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Castleford Tigers players dominate Super League Dream Team

Castleford’s domination of the 2017 Super League season is reflected in the Dream Team in which they boast six of the 13 representatives.

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Hull FC huddle up at the end of the match to celebrate victory over Castleford. Picture by Allan McKenzie/SWpix.com

Castleford Tigers 16 Hull FC 48: Tigers mauled as Airlie Birds coast home

Hull FC made light work of a weakened Castleford Tigers to book their place in the Super League play-offs and effectively end Wigan’s title defence.

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Garry Lo

Sheffield’s Lo lost for words after surprise Tigers switch

PROLIFIC Sheffield Eagles winger Garry Lo claimed he was “speechless” after securing a two-year deal with Super League title-chasers Castleford Tigers.

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IN THE RUNNING (from left): Zak Hardaker, Albert Kelly and Luke Gale.

Castleford Tigers’ duo Hardaker and Gale battle for ‘Man of Steel’ award with Hull FC’s Kelly

CASTLEFORD TIGERS duo Luke Gale and Zak Hardaker have been shortlisted for the Steve Prescott Man of Steel award, along with Hull FC’s Albert Kelly.

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Stepping in: 
Castleford's Ben Roberts.

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Castleford Tigers v Hull FC: Backing stand-ins to impress again

CAPTAIN MICHAEL Shenton backs the decision to rest players for Castleford Tigers’ final fixture of the Betfred Super-8s, but insists the players on duty can not take the game lightly.

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Castleford Tigers' Grant Millington in no-nonsense action against neighbours Wakefield Trinity. PIC: Simon Cooper/PA Wire

Importance of momentum not lost on Castleford Tigers forward Millington

CASTLEFORD TIGERS laid down a marker with their 38-20 win at champions Wigan Warriors, Grant Millington says.

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Castleford Tigers players' player of the year, Zak Hardaker, sponsored by 5 Star Commercial Cleaning Services.

Castleford Tigers: Double delight for full-back Zak Hardaker at annual awards night

England full-back Zak Hardaker has been named Castleford Tigers’ player of the year.

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Castleford's Jake Trueman celebrates with Zak Hardaker after his second of three tries against Wigan. PIC: Richard Sellars/PA Wire

Castleford Tigers: ‘Best of the season’ too hot for Wigan to handle

BOSS DARYL Powell hailed Castleford Tigers’ performance in yesterday’s 38-20 win at Wigan Warriors as one of their best of the season.

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Castleford's Jake Trueman celebrates with Zak Hardaker after his second try against Wigan. Picture: Richard Sellers/PA

Wigan Warriors 20 Castleford Tigers 38: Trueman steals show as Cas dent Wigan’s last four bid

Teenage half-back Jake Trueman sensationally stepped into Luke Gale’s shoes to help Castleford to a 38-20 victory that leaves Wigan’s Super League title defence hanging by a thread.

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Castleford Tigers' Nathan Massey.

Castleford Tigers: ‘Massive’ game ahead for title-chasing Tigers admits Massey

CASTLEFORD TIGERS will have to be at their best for the full game when they face Wigan Warriors in a “massive” clash tomorrow, forward Nathan Massey says.

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Castleford Tigers head coach Daryl Powell.
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Castleford Tigers: Powell says it’s time for Tigers to toughen up for semi-finals

BOSS DARYL Powell will be looking for a steely performance from his Castleford Tigers team at Wigan Warriors on Sunday, writes PETER SMITH.

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Danny McGuire.

Peter Smith: Super-8s format flaws offset by promotion/relegation outcome

THERE ARE serious flaws with the Super-8s format, but for two successive years it has led to a team being promoted from the Kingstone Press Championship and that is a good thing.

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Kevin Sinfield with the Super League trophy.

Competition: Win tickets to the 2017 Super League Grand Final

THE YORKSHIRE Evening Post has teamed up with the Rugby Football League to give away a pair of tickets to the Betfred Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford on Saturday, October 7.

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Zak Hardaker. PIC: Bruce Rollinson

Castleford Tigers: Powell says Hardaker should be fit for Wigan but waits on others

ACE FULL-BACK Zak Hardaker is expected to be fit for Castleford Tigers’ trip to Wigan Warriors on Sunday, but stand-off Ben Roberts and second-row Junior Moors are both in doubt.

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DONE, FOR THE SEASON: Castleford Tigers' Luke Gale.  Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Luke Gale in race against time to help Castleford Tigers’ push for Grand Final

Castleford Tigers coach Daryl Powell hopes Luke Gale will return for their Grand Final push despite the England scrum-half undergoing emergency appendix surgery yesterday.

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Castleford Tigers' Paul McShane.

Paul McShane urges Castleford Tigers to up the ante

CASTLEFORD TIGERS will need to be much better in Sunday’s final away game of the season at Wigan Warriors, hooker Paul McShane reckons.

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Tom Holmes.
6th January 2017.
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Castleford Tigers youngster Holmes joins Featherstone Rovers

Castleford Tigers half-back Tom Holmes will join Featherstone Rovers next season.

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Mike McMeeken is tackled by Ryan Hall.

Castleford Tigers 38 Leeds Rhinos 24: Red-hot Tigers too strong for Rhinos

BEFORE THE sides met at Headingley in June, Leeds Rhinos coach Brian McDermott hit out at praise being piled on Castleford, accusing the media of behaving as if Tigers had invented a new version of the game.

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Daryl Powell.

Castleford Tigers v Leeds Rhinos: Every game is key for Tigers says Daryl Powell

EVERY GAME in the Betfred Super-8s from now on is a potential Grand Final dress rehearsal for Castleford Tigers, coach Daryl Powell reckons.

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Mike McMeeken, centre.

Castleford Tigers v Leeds Rhinos: Rivals are close to full strength for derby

CASTLEFORD TIGERS and Leeds Rhinos will both be close to full-strength when they clash at the Jungle on Friday.

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