Yesterday all things at Castleford were exciting.
On the field, the Tigers have found some impressive form which could see them considered a real threat for the rest of 2022 as we analysed ourselves here.
This came as the Tigers beat the high flying Huddersfield Giants at home having beaten Catalans last week becoming the only side outside of the top four to beat three of the teams who make it up. Their triumph over Catalans was made all the more impressive too yesterday as they downed Champions St Helens in a classic encounter on Sky Sports.
Adding to the buzz around the club, the Tigers announced a “Meet the Developers” night at the Jungle on 7th July which has free entry and allows fans to meet the men who are going to redevelop the Jungle with plans set to be submitted on August 1st.
Sadly, today the Tigers have been hit with some disappointing news that three youths had broken into the stadium and caused “thousands of pounds worth of damage.”
In a statement from the Tigers today, they said: “Castleford Tigers were disappointed to learn early on Sunday 3rd July that three youths broke into our home stadium, caused thousands of pounds worth of damage and have stolen goods.
“The incident occurred between 6-8am and we are currently reviewing our CCTV and working with the police.
“We would like to ask our local neighbours on Wheldon Road and Princess Street if they have any footage or images that can assist the club, please send what you can onto firstname.lastname@example.org
“The three youths are described as wearing grey, dark blue and black tops, with one of them on a yellow mountain bike.”
— Castleford Tigers (@CTRLFC) July 3, 2022
Sad news, but anyone with any information should send it to the Tigers at email@example.com.
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