Castleford Tigers announce significant milestone

Castleford Tigers have announced an exciting milestone as they prepare for the 2022 Super League season.

Ahead of a brand-new era at the Jungle, the Tigers have announced the sale of over 2,500 memberships, with the season still three months away.

Castleford have a new head coach in Lee Radford who has replaced the outgoing Daryl Powell – a man that was at the helm for over eight years.

With him, Radford has brought in former Hull FC stars Bureta Faraimo and Mahe Fonua, whilst Jake Mamo from Warrington Wolves brings some speed in the centres.

Second-rower Kenny Edwards could prove to be a shrewd buy out wide, with Leeds Rhinos’ Alex Sutcliffe set to fight for a spot in the back-row too.

George Lawler has joined from Hull KR, whilst halfback Callum McLelland is to battle for a place in the halves alongside Jake Trueman, Danny Richardson and Gareth O’Brien.

Native Castleford man Joe Westerman is also back at the club where it all started for the loose-forward and reunited with Radford for a second time following the duo’s time spent at Hull.

So it appears as though the Tigers faithful is well and truly on board with Radford’s revitalisation.

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