Warrington Fall To Tigers

This was a very competent performance from Castleford Tigers who fought off a resilient Warrington comeback to take the game 28 points to 18.
The Tigers went 16-0 up with scores from James Clare, junior Moors and Greg Eden and that remained the score at half time.
The 2nd half saw the expected fight back from the visitors and first Kevin Brown set up Stefan Ratchford and then Kiwi international Bryson Goodwin for a superb start to half.

This was however Castleford’ s game with Greg Eden claiming his double and Mike McKeeken bulldozing his way over for a fine individual effort.

Ratchford claimed a late score for the visitors but this was a pretty comfortable victory for the Tigers .

With McKeekan and a strong pack Castleford can beat anyone on their day and they throw the ball around at speed like no other team in super league. Coach Darryl Powell will be pleased with this victory and with the class of Michael Shenton and Peter Matu’utia who certainly provide superb variety to Castleford’s attacking game . Paul McShane’s game management was superb and his beautiful rubber for Junior Moors was text book.

Great victory with still everything to play for but on this performance Tigers fans will be very happy.
Castleford: Mata'utia, Clare, Webster, Shenton, Eden, Ellis, Trueman, Watts, McShane, Millington, Wardle, McMeeken, Massey.

Replacements: Moors, Holmes, Clark, Turner.

Warrington: Ratchford, Lineham, T. King, Goodwin, M. Brown, K. Brown, Roberts, Hill, Clark, Cooper, Thompson, Hughes, G. King.

Replacements: Patton, Akauola, Philbin, Pomeroy.


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