TOWN boss Anthony Murray has called on fans to 'get behind the boys' this weekend as they head home this weekend after 'a tough month' of May.

The head coach said that the team have been 'really unlucky' not to get wins against some of the top sides in League One last month, after back-to-back games playing the top teams in the league.

Speaking to the Times & Star, Anthony said: "It’s been a tough month of May with playing all the top sides back-to-back.

"The lads have really dug in to improve the performances after the Doncaster result and in all honesty we have been really unlucky not to get back-to-back wins against Oldham and then really unfortunate last week at Hunslet."

The boss has called on all fans to get down to the game against Cornwall this Sunday, June 4 as the club take on Cornwall at Derwent Park.

He said: "The performances have improved and we have been very competitive in the last two hit outs so please get behind the boys on our next home game like you always do - be loud and proud, the boys will appreciate it as do the coaching staff.

"Up the Town!"

The club have been bolstered this week after the signing of a 'talented young Cumbrian' last Friday, May 26.

Jake Bradley has signed for Workington Town for the remainder of the season and for the 2024 season.

In a statement, Anthony Murray said: "We are thrilled to have signed Jake for the remainder of this season and for 2024.

"He is another talented young Cumbrian and fits the bill of what we are trying to build at Workington in our quest to push on as a team and a club.

"Jake has championship experience and can play in a few positions which will add even more quality to our team and more competition for places."

Workington Town RLFC will take on Cornwall RLFC this Sunday, June 5 at Derwent Park with kick off at 3pm.