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Workington,

town (1991 pop. 25,978), Cumbria, NW England, at the mouth of the Derwent River. Workington has a significant harbor. Industries include iron and engineering works, clothing, and steel mills. Coal mines are in the vicinity.
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NEWCASTLE Thunder put in a masterful display in Betfred League One as they demolished Workington Town 48-10 at Kingston Park Stadium.
It began off the good work of half-back Nick Newman that scythed open the Workington defence and laid the platform for the ball to be worked out wide, where club stalwart Joe Brown was waiting to speed in to get his side of the mark with an unconverted try.
WHITBY TOWN 0 WORKINGTON 1 WHITBY Town produced a below-par display as they fell to a narrow home defeat against struggling Workington.
HUDDERSFIELD Giants will continue to keep an eye on Tyllar Mellor after the young winger signed for Workington Town.
Rugby League: League One CRUSADERS 24 WORKINGTON TN 25 By JOSH PAY NORTH Wales Crusaders came to rue their mistakes as a scrappy affair saw Workington Town edge the game 25-24.
LUKE DENSON'S dramatic 89thminute winner secured all three points for Colwyn Bay in smashand-grab fashion at Workington. It was the Seagulls' first Northern Premier victory for nine games - a run stretching back to October 13 - and was also a first win in charge for manager Kevin Lynch.
Workington were in control from the off with skipper Anthony Wright wasting a decent chance before Pearson pulled off a good stop to deny Scott Allison.
2 WORKINGTON 1 GOALS from Steven Tames and Karl Clair gave Motors all three points in this typical end of season encounter at Rivacre Park.
Workington almost pulled a goal back, only to see a goal bound shot cleared off the line, while another effort flew just over.
GATESHEAD have had a miserable Championship One season and it is unlikely to get any better when they take on title-chasing Workington this evening, writes Alex Hilton.
JUNE TEAM OF THE MONTH: Tommy Johnson (North Wales Crusaders), Craig Calvert (Whitehaven), Jason Mossop (Workington Town), Leon Brennan (North Wales Crusaders), Elliot Miller (Workington Town), Scott Kaighan (Barrow Raiders), Liam Campbell (Barrow Raiders), Paul Cullnean (Whitehaven), Graeme Mattinson (Workington Town), Mark Castle (Doncaster), Liam Harrison (Barrow Raiders), Brett Phillips (Workington Town), Dave Peterson (Workington Town).
Glasgow Tigers skipper Joe Screen surged to a 15-point full house against Workington last night - but couldn't stop his side slipping to defeat.