Jordan Turner makes future admission

Jordan Turner has had his say on the future as the Castleford Tigers star enters the twilight of his career.

However, he has no immediate plans to retire.

He said when asked:

“No, I’m not thinking about retirement. I spent a lot of time out of the game last year. Not far off 12 months so my plan was always to come back and see where I’m at.

“My body is feeling good, my shoulder is feeling good. I have no plans to retire soon. I know it has to end but not any time.”

Last weekend there was a huge moment for British rugby league as St Helens defeated NRL Champions Penrith Panthers in their own backyard to be crowned Champions of the World.

But now, after a 53-hour journey due to “complications” the Saints face the tough task of taking on the Castleford Tigers just eight days after winning the World Club Challenge.

The Tigers meanwhile endured a mixed opening weekend. After a terrible start against Hull FC, they battled back and if they take the momentum generated by their nearly sensational comeback they will start strong against the Saints and make them work hard for the win.

This could be the Tigers’ perfect chance to defeat the Champions of Super League and the World.

The game kicks off at 13:00 at the Jungle.

TV coverage starts at 12:30 on Channel 4.

Now the team news is in and the Tigers have cause for concern as Jack Welsby, Jonny Lomax and Lewis Dodd all start.

There is a debut for Tee Ritson on the wing alongside a first start of the season for Jon Bennison.

Joey Lussick starts ahead of James Roby who is having a scan.

The likes of Agnatius Paasi and Will Hopoate also miss out.

As for the Tigers, Jack Broadbent gets his first start at centre. Albert Vete starts at prop and Joe Westerman is no where to be seen as George Lawler starts at loose-forward.

Muizz Mustapha will debut off the bench.

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