Tigers host PDRL Festival at The Jungle!
Posted: Friday 12th July 2019 - 12:28 PM
See Castleford Tigers take on Wigan & Wakefield in Sunday action at The Jungle
This coming Sunday, the 14th July, join us down at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle for the next round of Physical Disability Super League (PDSL) in a festival showcasing the brilliant players of Physical Disability Rugby League (PDRL).
Free to enter you can see six PDRL sides in action with the first match kicking off at 1pm, in action will be; Castleford Tigers, Leeds Rhinos, Warrington Wolves, Warrington Wolves A, Wigan Warriors & Wakefield Trinity. Among the ranks for the Wolves side is Adam Hills who is set to feature for the Wire down at The Jungle, he tweeted on Friday: "If you are near Castleford on Sunday and love Rugby League, come and watch the next round of PDSL. Free entry. I’ll be playing for Warrington Wolves (if selected). See you there!"
The Tigers will face Wigan Warriors first at 2pm and then it’s a local derby to finish the round off against Wakefield at 2.30pm. Cas will be looking to get back to winning ways and aiming for 2 victories at the weekend to get them back on track in the PDSL.
With the bars open for refreshments and a BBQ for some great summer food it promises to be a terrific afternoon, so come down and support the Tigers on Sunday afternoon!
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