Monday, September 22, 2014
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Castleford Tigers

Competition: Win tickets to Huddersfield v Catalan

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We’ve teamed up with ALCATEL ONETOUCH, sponsors of Super League, to give away two pairs of tickets to Friday’s do-or-die play-off clash between Huddersfield Giants and Catalan Dragons at the John Smiths Stadium (8pm KO). CLICK HERE TO ENTER THIS FREE COMPETITION To enter, which is free, simply subscribe to the Total Rugby League newsletter. Two subscribers will be picked ... Read More »

Competition: Win tickets to Castleford v Warrington

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We’ve teamed up with BRUT, sponsors of Super League, to give away two pairs of tickets to Thursday’s do-or-die play-off clash between Castleford Tigers and Warrington Wolves at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle (8pm KO). CLICK HERE TO ENTER THIS FREE COMPETITION To enter, which is free, simply subscribe to the Total Rugby League newsletter. Two subscribers will be picked out at ... Read More »

The pressure is on St Helens, says Shenton

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Castleford Tigers captain Michael Shenton believes all the pressure is on St Helens in tonight’s mouthwatering play-off encounter, insisting that if they turn up with the right gameplan, they will give themselves every chance of victory. Shenton’s Tigers head to his former employers knowing that a win tonight will give them a week off next week which, after the excursions ... Read More »

Craig Huby: It’ll be tough to leave Tigers

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Castleford prop Craig Huby admits it will be hard to leave the Tigers after twelve years. But he is looking for a new challenge with Huddersfield Giants. Huby, 28, has agreed to a four-year deal with the Giants, beginning next season, after receiving offers from several Super League clubs. The frontrower made his first-grade debut for Castleford as a 16-year-old ... Read More »

Castleford: Luke Dorn ready to end play-off exile

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Castleford full-back Luke Dorn is ready to finally scratch a nine-year itch this weekend when he takes part in the Super League play-offs for only the second time in his career. The Australian was part of the London side that reached the play-offs in 2005, but they were knocked out in week one by eventual winners Bradford Bulls. That is ... Read More »

Super League Stat Pack: Play-offs Round One

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The Super League play-offs kick off this weekend with four blockbuster games – and TotalRL.com are covering every base ahead of each and every match that is taking place. Whether it is individual milestones, club records or even just interesting stats, our stat pack ahead of the play-offs will keep you fully up to date with everything that is happening ... Read More »

Still no Carney for Castleford Tigers

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Castleford Tigers remain without star winger Justin Carney for this Friday’s trip to St Helens, after boss Daryl Powell named an unchanged squad for the second consecutive game. Carney injured his ankle during the Challenge Cup Final defeat to Leeds Rhinos last month, and has not featured since that game. That means it is likely James Clare will continue on ... Read More »

Dragons end Tigers’ leadership dream

Catalan Dragons brought Castleford Tigers’ dreams of winning the League Leaders’ Shield to a cruel end in Perpignan on Saturday, subjecting the Tigers to a 28-6 defeat at the Stade Gilbert Brutus. The first 29 minutes of the game were evenly contested, with neither side finding it easy to break through in a game played in good conditions and fought ... Read More »

Wakefield game a ‘wake-up call’, says Michael Shenton

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Castleford Tigers captain Michael Shenton admits their tight victory against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats last weekend has served as a “wake-up call” for the side heading into the business end of the season, as they look to cement a top two finish this weekend. Victory against Catalan on Saturday will ensure the Tigers finish at least second – with top spot ... Read More »

Top spot would be Powell’s greatest success

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Castleford Tigers boss Daryl Powell admits it would be the greatest success of his career should the club secure top spot in Super League this weekend, eclipsing anything he has done in his illustrious career. The Tigers have been the one true success story of 2014, and are within a whisker of finishing top of the table after 27 rounds ... Read More »