Workington Town winger Sean Sabutey recently sat down for an interview with Workington Academy Radio, where he spoke about his experiences as a rugby league player, and his time coaching students at Workington Academy.
During the interview, Sean spoke about the challenges of being a rugby league player, and the importance of hard work and dedication both on and off the field. He also spoke about the unique experience of playing for a historic club like Workington Town and the pride he feels in representing our community.
Sean’s experience of coaching at Workington Academy highlights the importance of community engagement and the impact that professional players can have on inspiring and mentoring young players. By giving back to the community and helping to develop the next generation of rugby league players, players like Sean can make a positive difference both on and off the field.
Overall, the interview provided a fascinating insight into the life of a professional rugby league player, as well as the positive impact that players like Sean can have on the local community, especially on young aspiring players.