Podcasts about Castleford Tigers

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Latest podcast episodes about Castleford Tigers

Andy Raymond #UNFILTERED
Ep 322. The Legends Series - Malcolm Reilly - The Guv'nor (Pt 2)

Andy Raymond #UNFILTERED

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 19:47


Andy Raymond #UNFILTERED
Ep 321. The Legends Series - Malcolm Reilly - The Guv'nor (Pt 1)

Andy Raymond #UNFILTERED

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 21:26


Out Of Your League
OOYL: S.4 E.12 with Castleford Tigers head coach Lee Radford

Out Of Your League

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 72:52


As he prepares to return to Hull FC for the first time as Castleford Tigers head coach, Lee Radford joins Jon Wilkin & Mark Flanagan on the latest episode of the Out Of Your League podcast.  In a hilarious & informative hour of conversation, the former Hull FC & Bradford Bulls star looks back on his playing days, his stint coaching the Black & Whites and reflects on his time with the Tigers so far. 

5 live Rugby League
It's a kind of magic

5 live Rugby League

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 55:00


Ahead of Magic Weekend, Matt Newsum sits down with those most closely involved in Super League's annual jamboree. All twelve clubs participate across the two days of action at St James' Park Newcastle, and there's some standout fixtures to whet the appetite. Mark Percival and Sam Powell look ahead to the Saints-Wigan derby; Castleford's Joe Westerman on why Leeds is their true derby; Kallum Watkins and Ashton Golding preview the ‘Ian Watson derby' as Salford take on Huddersfield; George Williams discusses Warrington's current predicament as the Wolves face a tough battle against Catalans; and Chris Satae of Hull FC and Lachlan Coote of Hull KR keep it nice and cordial ahead of the big city derby that rounds off the weekend. TIMECODES: 02:30 Mark Percival and Sam Powell discuss the Saints v Wigan derby, the Magic Weekend experience and playing at St James' Park. 09:00 Powell talks about his international aspirations. 10:45 The whole Wigan club trained together recently and the two mention the ‘dangers' of wheelchair rugby league having tried it out recently. 14:30 A brief quote from Wakefield head coach Willie Poching looking ahead to Wakefield versus Toulouse. 15:50 Matt speaks with experienced Castleford Tigers loose-forward Joe Westerman on their clash with Leeds Rhinos, who he says are their main rivals, not near neighbours Wakefield. 19:10 Westerman talks about his return to Cas and his desire to bring success to his boyhood club. 21:00 Salford Red Devils and England international Kallum Watkins says he's enjoying his new position and life under head coach Paul Rowley. 26:30 Back in the international fold, Watkins looks ahead to the World Cup and the opening game for England against Samoa in Newcastle. 29:00 His memories of Magic Weekend include scoring on his Super League debut for Leeds against Bradford. 31:15 On the other side of the ‘Ian Watson derby', Huddersfield's Ashton Golding says their coach's honesty is what's driving their current success. 34:00 Golding has played several different positions already this year and is enjoying the varying challenge each week. 38:15 Ahead of their fixture with Catalans, Warrington's George Williams discusses their poor form and what they have to do to change things. 41:00 Williams knows the game against the Dragons, which includes some of his former Wigan teammates, is a really tough test. 43:00 Finally, Chris Satae and Lachlan Coote keep it friendly ahead of the Hull derby that rounds off the weekend. 45:45 They agree the derby is somewhat different to those in Australia and liken St James' Park to Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. 50:20 Coote talks about the exit that day of head coach Tony Smith and of Danny McGuire taking over for the remainder of the season.

