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Workington Town latest

Rugby League back on the map in west Cumbria

Dave Bowden hailed rugby league as “back on the map” in west Cumbria after bumper World Cup attendances at Derwent Park.

Last updated 5 November 2013
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Workington Town star: USA World Cup game now huge

sccarter Scotland may be just 80 minutes away from a dream World Cup quarter-final clash with defending champions New Zealand after yesterday’s 30-all draw with Italy in Workington.

Last updated 4 November 2013
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Fans' warning as Scotland-Italy nears sell-out

Brett Phillips photo Fans are being urged to buy tickets in advance for Scotland’s World Cup clash with Italy tomorrow as the game at Derwent Park is heading for a sell-out.

Last updated 2 November 2013
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Scotland RL's backroom staff kept busy

Busy backroom staff have been working hard to ensure Scotland again hit the World Cup heights tomorrow (4pm) – just four days after their incredible comeback win against Tonga.

Last updated 2 November 2013
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Bowden: Let's break Derwent Park's attendance record again

Dave Bowden photo Dave Bowden wants to break Derwent Park’s 19-year attendance record for a second time in four days when Scotland face Italy on Sunday.

Last updated 1 November 2013
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World Cup call-ups could have knock-on effect for Workington Town

phillipsbros22 Brothers Brett and Callum Phillips reckon their World Cup call-ups could have a knock-on effect for Workington Town next season.

Last updated 31 October 2013
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Scotland raring to go in World Cup clash in Cumbria

Steve McCormack photo Scotland must scale new heights to open their World Cup campaign with a win tonight (8pm), reckons coach Steve McCormack.

Last updated 29 October 2013
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Workington Town stars in match squad for Scotland World Cup game

Rugby league photo Brett Carter and Brett Phillips are set for dream World Cup debuts on home soil after they were named in Scotland’s 19-strong squad to face Tonga at Derwent Park tomorrow (8pm).

Last updated 28 October 2013
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Workington Town star Peter Lupton ready for Wales debut

Peter Lupton photo Peter Lupton is hoping the passionate Millennium Stadium faithful will help Wales open their World Cup campaign with victory on home soil against Italy today (4.30pm).

Last updated 26 October 2013
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Workington Town new recruit Rowlandson will be 'very hard man to stop' - Charlton

Callum Rowlandson photo Workington Town have signed Cumbrian man mountain Callum Rowlandson.

Last updated 25 October 2013
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Workington Town's former Super League star switches codes

Ewan Dowes photo Former Super League star Ewan Dowes has played his last game of professional rugby league but is set to make his home debut for Wigton Rugby Union on Saturday.

Last updated 23 October 2013
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Scotland boss McCormack praises Workington Town trio

Steve McCormack photo Scotland coach Steve McCormack has paid tribute to the three Workington Town players in the Scotland World Cup squad, each of whom enjoyed fine games in the Bravehearts’ World Cup warm-up game against Papua New Guinea.

Last updated 21 October 2013
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Legend Charlton back at Workington Town for World Cup

Workington Town great Paul Charlton will be a special guest at Scotland’s tournament opener against Tonga at Derwent Park – and he is bringing with him the World Cup he won in 1972.

Last updated 19 October 2013
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Workington Town sign Glasson youngster Lucock

Nathan Lucock photo Workington Town have signed highly-promising Glasson Rangers hooker Nathan Lucock and he is relishing the challenge ahead.

Last updated 18 October 2013
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Ticket sales for Scotland RL World Cup games top 12,000

Fans are flocking to support the Rugby League World Cup in west Cumbria with more than 6,000 tickets now snapped up for each of Scotland’s games against Tonga and Italy – well over a week before the action starts at Derwent Park.

Last updated 18 October 2013
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Workington Town's Brett Carter keen to be part of World Cup

Workington Town Brett Carter photo Workington Town full-back Brett Carter is prepared to turn out in any role for Scotland – as long as he is part of their World Cup plans.

Last updated 17 October 2013
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Workington Town star gets Scotland World Cup call-up

Callum Phillips photo Callum Phillips has joined the Scotland Rugby League World Cup 2013 squad as a direct replacement for Batley Bulldogs Gareth Moore.

Last updated 15 October 2013
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Workington Town's Callum Phillips set for late World Cup call-up

Callum Phillips photo Workington Town youngster Callum Phillips and Whitehaven veteran Paul Jackson are set for late call-ups to Scotland’s Rugby League World Cup squad.

Last updated 14 October 2013
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Ex-Workington Town skipper right man for Barrow

Ex-Workington Town skipper Anthony Murray has been hailed a worthy new rival by former team-mate Gary Charlton.

Last updated 12 October 2013
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Workington Town duo in code switch

Carl Forber photo Two Workington Town rugby league players are switching codes in a temporary link-up with Penrith.

Last updated 11 October 2013
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Winter gritters are out treating Cumbria's melting roads. Are we geared for summer's heat?

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