FOLLOWING a “frustrating” draw against Barrow Raiders, Workington Town will look to bounce back and win a crunch game against West Wales Raiders.

Workington Town’s head coach Chris Thorman said: “The Barrow game, watching it back, reviewing it, disappointed.

“The referee finds a way to disallow two tries. Cain Barnes’ sin binning was a key decision.

“I’ll be critical of my team if I think I need to be critical of them.”

But he added that for a period in the game Workington were the better team.

“The incidents I highlighted had a frustrating impact on the result.”

Workington will look to refocus after the 24-24 draw away when they face West Wales at home on Sunday July 4.

Thorman said: “You can’t allow for other games to affect your preparations as frustrating as they are.

“We’ll prepare for this West Wales game. There’s a couple of injuries I need to have a look at and I’ll select a 21 man squad that will do the job.”

He added that atmosphere is everything now that spectators have returned.

“Anyone that goes down to Derwent Park on a match day, they have a great day. They have a socialise with their mates and get to watch great rugby league.”