IT really was a Good Friday for Workington Town, who clinched a last minute win against League One side North Wales Crusaders at Derwent Park.

The game kicked off with a strong defensive set from Town however, fortunes quickly turned as North Wales Crusaders began to dominate the score line.

North Wales' Jordan Andrade scored the first try of the match closely follow by a successful conversion by Danny Moss taking the score board to 6-0.

Another successful try and conversion from North Wales saw the score to 12-0 with just over 10 minutes until half time.

As half time drew closer North Wales Danny Moss successfully converted following another North Wales try, taking the score to 18-0.

Town fired up with less than a minute until half time as Matty Henson crossed the line for their first try of the match.

This was followed by a successful conversion by number 6 Ciaran Walker.

As the game kicked off for the second half, Town again put pressure on the North Wales Crusaders as Matty Henson overpowered the North Wales defence, followed by a successful conversion from Ciaran Walker taking the score to North Wales 18-12 Town.

With only minutes left before the final hooter, Sean Sabutey scored for the Town as the squad evened the board with only three minutes left of the match.

His goal was followed by a fantastic conversion by Matty Henson, with the score board being levelled in the dying minutes of the match.

In a three minute spell that felt like 30, Town fans erupted to get behind the team.

After a mistake from North Wales Crusaders, Town were awarded a penalty with seconds before the final whistle.

As the final whistle sounded and the ground fell silent Cairan Walker converted a penalty in what became a heart-stopping finish and a truly Good Friday for Workington Town RLFC, with the final score being 20-18 to Town. 

The game was also a special one for Town's Jason Mossop who turned out for his 350th rugby league perfomance.