CTSC Player of the year awards night
Monday 27th September
Execuctive Event sponsor Powder Keg, D&R Group
Event sponsor New Venture Driving Tuition
Event review from Paul Burns-Williams - The tenth CTSC awards night took place in a packed George V WMC on Monday night, it was the very fitting that our best ever Super League season fell in our tenth year since re launching in 2004.
With the full squad in attendance the first award went to the Under 19s player of the year, the winner Brad Day, who made his Super League debut in the away game at Warrington.
Presented by Graham Murdie, Minerwear.
CEO Steve Gill gave his review of the season. Steve thanked everyone at the club and the supporters for a great season.
Next up was the CTSC Committee player of the year, Nominated for Super League young player of the year and in the last 4 for the 2014 Steve Prescott Man of Steel award.
After a fantastic season, our Committee player of the year was Daryl Clark.
Presented by Wayne Pickup, Black Swan Normanton.
Daryl Powell gave is review of the season,stressing that the group of players worked extremely hard from the pre season all the way through, consistency and the style of Rugby played was a telling factor in why the team did so well.
Award number three was the Special Achievement award, this went to the Tigers head coach Daryl Powell, who without a doubt has put the club back on the Rugby League map. Since Daryl's appointment last year a new club culture has been formed with everybody including the supporters.
Presented by Steve Smith and family, Carpet Magic, Kippax.
Danny Orr gave his review of the season, playing tribute to the players, whose hard work and commitment got the club to Wembley and one game off winning the League Leaders Shield.
The last award of the night the CTSC Player of the year went to Oliver Holmes, consistently a top performer over the entire season,a team player, who just gets on with the job game by game.
Presented by Daryl Powell on behalf of Paul Asquith, Asquith's Fish and Chips.
We then asked Club captain Michael Shenton to say a few words, he thanked fellow players,those who were leaving and the supporters, saying that "he really did enjoy playing this season, the best so far in his career".
Along with Steve Gill, Daryl Powell and Danny Orr the CTSC thanked the following players for the service given to the Tigers and wished them all well in there future careers. Dan Fleming, Jamie Ellis, Marc Sneyd, Weller Hauraki, Daryl Clark and Craig Huby.
Lastly the CTSC would like to thank the following, sponsors, Powder Keg, D&R Group, New Venture Driving Tuition, Minerwear, Black Swan Normanton, Carpet Magic, Kippax and Asquith's Fish and Chips, The George V WMC staff and committee, everyone who donated a raffle and Auction prize, the staff at the Tigers Den, the Tigers players, coaching staff and directors for your attendance, and of course to everyone who attended and supported the event.
You will be very pleased to know that we raised £798 on the night, a brilliant effort, thank you everyone, your support in the past, present and in the future is really appreciated.
Donations given by the generous support of the members of the Castleford Tigers Supporters Club since its inception in 2004
is now £57,777.58
The next CTSC Event is Tuesday 21st Oct,WSTS Suite, MAH Jungle,
Q&A, Past players evening.
Sponsored by PP Payroll solutions Ltd.
Special Guests Barry Johnson, John Joyner, Gary Stephens and Sammy Lloyd.
CTSC Members £1, non members £3.
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