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Tigers squad for Kirk Yeaman Testimonial [v Hull FC]

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Castleford Tigers head coach Ian Millward has named his squad ahead of Sunday’s away friendly with Hull FC; kick off 2pm.

He said “For me this first game is about us being consistent and competitive for the full 80 minutes. Individual players each have their own goals but it is ultimately about giving a good team performance.”

Steve Nash and Charlie Martin have not been included in the line up as a result of injury.

Tickets for the match are on sale now from the KC Stadium ticket office as well as on the day of the game.

The usual away stand, the North Stand, will not be open for the match so away supporters will be sat in the north end of the West Stand in sections W10 and W11.

Tigers Squad:

1. Richard Owen

2. Justin Carney

3. Michael Shenton

4. Jake Webster

5. Kirk Dixon

6. Rangi Chase

7. Jamie Ellis

8. Jonathan Walker

9. Daryl Clark

10. Craig Huby

11. Lee Gilmour

12. Weller Hauraki

13. Grant Millington

14. Jake Emmitt

15. Adam Milner

16. Nathan Massey

17. Oliver Holmes

18. Jordan Thompson

19. Jordan Tansey

21. Ben Johnston

22. Daniel Fleming

23. James Clare

25. Keith Mason

Claire Lakhera

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Hull playing 2 different side 1 each half so they shouldn't be much disruption to the game, man u liverpool a better option IMO

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Hull playing 2 different side 1 each half

Seems like a fitting tribute to Yeaman.

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Castleford Tigers head coach Ian Millward has named his squad ahead of Sunday’s away friendly with Hull FC; kick off 2pm.

He said “For me this first game is about us being consistent and competitive for the full 80 minutes. Individual players each have their own goals but it is ultimately about giving a good team performance.”

Steve Nash and Charlie Martin have not been included in the line up as a result of injury.

Tickets for the match are on sale now from the KC Stadium ticket office as well as on the day of the game.

The usual away stand, the North Stand, will not be open for the match so away supporters will be sat in the north end of the West Stand in sections W10 and W11.

Tigers Squad:

1. Richard Owen

2. Justin Carney

3. Michael Shenton

4. Jake Webster

5. Kirk Dixon

6. Rangi Chase

7. Jamie Ellis

8. Jonathan Walker

9. Daryl Clark

10. Craig Huby

11. Lee Gilmour

12. Weller Hauraki

13. Grant Millington

14. Jake Emmitt

15. Adam Milner

16. Nathan Massey

17. Oliver Holmes

18. Jordan Thompson

19. Jordan Tansey

21. Ben Johnston

22. Daniel Fleming

23. James Clare

25. Keith Mason

Claire Lakhera

Media Manager

Decent squad on the face of it - need to stay injury free though!

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Hull playing 2 different side 1 each half so they shouldn't be much disruption to the game, man u liverpool a better option IMO

Even though it's a friendly, it's a testimonial for a player who's given ten years' service to Hull FC.

And at the end of the day, it's a RL match.

And you'd rather watch 90 mins of exaggerated theatrical diving?

Seems like a fitting tribute to Yeaman.

Boring.

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Each to their own but I'm looking forward to getting back to the KC and seeing some live rugby.

Looks like we might have snow so we'll feel even more at home.

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Half rime here, 10-6 to Hull. About 200 noisy Cas fans here, credit to them.

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26-6 full time. Decent work out for both teams.

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Even though it's a friendly, it's a testimonial for a player who's given ten years' service to Hull FC.

According to his testimonial brochure he's scored 145 tries in 255 starts for Hull. Not bad service is it?

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According to his testimonial brochure he's scored 145 tries in 255 starts for Hull. Not bad service is it?

You managed to read that over somebody's shoulder yesterday?

Impressive.

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Did Yeaman get a good crowd for this one?

About 5,500 so not a bad turnout.

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You managed to read that over somebody's shoulder yesterday?

Impressive.

They read that bit out at half-time ;)

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Top pro is yeamo deserves everything e gets well done kirk lad look forward to you destroying kr AGAIN

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Good job the 5,500 who went didn't decide that Man Utd v Liverpool was a better option or else he'd have got very little.

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