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Michael Shenton

The club captain and a modern day legend for the Tigers, Shenton holds the record for the most Super League appearances for the club and will celebrate his testimonial year with Castleford in 2020.

A graduate of the club’s academy, he made his first team debut for the Tigers against Wigan in 2004 and was part of the Castleford sides relegated from the top flight in 2005 and 2007 before playing an integral role in the resurgence of the team on their return to Super League and particularly under head coach Daryl Powell in recent years.
The ex-England international, who also had a two-year spell at St Helens, captained the Tigers to the 2017 League Leaders’ Shield as well as in the 2014 Challenge Cup Final and the 2017 Grand Final.

2015 Stats
Competition Tries Goals D. Goals Points
super league 13 0 0 52
super 8 5 0 0 20
2014 Stats
Competition Tries Goals D. Goals Points
super league 17 0 0 68
2013 Stats
Competition Tries Goals D. Goals Points
super league 5 0 0 20
2010 Stats
Competition Tries Goals D. Goals Points
super league 10 0 0 40
2009 Stats
Competition Tries Goals D. Goals Points
super league 16 0 0 64
2008 Stats
Competition Tries Goals D. Goals Points
super league 12 0 0 48
2006 Stats
Competition Tries Goals D. Goals Points
super league 8 0 0 32

Super Leauge stats include all weekly rounds, previous playoffs, 'Super 8's' and any finals.
Challenge Cup stats includes all rounds the team was involved in.
Photo courtesy of SWPix.

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Position:
Centre

Height:
190cm

Weight:
93kg

Twitter:
@mshenton22