Workington Town are marking the 70th anniversary of the NHS service with an open invitation to their employees.

Town are showing their appreciation “for the wonderful staff within the NHS” by inviting them to Sunday’s home game against Hunslet.

Employees will be admitted free to Derwent Park on the production of their NHS identification.

Leon Pryce said: “I’m very proud to be head coach of a club which does something like this. Everyone of us should be grateful for the NHS and those fantastic people who work in it.

“Thank you to all the wonderful staff who look after us when we are our most vulnerable.”

It’s a good game, too, for the NHS workers to enjoy as Hunslet lie third in the League One table and hosts Town are in fifth.

Hunslet have also strengthened during the week, signing Josh Tonks and Ryan Wright from cash-strapped Keighley Cougars.

Town will have Fuifui Moimoi in the squad, even though he picked-up a two-match ban for a sin-binning offence at Oldham last week.

He had been shown a yellow card for a high tackle and, as a result, the disciplinary panel decided he should miss two League One matches.

Although he is still eligible to play against Hunslet tomorrow, it does mean he will miss the derby game with Whitehaven in a week’s time and also the follow-up fixture, a trip to struggling West Wales.

Town will have Ben Morris in from St Helens as he continues his loan stint with the Cumbrians.

There will also be a second Huddersfield player joining the squad in 22-year-old prop forward Tyler Dickinson, although no-one is available from Leigh.