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05/05/13 - Castleford Tigers v Hull KR - KO 3.30pm

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  1. 1. Who will win?

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    • Draw
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Referee: T Roby

Touch Judge: J Child

Touch Judge: P Grundhill

Reserve: S Daniel

Match Commissioner: P Crashley

In Goal: B Armstrong

In Goal: B Robinson

Time Keeper: L Fairbank

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Bloody Hell!

Lick your finger and stick it up in the air.

Anyone's guess this one, it might depend on which phase the moons in.

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Cas for me, if they bring effort in defence, which they can do when they want to be bothered.

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Castleford Tigers media release

 

Tyrone McCarthy is in line to make his debut for Castleford Tigers as temporary Head Coach Danny Orr has included him in the 19-man squad to face Hull KR on Sunday afternoon.

 

Richard Owen also returns to the squad after missing the defeat to Salford City Reds last Saturday, while James Clare and Dan Fleming miss out on a place in the 19.

Meanwhile winger, Kirk Dixon could make his 150th appearance for the Tigers if he plays. Dixon made a try-scoring debut for the Tigers in a 48-10 home Northern Rail Cup win against Featherstone on February 18th 2007.

McCarthy joined the Tigers on a one-month loan from Warrington Wolves earlier this week and Danny Orr said he is pleased with the capture of the Irish back rower.

 

“He joins from a club that shares our great culture and work ethic, so he brings a lot of quality and enthusiasm.

 

“He’s after a chance and is trying to forge a career for himself in Super League, so he’s doing everything that he can to be the best that he can be.

 

“Hopefully he’ll put some pressure on others in our team and bring the best out in them too, so it’s healthy competition for places.”

 

Brett Cullen

Media Relations Officer

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I've got my ticket. There is a strange feeling about our place at the minute so you never know just how many of us will turn up. With Cas' being just down the road I expect over 1,000 however.

 

We generally bounce back from defeat the week after but Cas' isn't the happiest of 'hunting grounds' for us. We've had mixed success there.

 

I do expect us to win by at least 10.

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Castleford squad: Richard Owen, Justin Carney, Michael Shenton, Kirk Dixon, Rangi Chase, Jamie Ellis, Jonathan Walker, Daryl Clark, Craig Huby, Lee Gilmour, Weller Hauraki, Adam Milner, Nathan Massey, Oliver Holmes, Jordan Thompson, Jordan Tansey, Keith Mason, Ryan Boyle, Tyrone McCarthy.

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2 poor and inconsistent teams. Although we did lose last week so following the current pattern we should win this week.

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Hull KR squad: Liam Salter, Omari Caro, Adam Walker, James Green, George Griffin, Jordan Cox, Con Mika, Travis Burns, Luke George, Lincoln Withers, Craig Hall, Mickey Paea, Keal Carlile, Rhys Lovegrove, Michael Dobson, David Hodgson, Greg Eden, Richard Beaumont, Josh Hodgson.

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19 man squad announced
The Robins have named their 19 man squad for the game at Castleford this Sunday (KO 3:30pm).

The squad in full is:

Liam Salter

Omari Caro

Adam Walker

James Green

George Griffin

Jordan Cox

Con Mika

Travis Burns

Luke George

Lincoln Withers

Craig Hall

Mickey Paea

Keal Carlile

Rhys Lovegrove

Michael Dobson

David Hodgson

Greg Eden

Rich Beaumont

Josh Hodgson

 

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Fingers crossed for a cas win to keep us within a sniff of KR in the table

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A warm day, a dry firm pitch, two of the worst defences in the competition.

 

The scoreboard operator is going to be busy.

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The scoreboard operator is going to be busy.

They could always borrow the guy who operates the New Craven Park one.

Mind you, I heard he was in his eighties the other week.

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They could always borrow the guy who operates the New Craven Park one.

Mind you, I heard he was in his eighties the other week.

I'd give you a b'dum tish but Tom's sold his drum kit.

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0-6.

Edit. Lovegrove try after Hall break.

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Half time, 12-12.

 

Salter Rovers' 2nd try scorer, Carney levelling it up on half time.

 

Sounds like picking Omari Caro to play opposite Justin Carney may not be the most astute of Sandercock's team selections.

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12-18. Salter's 2nd.

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Shenton over in the corner, 16-18. Big conversion attempt from Ellis to come....

 

Goal missed! 16-18.

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Castleford's turn to score next?

 

 

 

 

It would seem so.

 

Walker over, 22-18 with Ellis's conversion.

 

Chris Park's obsession with the penalty count against Hull KR in every game continues. 9-2 to Cas, apparently.

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