We are asking Workington Town and Workington Reds fans to tell us about a memorable match or name their best ever team in a series of features to keep sport alive whilst in lockdown. Here Town fan CALLUM LINFORD talks about a match that stands out in his memory from May 7, 2019:

Hunslet RLFC 28 Workington Town 31

This game stands out for me for many reasons. It was Chris Thorman’s first game in charge of the club after the Leon Pryce reign ended. We were told on the bus we’d only taken 15 players and that turned out to be true so we weren’t expecting a lot.

The atmosphere wasn’t great as we were in a massive rut at the time and you didn’t know whether to expect a drubbing or a tight game. Thankfully we got the latter and came out as winners.

That only told half of the story as a near 40-year-old Fuifui Moimoi played nearly the whole match going from his accustomed position at prop to the dizzy heights of winger. You had the old stagers in Olly Wilkes getting a hat-trick and Penkywicz pulling the strings. It was like watching the Town of 2018. No matter how many times Hunslet scored, Town just wanted to score more.

At 12-0 up after probably as many minutes, you were thinking we’d run away with it. You’d have been mistaken as in typical Town fashion they surrendered the lead to go in at 12-12 after the first 40.

The second half was much the same as the first however, with injuries to both sides and players being put massively out of position, the floodgates opened somewhat with tiring defences.

It was coming down to who wanted it more and when Town stretched out to a 30-18 lead you thought it was game done.

Hunslet wouldn’t let it lie though as quickfire tries brought them back to within six points.

A Jamie Doran drop goal provided a seven-point buffer but a final try from Hunslet had us wiping our brow at full time.

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