Superb Tigers too good for Wolves

Cas made it two wins on the bounce with an impressive win over second-placed Warrington in the Betfred Super League.
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Fixtures

4th August
Hull KR
(A)
KO 3:00 PM
10th August
London Broncos
(H)
KO 7:30 PM
16th August
Huddersfield Giants
(A)
KO 7:45 PM
30th August
St Helens
(A)
KO 7:45 PM
8th September
Hull F.C.
(H)
KO 3:30 PM

Table

  • 4. Catalans Dragons
  • 5. Wigan Warriors
  • 6. Castleford Tigers
  • 7. Salford Red Devils
  • 8. Wakefield Trinity
  • PLD
  • 22
  • 22
  • 22
  • 22
  • 22
  • DIF
  • -79
  • +37
  • +32
  • +63
  • -77
  • PTS
  • 24
  • 22
  • 22
  • 20
  • 18
Latest News

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Castleford Tigers Women strengthened their place at the top of the Women’s Super League standings with a comprehensive 54-8 win over Wakefield Trinity.

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Castleford Tigers will be without eight first team players this Sunday as Wakefield Trinity visit the Mend-A-Hose Jungle.

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First Team Assistant Coach Danny Orr previews taking on Warrington for a third time in 2019.

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Join us this September for our exclusive 2019 Player of the Year Awards ceremony.

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The 19-man squad for the Tigers' home game against Warrington Wolves has been named.

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The first team and the women’s team are in action in a double header at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle this Sunday!