Sunday, January 25, 2015
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Castleford Tigers

Castleford announce surge in ST sales

The year started with a bang for Castleford.

Castleford Tigers have announced a huge increase in 2015 early bird season ticket sales. 3575 fans have already snapped up their 2015 Season Ticket two months before the First Utility Super League kicks off. This time last year at the early bird deadline 2565 season tickets had been purchased. This year 3575 sees an increase of over 38%.  This figure ... Read More »

Championship made me a better player, says Crossley


New Castleford Tigers signing Steve Crossley says his time in the Championship has made him a better player ahead of a return to Super League – saying he needed to “get his body bashed about” in the lower leagues. Crossley left Bradford at the age of just 21, before spending time outside of Super League at Dewsbury and then Featherstone ... Read More »

Roberts not interested in break before joining Cas

Ben Roberts

Castleford Tigers new recruit Ben Roberts admits the prospect of an off-season didn’t even enter his mind following the Four Nations, saying he simply wanted to get started on training with his new club. Roberts recently arrived in the United Kingdom following an impressive Four Nations with Samoa, where his performances earned rave reviews. And he said that he was ... Read More »

Cook a better player already at Castleford Tigers


New Castleford Tigers signing Matt Cook admits he is already feeling like a better player with the club, saying he’s had to “sharpen up his skills” to fit into the club. Cook has arrived at the club following a spell with London Broncos, having suffered relegation to the Championship during his final campaign with the club. Cook did spend a ... Read More »

VIDEO: Luke Dorn talks to TotalRL TV


In the latest installment of TotalRL TV, Castleford Tigers full-back Luke Dorn sits down with us to discuss his stellar career so far. Dorn has played for the likes of Castleford and London in Super League, as well as clubs such as Northern Eagles in Australia. He reflects on his path in Rugby League to date, as well as telling ... Read More »

Andy Lynch: Castleford can go one better in 2015


Castleford Tigers forward Andy Lynch is confident the club can go one better in 2015 and emulate their heroics of last season, and he claims that everyone at the club is determined not to be a “one-year wonder”. The Tigers were the big success story of last season, finishing fourth on the Super League ladder, as well as reaching the ... Read More »

Wakefield sign Richard Owen from Castleford


Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have completed the permanent signing of Castleford Tigers winger Richard Owen. The 24-year-old played in the last 14 matches of the season after joining the Wildcats on loan in May and has now signed a three-year contract. “Rich was really good for us in the back half of last season,” said Wakefield coach James Webster. “He fitted ... Read More »

TotalRL TV: We speak to Castleford’s Luke Dorn


After a quite incredible 2014 season, Castleford Tigers full-back Luke Dorn sits down with us to discuss all things Cas – as well as plenty of other issues. Dorn discusses his thoughts on Castleford’s Daryl Clark winning the Steve Prescott Man of Steel award, the Super League Grand Final, and exactly what is in store for Castleford in 2015. To ... Read More »

Daryl Clark fancies a crack at NRL in the future

Daryl Clark stole the leadlines all year.

2014 Steve Prescott Man of Steel winner Daryl Clark admits that, sometime in the future, he would relish the challenge of tackling the NRL – but says that is a few years away from happening just yet. Clark, who will head across the Pennines to take up a deal with Warrington Wolves in 2015, cites himself as a “massive” supporter ... Read More »

Daryl Clark wins 2014 Steve Prescott Man of Steel Award

Daryl Clark stole the leadlines all year.

Castleford Tigers hooker Daryl Clark claimed an extraordinary double at the 2014 Steve Prescott Man of Steel Awards, winning the main prize, as well as the Young Player of the Year Award. In what turned out to be a clean sweep for Castleford in the evening’s three main awards, Clark saw off competition from Jamie Peacock, James Roby and Chris ... Read More »