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Castleford Tigers: Aussie prop Millington plans to see out his career with Tigers after signing contract extension

Grant Millington certainly did not arrive in Super League with as much fanfare as an Andrew Johns, Trent Barrett or Steve Menzies when he joined Castleford Tigers in 2012.

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Andy Lynch.

Castleford Tigers veteran Andy Lynch halfway to dream finalé

VETERAN CASTLEFORD Tigers forward Andy Lynch is half way towards a dream farewell.

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Joe Wardle.

Castleford Tigers sign Joe Wardle from Newcastle Knights on a three-year deal from 2018

Super League leaders Castleford Tigers have confirmed the signing of former Huddersfield Giants centre/back-rower Joe Wardle from Newcastle Knights on a three-year deal beginning in 2018.

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Castleford's players Greg Minikin, Zak Hardaker and Mike McMeeken,celebrate the League Leaders Shield.
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Dave Craven: Backing Daryl Powell’s Castleford Tigers to finish the job in Old Trafford final

IT seems incredulous to suggest that after 26 weekly rounds, 22 wins and 849 points scored at an average of almost 33 per game, the real work is only truly going to begin now for Castleford Tigers.

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Castleford's Paul McShane is tackled by Wakefield's Reece Lyne.

Wheldon Road return holds no fears for Wakefield Trinity’s Lyne

WAKEFIELD TRINITY remain firmly in contention for a Betfred Super League semi-final place and centre Reece Lyne insists they would return to Castleford Tigers in confident mood.

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Dad would be ‘over the moon’, says Fulton as Castleford Tigers celebrate

OVER the din of the very fitting A Kind of Magic blaring out, it is hard to even hear Castleford Tigers chairman Ian Fulton in the joyous aftermath of arguably the club’s most famous night.

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Castleford's Mike McMeeken celebrates his try against Wakefield. (Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe)

Five games that shaped Castleford Tigers’ historic season

Castleford Tigers put the seal on their League Leaders’ Shield-winning season with victory over Wakefield Trinity on Thursday night.

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GALLERY: How Castleford Tigers stormed to first League Leaders' Shield in 91-year history

Veteran centre Jake Webster grabbed four tries tries to help Castleford claim their place in history.

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Castleford's players celebrate as captain Michael Shenton lifts the League Leaders Shield.
17th August 2017.
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Castleford Tigers 45 Wakefield Trinity 20: Coaches’ reaction

Castleford Tigers coach Daryl Powell described winning the league leaders’ shield as the best achievement of his career, but his Wakefield Trinity rival Chris Chester is also in upbeat mood.

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Castleford Tigers receive the League Leaders Shield.

The Yorkshire Post says: Well done Castleford Tigers – you’re in a league of your own

CASTLEFORD rugby league club was formed in 1926 – the same year John Logie Baird first demonstrated to a few intrigued scientists a device eventually widely known as television.

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That’s the first goal done, now it’s time to regroup, says Shenton as Castleford Tigers make history

Castleford Tigers’ captain Michael Shenton lifted the League Leaders’ Shield for the first time in the club’s history last night and then insisted: “Now we have to finish the job.”

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Jake Webster completes his hat-trick

Dave Craven’s Big Match Verdict: Four-try Webster seals Castleford Tigers’ first crown

WHEN YOU have waited almost a century to gain such a prestigious and elusive prize, you cannot expect it then to come too easily.

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Wakefield Trinity's Scott Grix: Aiming to spoil the party.

Castleford Tigers v Wakefield Trinity: Essential for Trinity to make fast start, says Scott Grix

ALL the attention is focused on the home team, but full-back Scott Grix says Wakefield Trinity will travel to Castleford Tigers in good heart tonight and keen to spoil the party.

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Ready to make history: Michael Shenton, left.

Castleford Tigers v Wakefield Trinity: Historic Shield in sight for Michael Shenton

HE clearly has thought about the moment but Michael Shenton dare not dwell too long on the prospect of making history and becoming the first captain to lead Castleford Tigers to the League Leaders’ Shield.

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Mal Reilly: Impressed by today's Castleford Tigers team.

Legend Mal Reilly backing Castleford Tigers for the double

CASTLEFORD legend Malcolm Reilly still cannot quite comprehend how his home-town club has not finished top of the league throughout its 91-year history.

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On way back: Castleford Tigers' 
Junior Moors.

Castleford Tigers trio back in contention

Castleford coach Daryl Powell will have his strongest side out for tomorrow’s Super League derby against Wakefield as they seek to make history.

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Tigers player Luke Gale.

History beckons for Castleford Tigers, but Gale eyes Grand Final

CASTLEFORD TIGERS are on the verge of history, but their England scrum-half Luke Gale insists the job is only half done.

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Ben Roberts on a run for Castleford (Picture: Steve Riding)

Salford Red Devils 4 Castleford Tigers 23: Hardaker’s double leaves Castleford with one hand on the Leaders’ Shield

CASTLEFORD TIGERS will be confirmed as league leaders for the first time in the club’s history if they win at home to neighbours Wakefield Trinity on Thursday.

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Daryl Powell

‘Desperate’ Devils will pose real threat – Powell

AFTER losing for the first time in 13 league games, things will not get any easier for Castleford Tigers tonight according to coach Daryl Powell as his side face a “desperate” Salford Red Devils.

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Castleford's Paul McShane in action against St Helens on Thursday night.
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Tinkering required for Castleford Tigers to bounce back from Saints defeat

Hooker Paul McShane conceded Castleford Tigers’ winning run was ended because St Helens played better ‘cup final’ rugby.

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