Love Rugby League Weekly
Paul McShane on play-off goals, England & Love Island

Love Rugby League Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 57:57


Castleford Tigers captain Paul McShane is the latest guest on the Love Rugby League podcast! The England international joins host George Riley for this week's big interview. McShane, 32, discusses Castleford's play-off goals following their turn of form in the season. Lee Radford's side sit fifth in the Super League table, and have won three games on the bounce in Super League. Meanwhile, the hooker discusses the international scene with England, having made his debut against the Combined Nations All Stars last year. He also discusses former team-mates Jacques O'Neill's inclusion in this year's hit reality TV show Love Island.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Women's Rugby League Podcast
Tally Bryer and Aimee Wood

The Women's Rugby League Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 28:23


On this episode I talk to Tally Bryer and Aimee Wood of Castleford Tigers

The Women's Rugby League Podcast

On this episode I talk to Chloe Smith and Kaitlin Varley of Castleford Tigers women

Points Of Brew Podcast
Episode 38: Get Out, Drink & Have Fun

Points Of Brew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 63:45


In this continuation of the new format podcast, Aaron and Stephen visit the Market Tap in Castleford. Established between lockdowns in 2020, the Market Tap has successfully negotiated obstacles placed in its way and continues to serve a great selection of beers to its customers.  Drinking from the bar this time, we drink two different beers whilst attending with Aaron drinking Cloudwater's 'Happy!' a session pale at 3.5% and Stephen drinking an Exercise In Friendship, a 6.2% NEIPA by Triple Point.  In this episode, we continue to discuss how this new format will take shape and the places we hope to go both locally and further afield. We touch upon how Castleford having a professional rugby league team, Castleford Tigers, based in the town helps boost its appeal and also how Leeds United being in the Premier League also boosts the city's beer appeal.  We hope that you enjoy this new format, and if you would like to send any feedback please do so by reaching out at pointsofbrew@gmail.com. Likewise, keep up to date with the latest info and updates on our social media channels; @points_of_brew for the podcast and @basicbeerboy for Aaron.

Jacuzzi® Podcast
Pressure As A Privilege - Luke Gale, Super League

Jacuzzi® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 29:15


Luke Gale has played competitive rugby league at the highest level for over 15 years, representing clubs such as Leeds Rhinos, Bradford Bulls, Castleford Tigers and Hull FC. In 2017 he won the Man of Steel player of the season award after leading Castleford Tigers to their first ever Super League Grand Final appearance. Luke has also represented England and played every one of their games at the 2017 rugby league world cup in Australia. He is currently the captain of Hull FC. ____________________ Jacuzzi is the world's leading spa brand and offers a full range of wellness products for your home and garden; from hot tubs and swim spas to whirlpool baths, saunas and hammams. With over 60 years of pedigree and innovation behind us, our mission is to provide unparalleled wellness, relaxation and recovery through moments of stillness in an increasingly hectic world. To view our full product range, visit our website at www.jacuzzi.com. Not sure which hot tub is best for you? Follow our buyer's guide here: https://www.jacuzzi.com/en-gb/design-... If you're after the full swim experience at home, try our swim spa buyer's guide: https://www.jacuzzi.com/en-gb/swim-spas For more content, check out our blog at https://blog.jacuzzi.co.uk Follow us on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacuzziuksp... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jacuzziukspa... Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/JacuzziUk...

Golden Point
Golden Point special: Brian Carney meets Daryl Powell

Golden Point

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2022 25:03


Brian Carney speaks to newly appointed Warrington Wolves head coach Daryl Powell ahead of his first game at the Halliwell Jones Stadium, where they take on his former club Castleford Tigers.

Devil In The Detail SRD
Paul Rowley Castleford pre match interview

Devil In The Detail SRD

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2022 6:28


Tune in to this pop up podcast we we talk to Head Coach Paul Rowley ahead of Salford Red Devils 1st Super League fixture of 2022 against Castleford Tigers on Friday.

The Drop Goal Podcast
The Drop Goal Podcast Episode 25: Greg Eden Interview

The Drop Goal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 38:28


On Episode 25 of the podcast Greg Eden features on the return episode and the first of 2022. We talk to Eden about his time involved with the sport, his greatest achievements as an individual as well as getting an exclusive insider on the Castleford Tigers pre-season training and what we can expect from Castleford with a new coach at the wheel. All this and much more features on the 2022 reboot of “The Drop Goal Podcast".  You can listen to the Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Anchor.Fm and YouTube by searching 'The Drop Goal Podcast' or simply click the link in our bio on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter pages (@thedropgoalpodcast for both) to take you straight to our podcast! A big thanks to our podcast sponsors over at Ruckovery. They sell some brilliant all natural products which are specifically targeted towards rugby players as well as some quality merchandise such as hoodies and t-shirts. If its something you think sparks your interest than head over to Ruckovery by clicking the link below. Use the discount code 'DROPGOAL' at checkout for a cheeky 10% off all of your purchases.    https://www.ruckovery.com/?rfsn=5301901.94d4d1  DISCLAIMER: The show does not own rights to any licensed music used in todays episode. All licensed sounds and music used follow the 'Fair Use Act' Please email us below for any enquires thedropgoalpodcast@gmail.com

