Castleford Tigers fullback Luke Dorn has announced he will retire at the end of the 2016 Super League season.Read the full story ›
Junior Moors defied doctor's orders to help Castleford Tigers pull off a big win over reigning Super League champions Leeds RhinosRead the full story ›
Castleford Tigers have signed back rower Larne Patrick from fellow Super League side Huddersfield Giants for the rest of the season.Read the full story ›
The former Castleford Tigers and Hull FC rugby player Ryan McGoldrick has put himself on auction site eBay in order to find a new club.Read the full story ›
Castleford stand-off Ben Roberts has committed himself to the Tigers for another three years.Read the full story ›
Hull KR chairman Neil Hudgell has branded the RFL's disciplinary process not fit for purpose after John Boudebza was handed a four-match banRead the full story ›
Castleford prop Andy Lynch has signed a one year contract extension which will keep him at the club until the end of the 2017 and potentially beyond.
The new deal gives Lynch the option to stay with the Tigers for another year if he wants to continue.
The 36-year-old became the oldest active player in Super League at the beginning of this season.
At this time the body feels good, age is just a number, and as long as I still feel I can give it my all then I’ll continue to play. Rugby League has been my life, I enjoy every day working here at Cas and I don’t want it to stop.
The 27-year-old former Doncaster and Bradford halfback will step into the shoes of Michael Shenton, who has been ruled out for the campaign.Read the full story ›
The Tigers are reeling from the loss of captain Michael Shenton for the rest of the season with an anterior cruciate ligament injury.Read the full story ›
Castleford Tigers' stadium will be used for a different form of 'tough tackling' today as West Yorkshire Police use it as a training ground.
The Force's new recruits, along with sixth-form pupils from Royds School in Leeds, will take part in exercises such as simulated arrests, patrols in and around the ground, and will be tasked to deal with simulated 'incidents' in real time to test their policing skills.
It's great to see members of the public, players and students getting involved in assisting the development of police training in West Yorkshire. It's vital that every officer who polices West Yorkshire gets the right training from a variety of experiences so that they can provide the best possible service to our communities.