Castleford Tigers boss Lee Radford points finger at refereeing decisions after poor loss at Warrington Wolves

Castleford Tigers went down 34-10 to Warrington Wolves at the Halliwell Jones Stadium tonight in a poor display.

The West Yorkshire side had already lost their first game to the Salford Red Devils in round one and were aiming to finally get two points on the board in round two.

However, tries from the likes of Matty Ashton and Josh Charnley ended any hope of a potential first win for Lee Radford as Tigers boss – and he wasn’t happy to say the least at full-time.

“It was tough, I thought we started defensively outstanding, our line speed and energy markers that I talked about last week, we got that,” Radford told Sky Sports in his post-match interview.

“We were on the back of a 10-4 penalty count and 3-1 six agains and it eventually it caught up with us – it burnt the candle at both ends.”

When asked by Sky Sports reporter Jenna Brooks about his side’s ill-discipline, Radford stated his desire to have another look at the decisions.

“We will have a look at them in detail – some were Warrington’s fault and some we will have a look at that.

“They must be very disciplined to have only conceded that many (penalties).”

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