Castleford Tigers’ poor run of form continued last night as the Tigers lost to fellow strugglers Huddersfield Giants 20-4.
Castleford’s lack of points continued to work against them as they only scored one try but the Tigers were adamant that they had scored another through young winger Elliot Wallis.
He sailed down the wing but was judged to have been in touch.
After the game, Andy Last revealed on BBC Radio Leeds that the youngster was adamant he wasn’t in touch:
“He is adamant that he wasn’t in touch. Both Elliot and Jordan Turner, who was behind him, felt that he wasn’t in touch. But when you are down there at the bottom you don’t get those decisions.”
Last also gave high praise to the young outside back as he continues to develop:
“He is a strong athletic player. He is moving in the right direction and working hard in his game. He is one for the future for sure.
“A couple of times he made the odd wrong decision but he is a kid that will listen and take it onboard going forward.”