Castleford Tigers have confirmed that Daryl Clark will leave the club at the end of the 2014 Super League Season.
He has signed a four-year deal with Warrington Wolves from next season until November 2018.
Clark came through the scholarship and academy ranks at Castleford which is his home town club. He made his first-team debut in 2010, becoming a regular in the side the following year.
When I took on the head coach job last season the deal had already been done for Daryl to move to Warrington which secured the future of the club at that time. Whilst we obviously don't want to lose our best players this deal was in the best interests of the club. I have to say that Daryl has been an absolute pleasure to work with and it has been great to see him mature as a player and person this season.
I’ve really enjoyed my time here at Castleford Tigers. This is my home town club and I will always be a Cas fan. My proudest moment has been helping this team reach the Challenge Cup Final and I’ll continue to give my all to help Castleford Tigers reach the Super League Grand Final.
There were homecoming celebrations today in Leeds and Castleford for the winners and losers of this year's Rugby League Challenge Cup final. Stars of both teams turned out for the crowds, as Adam Fowler reports.
Leeds Rhinos beat Castleford Tigers by 23 points to 10 to win the Challenge Cup at Wembley Stadium.Read the full story ›
TRY!!! Great tenacity from Ryan Hall to force his way over the line.
TRY!!! Tigers get it down under the posts after finding a gap! Oliver Holmes the scorer! #challengecupfinal
That's the first time they've properly breached the Rhinos' back line and made them pay #challengecupfinal
Finn converts! Tigers 10 - 16 Rhinos