Castleford Tigers News
If you are a fan of the Cas Tigers you will know how frustrating it can be the find the current news with regards to the club as whilst the biggest news will be covered by a number of news outlets, everything else can often get overlooked.
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Cas Tigers Breaking News
As one of the UK’s leading Rugby League clubs, it will come as no surprise that there is lots breaking news that comes out of the club on an almost daily basis.
From on the field issues including player suspensions, match results and injuries to off of the field issues such as player transfers and stadium issues, there is always lots to follow when it comes to the club.
When some Castleford breaking news occurs, we will bring it to you.
Castleford Tigers Latest News Today
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That allows us to take all of the effort out of searching for the latest Cas Tigers news that breaks today and bring it to you in an easy to understand and digest format.
The Tigers are one of the most historic Rugby clubs in the world and whilst the same label can also be given to their Wheldon Road home, it is not in a positive way.
Even the most ardent fan of the club would have to admit that the ground has seen better days and s now the only thing to hold back the club from continually been one of the biggest in the sport.
There have been a number of plans and schemes to try and build a new ground by the club, including at the Glasshoughton shopping outlet and at a new retail park on the outskirts of town but those have come and gone with the problems in that industry.
There are now plans to rebuild and improve there current ground, known to most as The Jungle, but those are yet to be confirmed.
All of that means that there is plenty of stadium news to keep up with when it comes to Cas and as soon as something changes, we will bring it to you.
The Tigers are located in the town of Castleford in the Metropolitan District of Wakefield, which puts them in the middle of the sports M62 corridor heartlands.
The Castleford Tigers are known for their iconic Amber and Black playing colours which has helped to make their Tigers branding one of the strongest in the league, especially when mixed with their Jungle home ground.
The club are known for their exciting, attacking style of play and for having a fanbase that expects to be entertained as much as they expect to win and that has led to them using the nickname of ‘Classy Cas’.
The sport of Rugby League has a long history in the town both at the amateur and professional level with the Tigers actually been the second pro club in Castleford.
Castleford RFC joined the Northern Union at the beginning of the 1896-97 season and stayed there until the end of the 1905-06 season but after there downfall, it took until the 1926-27 season for another club to step up and take their place as the towns leading amateur club joined the professional ranks.
It didn’t take long for the new club to enjoy success on the regional level and they made an impact at the national level by winning the challenge cup in 1935.
It took until the 1960’s for the club to really establish themselves as one of the biggest and most successful in England and it was during this era that the club earned their nickname of ‘Classy Cas’ due to the high levels of speed and skill the club played with at the time.
It was for the start of the summer era when the club changed from their historic name of Castleford RLFC to the Castleford Tigers but the start to this new era was one of struggle for the Tigers.
After only just surviving in the top flight for the first few years, the club started to enjoy some success thanks to players such as Danny Orr and Adrian Vowles but it turned out to be a false dawn of sorts as after 32 years on been in the top flight, the cub suffered relegation in the 2004 season.
In the end, that turned out to be a good thing for the club as they managed to re-group, enjoy some success and in 2007, they made a quick return to the top flight.
Since then, they avoided a scare in 2008 after been saved from relegation before going on to punch above there weight and mix in with the biggest clubs in the sport including finishing top of the table and making it to the Grand Final in 2017 and also making it to the Challenge Cup final in 2021.
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