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Castleford Tigers continue their flurry of sponsorship deals with the confirmation of long-term partner’s extension

In recent weeks Castleford have shown the strength of the club off the field as well as on it with a number of announcements pertaining to new or extended sponsorship deals ahead of the 2022 campaign.

The Tigers welcomed aboard kit manufacturers Oxen who released an interesting new take on the Tigers’ traditional jersey at the end of October. This came after the Tigers announced that London based company Ergo Real Estate would be furthering their sponsorship with Castleford next year. The new agreement sees them feature on the 2022 player worn kit.

Today Castleford have continued that trend with the announcement that long-term partners F&S Carpets will continue their sponsorship of the club into the 2022 campaign.

Castleford took to Twitter to announce this development with the hashtag #NewCasEra, but even in this new era there’s a place for longevity in the shape of F&S Carpets. That consistency off the field and the health of the club evident through these sponsorship deals if perhaps key with the variety of changes set to take place at Castleford this year.

With a new Head Coach arriving in the shape of two-time Challenge Cup winner Lee Radford taking over from Daryl Powell after eight years at the Jungle, there was already enough change taking place but the retirement of Michael Shenton has left Radford with the task of identifying a new skipper ahead of the 2022 season.

He has plenty of brilliant players to choose from with the Tigers already boasting an impressive squad prior to his arrival but his exciting recruitment has only added to that with the likes of Jake Mamo, Joe Westerman and Bureta Faraimo all arriving at the club leaving spirits high amongst Cas fans with many believing they have a shot at the top four in 2022.

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