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Hindmarch Blow for Reds

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Stephen Hindmarch has quit Skrill North club Workington – for a new life in Canada.

The combative midfielder has been a star name under Ian McDonald in recent weeks, but the Keswick native has opted to heap further pressure on his now former club.

Workington are in the midst of a relegation scrap fighting for points as time runs out.

Hindmarch joins Conor Tinnion, who he played with during a spell in New Zealand, in leaving Borough Park in the last month.

Tinnion was frustrated with a lack of game time under the new regime but Hindmarch has played a pivotal role.

Workington face a bumper Bank Holiday with a trip to Vauxhall Motors on Saturday before hosting play-off chasing Guiseley AFC on Easter Monday.

Wins could move them out of the relegation zone for the first time in months, but defeats would condemn Reds to life in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League.

McDonald is expected to have captain Kyle May and Dan Wordsworth back for both matches.

The pair excelled in the 1-0 win over Worcester City, but missed Tuesday’s draw at Gloucester City due to work commitments.

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