Red Robin Podcast
HeritageCast #11 | Kevin Larroyer

Red Robin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 90:41


For our latest Red Robin HeritageCast we are delighted to be joined by current Halifax Panthers star and of course former Hull Kingston Rovers player Kevin Larroyer. The second rower started his professional career with Toulouse Olympique. before moving to Catalans Dragons in the summer of 2012. Whilst at the Stade Gilbert Brutus Kevin went on to make made 22 appearances for the Dragons before making the move to Craven Park in 2013 to sign for Hull Kingston Rovers. Initially signed on a one year loan deal the second rower impressed enough to earn another one year loan deal after making 22 appearances and scoring seven tries. In September 2015, the French international committed his future to Hull Kingston Rovers by signing a three-year deal. Relegation from Super League in 2016 sadly brought an end to his time with the club though with Rovers exercising their right to rip up his contact after our heart breaking relegation from Super League. Since leaving Rovers Larroyer has gone on to represent the Castleford Tigers, Bradford Bulls, Leigh Centurions and now the Halifax Panthers whilst also supporting Rugby League Cares with their Mental Health Support programme.

The Rugby League Review
Getting to Know Jordan Turner: Try-scoring family man with high hopes for Cas' new era & Grand Final Preview with former winner

The Rugby League Review

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 32:18


The two E(i)than's return with Episode 15 of the Rugby League review, welcoming someone with vast experience in Super League over the last 15 years on to the show in Castleford Tigers' Jordan Turner. Ahead of a new era beginning at Cas, Turner talks openly to the RLR all about getting into the sport, his achievements in the game to date, scoring tries for fun this season but also about the setbacks in his career including the disappointment felt by all in the Tigers camp when missing out on the play-offs this campaign. A Grand Final winner with St Helens in 2013, Turner also previews this weekend's end-of-season finale at Old Trafford. Having come up against both Catalans Dragons and the Saints this season, the 32-year-old makes his call on who he thinks will triumph. Will it be the treble for 'the Red V' or will the Dragons make another huge statement in the bid for expansion of the game? All this and more in the Rugby League Review.

By the Balls
Episode 136: Grant Millington

By the Balls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 38:43


Our special guest on this episode is Castleford Tigers prop Grant Millington. Grant talks to us about retirement, his career, his time in the NRL, his journey in rugby league, the 2017 Super League grand final and his long spell at Castleford.

The Rugby League Review
Getting to Know Mike McMeeken: 2017 Grand Final Heartbreak driving on 2021 push with League Leaders Catalans Dragons

The Rugby League Review

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 35:07


Eithan and Ben return with Episode 13 of the Rugby League review, welcoming Catalans Dragons second-rower Mike McMeeken fresh off the back of winning the 2021 League Leaders' Shield. Having come close to going all the way with Castleford Tigers in 2017, McMeeken discusses just what it would mean to him to lift the Grand Final trophy in October with the Dragons at Old Trafford. He tells the lads what it felt like to play in that unbelievable comeback win over St Helens at Magic Weekend to seal the league and also chats about getting into rugby league living down south having first played the sport's other code - Union. Making his professional debut aged just 18 with London Broncos, McMeeken already has a wealth of experience playing at the highest level but is still hungry for more. All this and more in the Rugby League Review.

