Sunday's squad news
Posted: Sunday 17th June 2018 - 10:01 AM
Daryl Powell has named his 19 man squad to take on Hull KR here at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle on Sunday 17 June. KO 3:30pm.
It’s annual State of Mind weekend and fans will be able to enjoy plenty of Father’s Day family fun out on the stadium training pitch pre-match.
Powell is full of praise for his team that claimed victory over Warrington Wolves last Friday. The squad is bolstered this week with the return of Jake Webster and Junior Moors.
Speaking today Powell said: “Jake Webster and Junior Moors become available again for this match so that gives me something to think about. The boys did an outstanding job last week and defensively we are looking for some real consistency. Our last two performances have been good, and we want to carry that performance on from a defensive aspect.
Watch Daryl Powell's pre match preview here.
There’s plenty happening from 1pm till 3pm out on the stadium training pitch including FREE hair cuts from the barbers in the ManVan (a mobile mental health awareness facility). The State of Mind volunteers will be here to tell us all about how to stay mentally fit. There’s also a FREE fun fair, FREE face painting and a FREE circus skills workshop. Just show your match ticket or season ticket to enjoy the free activities.
Tickets are available to purchase now from the Tigers Den club shop in Carlton Lanes shopping centre and from the Castleford Tigers Sports Superstore in Xscape. Fans are reminded that they can save £2 per ticket when purchasing tickets in store prior to game day. Fans can also purchase from the Tigers online box here and collect their tickets from the stadium ticket office on game day. Purchase yours here.
Fans who can't make it to the game can listen to radio commentary from our commentary team of Mick Morgan, Harvey Wiles and Dave Williams. Listen online here from 3:15pm.
Castleford Tigers v Hull KR – Sunday 17 June 2018.
23. Mitch Clark
18. Matt Cook
17. Alex Foster
28. Kieran Gill
24. Jy Hitchcox
11. Oliver Holmes
34. Quentin Laulu-Togaga’e
14. Nathan Massey
12. Mike McMeeken
10. Grant Millington
13. Adam Milner
2. Greg Minikin
8. Junior Moors
15. Jesse Sene-Lefao
4. Michael Shenton
21. Jake Trueman
33. Calum Turner
16. Joe Wardle
3. Jake Webster
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