Hall of Fame

The players in the Hall of Fame stretch as far back as the very birth of the club and they would make a fearsome squad in any era. We have highlighted these players as some players are just that little bit more 'Special' than most, but we take great pleasure in thanking every single player who has worn the Blue and White with pride and their contribution to our wonderful club.

Click on each face to read their story!

Who selects the Hall of Fame members?

Who selects the Hall of Fame members?

The Vice Presidents Club.

The Vice Presidents Club was launched in 2005 with current club Chairman Les Smallwood heavily involved with its inception. 

It is an initiative aimed at increasing the revenue streams of the club, with proceeds mainly going to support team building.

The Fee to join this Exclusive Club is £25, with a £10/year renewal, paid in January each year. 

New members receive a Vice Presidents tie (for the men) or a Vice Presidents Broach (for the ladies).

Vice Presidents evenings are held on a regular basis in the Tom Mitchell Lounge, with guest speakers from the Rugby League world, including some of Workington Town’s past favourites, as well as more nationally known personalities. The cost of these evenings is usually £15/£20 and includes a meal.

As mentioned a key privilege afforded to the Vice Presidents, is the choosing of entrants to the Workington Town Hall of Fame. This is done periodically via a voting system at chosen events. 

We currently have 15 Hall of Fame members all listed below, with the latest being Arnold “Boxer” Walker who was inducted in September 2018. These events have proven to be very enjoyable and popular, with places, especially the Hall of Fame Inductions, often in big demand.

Priority for tickets is given to Vice Presidents Club members.
There are however some places available in this exclusive club, and if anyone is interested in joining, please contact Tony Boyd for further information.

Tony’s mobile is: 07850552229

History and Honours.

Find out more about Workington Town's history, head to this section of the website.

http://www.townrlfc.com/coachi...

The Hall of Fame.

Head further down this page and enjoy 15 fantastic stories. Just click on each face to read about some absolute legends!

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