs against the Bulls but it
Haven to face up to new Aussiehalf-back
The News and Star / Posted 18 days ago
and Halifax. Whitehaven will early start as underdogs against the Bulls but it’s results in the subsequent games against Workington Town and Sheffield which are likely to have more influence on their Championship survival hopes. Whitehaven have... Read more
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The News and Star
Town stars asked to take a pay cutWorkington Town players have been asked to take a pay cut by club directors. T
Town stars asked to take a pay cut
The News and Star / Posted 18 days ago
Workington Town players have been asked to take a pay cut by club directors. The club says income streams are drying up and vice chairman Mark Fryer is urging fans and local businesses to get behind them. Directors met with players earlier this... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Town stars asked to take a pay cutWorkington Town players have been asked to take a pay cut by club directors. T
Town stars asked to take a pay cut
Whitehaven News / Posted 18 days ago
Workington Town players have been asked to take a pay cut by club directors. The club says income streams are drying up and vice chairman Mark Fryer is urging fans and local businesses to get behind them. Directors met with players earlier this... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Workington not included in World Cup bidWorkington Town vice chairman Mark Fryer has slammed the decision not to consid
Workington not included in World Cup bid
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 18 days ago
Workington Town vice chairman Mark Fryer has slammed the decision not to consider the Zebra Claims Stadium for the 2021 World Cup. The Rugby Football League revealed details of its bid for the 2021 tournament late last week and the document included... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Continental festival heading to Workingtonand health groups will offer entertainment and encouragement for people to get
Continental festival heading to Workington
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 20 days ago
and health groups will offer entertainment and encouragement for people to get exercising and get fitter. The international festival is being backed by Allerdale District Council, Workington Town Council and the Washington Square shopping... Read more
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The News and Star
END OF THE ROAD FOR COYLEsaid Todd. There are just three games left in the regulation season – two of t
END OF THE ROAD FOR COYLE
The News and Star / Posted 21 days ago
said Todd. There are just three games left in the regulation season – two of them away, at Bradford and neighbours Workington Town – before finishing-off with a home game against fellow strugglers Sheffield. That will then set-up seven... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Photographers get snappy for awardsvery impressed with the standard of the work. They've all worked really hard."
Photographers get snappy for awards
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 22 days ago
very impressed with the standard of the work. They've all worked really hard." Organisers put on a free exhibition with Workington Town Council earlier this year, called Visualising The Animal. The mayor's choice award was given to Ian Cutts,... Read more
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The News and Star
Rovers run riot to leave Town bottomAfter showing good form early on, a poor defensive performance saw Workington T
Rovers run riot to leave Town bottom
The News and Star / Posted 22 days ago
After showing good form early on, a poor defensive performance saw Workington Town buckle under a relentless Featherstone onslaught, ably led by their half back pairing of Anthony Tackeray and Kyle Briggs. Although badly beaten, Town did show some... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Jolan to star at Maryport Gala Dayfrom Moor Row, who came second in the national television competition, are all
Jolan to star at Maryport Gala Day
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 22 days ago
from Moor Row, who came second in the national television competition, are all on offer. Flimby Brass Band and Workington Town Band will also perform on the day. Thomas Todd, event secretary, said: “There was disappointment that the... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Every Workington Town player stars in Joe's bookA total of 770 players have pulled on a Workington Town jersey since the club f
Every Workington Town player stars in Joe's book
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 23 days ago
A total of 770 players have pulled on a Workington Town jersey since the club formed in 1945. But only one man can claim to have an accurate record of them all, as DANIEL BAKER finds out. JOE Holliday, 72, of Northumberland Street, Workington, is... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
New date for school Olympics eventA new date for the school West Coast Olympics event has been released. CALLED
New date for school Olympics event
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 26 days ago
A new date for the school West Coast Olympics event has been released. CALLED OFF: Workington Town community manager Marnie Jackson The event, due to take place today at Workington Town's Zebra Claims Stadium, was postponed due to the weather on... Read more
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The News and Star
I've never known season like it for injuries, says Workington Town bossWorkington Town boss Phil Veivers has admitted this has been the worst season i
I've never known season like it for injuries, says Workington Town boss
The News and Star / Posted 26 days ago
Workington Town boss Phil Veivers has admitted this has been the worst season in his coaching career for injuries. At present he only has 17 fit players at the club, with two of those still doubtful ahead of this weekend’s trip to... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
School Olympics event postponedTomorrow's West Coast Olympics event has had to be postponed due to the weather
School Olympics event postponed
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 27 days ago
Tomorrow's West Coast Olympics event has had to be postponed due to the weather. CALLED OFF: Workington Town community manager Marnie Jackson Around 3,500 children from all the schools in the West Coast Teaching Alliance were due to converge on... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
School Olympics event postponed due to weatherTomorrow's West Coast Olympics event has had to be postponed due to the weather
School Olympics event postponed due to weather
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 27 days ago
Tomorrow's West Coast Olympics event has had to be postponed due to the weather. CALLED OFF: Workington Town community manager Marnie Jackson Around 3,500 children from all the schools in the West Coast Teaching Alliance were due to converge on... Read more
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The News and Star
Workington Town unable to hang on against Swinton in scrappy gameWorkington Town 10 Swinton Lions 10: Workington Town will look at this clash wi
Workington Town unable to hang on against Swinton in scrappy game
The News and Star / Posted 29 days ago
Workington Town 10 Swinton Lions 10: Workington Town will look at this clash with Swinton Lions as two points lost as opposed to a point won. In a messy game, with errors from both sides, Town should have had the match sewn up but they let their... Read more
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The News and Star
Veivers disappointed as Swinton fight back denies Workington Town winFrustrated Workington Town boss Phil Veivers admitted their draw with Swinton L
Veivers disappointed as Swinton fight back denies Workington Town win
The News and Star / Posted 29 days ago
Frustrated Workington Town boss Phil Veivers admitted their draw with Swinton Lions was a point dropped. Veivers said he believed Town had the opportunity to take the game but they underperformed at crucial times. In the end both sides took a point... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Bike shop to close after 22 yearsA bike shop that has been in Workington town centre for over 20 years is to clo
Bike shop to close after 22 years
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 29 days ago
A bike shop that has been in Workington town centre for over 20 years is to close next month. Ann and Ian Cale are retiring from running Workington's Bike Bank for 20 years to travel round Europe. pic Tom Kay Wednesday 22nd June 2016... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Countdown to Seaton carnival beginsWalsh, Lola-Star Dawson, Lydia Iley, Annabell Weaver and herald Callum Hill wil
Countdown to Seaton carnival begins
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 29 days ago
Walsh, Lola-Star Dawson, Lydia Iley, Annabell Weaver and herald Callum Hill will all be in the procession. Dance troupes, Workington Town Band and members of Claire Ferguson School of Acro and Dance will also perform on the day. The procession... Read more
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The News and Star
John Patrick returns to injury-hit Workington TownWorkington Town have snapped up their former centre John Patrick to help them t
John Patrick returns to injury-hit Workington Town
The News and Star / Posted a month ago
Workington Town have snapped up their former centre John Patrick to help them through their current injury crisis. Patrick answered an SOS from his former club this week after they were struck by further injury blows to Sam Forrester and Tee Ritson,... Read more

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