Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Rugby League News

Castleford Tigers

Huby ‘wanted’ new challenge with Huddersfield move

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Craig Huby admits it would have been “easy” to stay with Castleford beyond this season, but says the opportunity of a new challenge with Huddersfield Giants was the driving force behind his move across West Yorkshire. The 28-year-old has signed a four-year deal with the Giants from next season, bringing to an end a lengthy association with Castleford. He says ... Read More »

Clark not ready to start for England, says Saints boss Brown

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St Helens head coach Nathan Brown has urged England boss Steve McNamara to stick with an experienced hooker for the Four Nations later this year, saying that Castleford’s Daryl Clark isn’t yet ready to start for England. There are growing calls for Clark to get the nod and become England’s first choice hooker for the tournament later this year, but ... Read More »

Huby and Millington back for Castleford Tigers

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Castleford Tigers have been handed a major injury boost ahead of their pivotal clash against Catalan Dragons on Saturday, after both Craig Huby and Grant Millington were included in Daryl Powell’s 19-man squad for the game. Huby hasn’t played since the Challenge Cup final – when he featured for the Tigers just two weeks after dislocating an elbow in the ... Read More »

RFL: Challenge Cup crowd invasion investigation continuing

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The RFL is continuing to work with Widnes Vikings, Castleford Tigers, Greater Manchester Police and other agencies in the ongoing inquiry into the crowd disturbances at the Challenge Cup semi-final played at Leigh Sports Village on Sunday August 10. Evidence gathered during the investigation, including detailed video analysis from the pitch invasion that took place at the end of the ... Read More »

Cas sign London Broncos duo Moore and McMeeken

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Castleford Tigers have completed the double signing of London Broncos duo Scott Moore and Mike McMeeken, with both men joining the club on two year contracts. They become the third and fourth players to sign up from the capital, with Denny Solomona and Matt Cook also penning deals to join Cas next year. Former London man Luke Gale is also ... Read More »

Huddersfield Giants sign Craig Huby

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Huddersfield Giants have announced the signing of Castleford Tigers star Craig Huby for the 2015 season, with the prop becoming the Giants’ first new addition for their 2015 season. Huby has been in incredible form for a Castleford side who can still finish top of Super League should results go their way this weekend, with the move across West Yorkshire ... Read More »

Clare and Millington sign on at Castleford Tigers

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Castleford Tigers have confirmed that two of their key squad members have signed new contracts with the club, as James Clare and Grant Millington have both penned fresh deals. Clare has signed until the end of the 2016 season, with the possibility of a further two years on the table should both parties agree, with Millington signing a long-term deal ... Read More »

League Express reporter apologises for Carvell controversy

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A League Express journalist has written an apology to Castleford prop Garreth Carvell and his family after writing a match report that credited a dangerous throw on the former Great Britain star as the best tackle of the game. Phil Hodgson, one of the publication’s most experienced scribes, was at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle on Sunday to report on Castleford against ... Read More »

Castleford in for fourth London Broncos signing

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Castleford Tigers are close to signing Mike McMeeken from London Broncos, according to the Yorkshire Post. The 20-year-old second-rower, born in Hampshire, has reportedly impressed Tigers boss Daryl Powell this season and scored both home and away against Cas in 2014. The talented youngster would be the Tigers’ fourth London Broncos signing ahead of next season, with hooker Scott Moore, ... Read More »

Wembley pain can shape my future, says Sneyd

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Castleford Tigers halfback Marc Sneyd has said that his painful Wembley experience can be used as a motivational tool for the rest of his career. Sneyd endured a torrid afternoon for the Tigers in the Challenge Cup final, being hauled off by coach Daryl Powell after just 26 minutes of their defeat to Leeds, before returning midway through the second-half. ... Read More »