It’s been a big week for Castleford Tigers.
Earlier this week the club announced the signing of young halfback Jacob Hookem from Hull FC and yesterday announced another signing in the shape of Bailey Dawson who plied his trade previously at Hull KR and debuted for Midlands Hurricanes in 2022.
They join the club as part of Lee Radford’s ambition to bring in young British players.
Now the club have followed in the footsteps of Hull KR, Wigan Warriors, Salford Red Devils and St Helens in announcing a major sponsorship.
Yorkshire-based Engineering Building Services head into their second season supporting Castleford in 2023.
Ahead of the new Betfred Super League season, the Club are delighted to keep building our relationship with EBS. Supporters will see their branding pitch-side at The Mend-A-Hose Jungle, as well as on their own set of training kit as a continuation of their partnership from last season when they kindly committed to backing the Fords for two years.
Specialists in care home maintenance and refurbishment throughout Yorkshire, Lancashire, and the North East, EBS is a well-established local business that is continuing to sponsor their local Super League club.
The Tigers would like to extend our gratitude for last season’s sponsorship and look forward to keeping EBS as part of our club’s commercial family in 2023, as our Business Development Manager, Michael Kilby-Scott discusses: “All of us at Castleford Tigers – players, directors, and fans alike, would like to pass on our collective thank you to EBS for their ever-present support for the Club.”