Red Robin Podcast
Saturday Night Fever

Red Robin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 64:28


In this weeks Red Robin Podcast we preview our crucial game against the Castleford Tigers at Craven Park on Saturday night as the club looks forward to a do or die battle under the floodlights against out play off rivals. We look back at our entertaining victory over the Leigh Centurions at Magic Weekend and ponder who might miss out now that it has been confirmed Jordan Abdull is set to make his long awaited comeback from injury. There is disappointing news to mull over as well after Tony Smith revealed George Lawler isn't fit to return and may have played his last game for the Robins due to a thumb injury whilst Korbin Sims will miss out yet again. We also take a look at Rovers latest acquisition after it was announced Greg Richards will be joining the club from the London Broncos and we also discuss the news that Greg Minikin will be leaving at the end of the season to join Warrington Wolves whilst Ben Crooks has signed a one year contract extension.

The Rugby League Review
Getting to Know Matty Storton: Rising up from League 1 with hometown club Bulls to become a regular Rovers Super League starter

The Rugby League Review

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 29:51


Eithan returns with Episode 11 of the Rugby League review and brings with him two podcast debutants and fellow Prost International writers. Namesake Ethan and Benedict join him alongside Hull Kingston Rovers prop Matty Storton ahead of the 'Rivals Round' in Super League. Still just 22, Storton discusses how he rose through the ranks at hometown club Bradford Bulls during their spell in League 1 and helped them to win promotion back up to the Championship before securing a regular starting spot as Prop in Tony Smith's KR lineup. Signing a new contract with the Robins a few days prior to recording, Storton also talked to the lads about how both he and the team have developed in the last couple of years, with their sights now firmly set on finishing in the play-offs come the end of the regular season. Next up for Smith's side, a trip to neighbours Hull FC for the fierce local derby and Storton discusses the prospect of that game too. Away from the Rovers man, Eithan, Benedict and Ethan also preview the 'Rivals Round', giving their predictions for each of the fixtures over the coming days including that Hull derby. Wigan Warriors and St Helens lock horns again, as do Castleford Tigers and Wakefield Trinity amongst others. All this and more in the Rugby League Review.

The Rugby League Review
Getting to Know Rémi Casty: From France to Australia and back again as Super League promotion hunt with Toulouse roars on

The Rugby League Review

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 45:42


Cal and Eithan return with Episode 10 of the Rugby League review and bring with them another player guest. The first French international comes in the form of Toulouse Olympique's Rémi Casty. Currently a part of the team topping the Betfred Championship with 11 wins from 11, all away from home, it seems that Casty will once again be a Super League player next season, adding to his two spells with Catalans Dragons. Rémi talks to the lads all about his career so far including winning the Challenge Cup with the Dragons, COVID difficulties as an international side in a league which is mainly semi-professional, and promotion potential. An experienced French international, there's so much more from him too with so many career highlights. But, away from the Toulouse man, Cal and Eithan also discuss the standout games from the week just gone in rugby league. St Helens got the better of Catalans but then lost out surprisingly at home to Castleford Tigers, Super League's bottom club Leigh Centurions lost heavily to Leeds Rhinos but did come close against Hull KR previously, who next have a mouthwatering Hull Derby against fierce rivals FC. All this and more in the Rugby League Review.

Pig Wrestling Podcast - Unleashing Human Potential
Self-discipline - How do effective leaders develop self-discipline? With Lee Radford

Pig Wrestling Podcast - Unleashing Human Potential

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 58:13


The Hack is back and what a show we have in store for you this week as your hosts Leon, Paul and Jo are joined by none other than Hull rugby legend Lee Radford. Lee is a former England international rugby player who spent most of his career representing Hull. He had a hugely successful spell at the Bradford Bulls sandwiched in the middle, going on to coach the club he represented on over 190 occasions. Lee is now set to become head coach of the Castleford Tigers, where he will look to add to the honours he won as a player. Lee's career provides a perspective not yet covered on the show and one especially poignant with regards to the 100x Leadership challenge which our hosts are also doing on our spin-off series, 100x Leader. To have a leader in elite sport on the show provides a wide range of thought-provoking topics to discuss, including effective leadership, building a team and developing potential. As always, The Hack focuses on people, processes and technology and it's especially interesting to learn the process that goes on at a top-level sporting institution. With Lee set to start a new role as head coach of Castleford Tigers next year, this episode provides an insight into the man himself as our hosts try to discover what makes him tick. From books that have changed his life to small purchases with a positive impact, we're able to learn more about Lee than just his rugby exploits. With his role with the Tigers looming large in his mind, we're able to get a sneak peek into what the club might look like under his stewardship, his plans for the team and his ambition to align the club with the local community. The Hack continues to support the fantastic work of Andy's Man Club, a non-profit organisation in the North of England seeking to provide a welcoming environment for men struggling with mental health issues. All this and more make for another fascinating episode of The Hack that you will not want to miss! Sponsored by: Talk suicide Powered By: Think Cloud

