Three of Workington Reds' former Carlisle United contingent have extended their spells at Borough Park.

Steven Rigg, Keelan Leslie and Liam Lightfoot have become the latest players to confirm they are remaining at the club.

The Cumbrian duo will be part of Danny Grainger's squad next season as Reds push for success in NPL West.

Reds, meanwhile, have also announced that Robbie Hebson has signed up for the new campaign.

Forward Rigg, 29, joined Workington last year after a spell with Dover Athletic and is a former Carlisle team-mate of manager Grainger.

The versatile Leslie, meanwhile, joined the west Cumbrian club last term after spending the first half of the season on United's professional books.

News and Star: Keelan Leslie (photo; Amy Nixon)Keelan Leslie (photo; Amy Nixon)

On former Penrith man Rigg, manager Grainger said: "Riggy had a stop-start season last year but I can't wait to see him back to his best and having a huge impact on the team.

"I have played alongside him and know what he can bring to this team."

Leslie - who turns 19 today - joined Workington permanently last season after an initial loan spell from Carlisle, and Grainger told the club website: "Keelan is a fantastic young player and I'm really looking forward to working with him."

Reds later announced that Hebson had also agreed to remain at Borough Park.

Grainger said: "Robbie is a good young player who has had a bad couple of seasons with injuries but I still fully believe he can have an impact on this team.

"He has the hunger and desire I want at the football club."

That was followed by news that another ex-Carlisle player in Lightfoot was staying at the club.

Rigg, Leslie, Hebson and Lightfoot join Cieran Casson, David Symington, Scott Allison, Jim Atkinson, Dan Wordsworth, Conor Tinnion and Matty Clarke in committing to Workington for the 2022/23 campaign.

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