Workington Reds have announced the departure of three players whilst confirming their attempts to retain a host of others.

The Borough Park club's retained and released list has been confirmed at the end of the 2023/24 Northern Premier League Premier Division campaign.

Departing Workington at the start of new manager Mark Fell's reign are midfielder Bobby Carroll, forward Lewis Reilly and defender Aidy Roxburgh.

Former Marine man Reilly has been with Reds for the last two seasons.

Ex-Everton prospect Carroll is also moving on after a two-year spell and, like Reilly, played his part in Reds' NPL West promotion season under Danny Grainger in 2022/23.

And ex-Altrincham full-back Roxburgh departs after one campaign with the west Cumbrians.

Incoming boss Fell, speaking on the club website, said he thanked the departing players for their "fantastic contributions and efforts" in their time at Borough Park.

News and Star: Dav Symington is among the players Workington are keen to retain for 2024/25Dav Symington is among the players Workington are keen to retain for 2024/25 (Image: Barbara Abbott)

Workington, meanwhile, say they are in discussions with nine players over their futures at the club.

Reds want to retain top scorer and captain Dav Symington as well as Steven Rigg, Ceiran Casson, Jim Atkinson, Danny Eccles, Brad Hubbold, Jordan Little, Greg McCaragher and Finlay Wallbank.

It is set to be a further summer of change following the retirement of long-serving Reds stars Conor Tinnion, Sam Smith and Scott Allison.

Grainger has stepped down as manager, with his assistant Jamie Devitt also leaving, as former Lancaster City boss Fell takes the reins.