Some huge match-ups in Round One, including a double-header at Headingley featuring Leeds Rhinos vs Hull FC and the newly promoted Toronto Wolfpack vs Castleford Tigers on Saturday.
The high winds at the DW Stadium caused havoc when the ball was in the air but Wigan Warriors grabbed the victory against Castleford Tigers after a try-less first half.
Despite leading 22-4 at the half-time break, Castleford Tigers found themselves in yet another nail-biting finish against closest rivals Wakefield Trinity.
The Draw for the Coral Challenge Cup Sixth Round took place this evening, with the remaining Super League sides entering the competition.
Leeds Rhinos welcomed Castleford Tigers to Headingley in a West Yorkshire Derby and picked up a 21-20 Golden Point victory but remained bottom of the table.
The strong winds at the Halliwell Jones Stadium certainly played their part as Warrington Wolves conquered Castleford Tigers 24-10 thanks to a Jake Mamo double.
After last weeks loss to their closest rivals Hull KR, Hull FC welcomed the Castleford Tigers to the KCOM Stadium on Thursday night as they looked to end a 12-game losing streak.
With the opening round of the Betfred Super League wrapped up, we look at the players who stood out.
The Tigers off-season has been all but successful, with the news that Luke Gale will miss all of the 2019 season with a ruptured Achilles tendon. They severely missed the half-back last season. His absence from the team this season has meant that the Tigers can reuse Gale's salary cap value on another player for... Continue Reading →