Jake Webster has committed his short-term future to Castleford by signing a new one-year deal. Webster was out of contract at the end of the year but has now agreed to extend his stay in West Yorkshire for another season.
Castleford Tigers have secured the services of Greg Minikin from York City Knights on a two year deal. The 20-year old centre has been at York since 2012 and made his debut in the first team in 2013 against Catalans
Castleford Tigers are believed to be interested in bringing Ryan Hampshire to the Mend-A-Hose Jungle as they plan their squad for 2016. With Liam Finn’s departure to Wakefield confirmed midway through last week, Castleford are on the hunt for someone who
Castleford Tigers have confirmed that Joel Monaghan has joined the club on a two-year deal. Monaghan was released by Warrington Wolves at the end of last season and was linked with a number of other teams before choosing to join the Tigers.
Castleford and England half-back Luke Gale has paid tribute to the influence Castleford’s coaches have had on his career and form in 2015 – and not just head coach Daryl Powell. Gale frequently admitted in the past that a major factor
Castleford Tigers coach Daryl Powell believes that the make-up of his squad for 2016 is looking strong for next season. The Tigers have only confirmed two new faces for next year – Ben Crooks and Greg Minikin – but Gadwin
Castleford Tigers can confirm that Nathan Massey has agreed a new four-year extension with the club, keeping the forward at the Tigers until the end of the 2019 season. Massey joined the Tigers’ at the young age of 15 and has
The Rugby Football League have paid tribute to “Mr Castleford”, Tigers chairman Jack Fulton, who passed away yesterday (Tuesday) at the age of 83. Chief Executive of the RFL, Nigel Wood, said “Quite simply Jack Fulton was Mr Castleford. It is
Castleford Tigers have confirmed that plans for a new stadium in Glasshoughton have received final approval. In February, Wakefield Council approved the planning application, subject to review by Central Government. Over the summer Wakefield Council issued the permission and with the expiry
Four players from league leaders Leeds Rhinos have been selected in the 2015 Super League Dream Team. The team, which is chosen by leading journalists and broadcasters based on the 30 rounds of the regular season, features players from six