5 live Rugby League
"A seminal moment for international rugby league...and a celebration of humanity"

5 live Rugby League

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 65:05


On this week's bumper episode, correspondent Dave Woods is joined by Jon Dutton, Chief Executive Officer of RLWC2021, and Wales head coach John Kear to discuss the World Cup officially being given the green light with just 100 days to go until the start of the tournament. We also hear from St Helens prop forward Kyle Amor and Castleford Tigers loose forward Adam Milner to look ahead to Saturday's Challenge Cup Final at Wembley.

Out Of Your League
OOYL: S.3 E.21 with Daryl Powell

Out Of Your League

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 53:31


Ahead of Castleford Tigers' trip to Wembley on Saturday, head coach Daryl Powell joins Will Perry, Mark Flanagan & Jon Wilkin on Out Of Your League this week. Powell reflects on his coaching journey to date, including his eight-year tenure with the Tigers, looks ahead to his next challenge at Warrington Wolves & explains just how much it would mean to lead the Tigers to a victory in the Challenge Cup Final against St Helens.

The Rugby League Review
One on One with Matt Cook: Former Super League Grand Finalist turned part-time academic genius

The Rugby League Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2021 31:52


Eithan returns with Episode 6 of the Rugby League review and brings with it something new to the show, a one-on-one chat with special guest and friend of the podcast Matt Cook, currently with Widnes Vikings in the Betfred Championship. Cook talks us through some of the most important and memorable stages of his career to date. How and why he switched from union to league in his early playing days, what it felt like to win the League Leaders Shield and walk out in a Grand Final at Old Trafford for Castleford Tigers in the 2017 campaign, going from playing full-time to part-time and now working as a 'Team Supervisor' at this year's Rugby League World Cup. All this and more in the Rugby League Review.

The Rugby League Review
Catalans' Tom Davies, picking the best out of an ever-changing Super League schedule and Transfer Talk as Tigers make moves for 2022

The Rugby League Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 47:12


Cal, Ben and Eithan return with Episode 4 of the Rugby League review and are joined for by a special guest again as Catalans Dragons winger Tom Davies speaks about being top of the league, moving over to and living in France, his time with Wigan Warriors and much more. Davies was on the scoresheet again earlier this week as the Dragons eased past Huddersfield Giants, making it 10 wins in 11 games. There's also round up of the last week across the Super League and Betfred Championship, with games being postponed, cancelled and re-arranged seemingly everyday at the moment. Warrington made it six wins in a row with a thumping victory over Wigan, Leigh lost out again and are now winless in 13 Super League games while Featherstone Rovers' dominance in the Championship continued. Transfers are being made across the world of rugby league ahead of the next campaign, Warrington and Castleford Tigers the front runners in that field at the moment. It looks like George Williams will be joining Wire, but one question remains, when will it be? All this and more in the Rugby League Review.

Andy Raymond #UNFILTERED
Ep 205. The Legends Series - Adrian Vowles - Man of Steel (Pt 2)

Andy Raymond #UNFILTERED

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 32:16


Adrian Vowles like you have never heard before!Stalk us on social media:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theandyraymond/Twitter - https://twitter.com/TheAndyRaymondFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheAndyRaymond/And visit us @ http://www.andyraymondunfiltered.com.au

Andy Raymond #UNFILTERED
Ep 204. The Legends Series - Adrian Vowles - Man of Steel (Pt 1)

Andy Raymond #UNFILTERED

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2021 21:35


Adrian Vowles like you have never heard before!Stalk us on social media:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theandyraymond/Twitter - https://twitter.com/TheAndyRaymondFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheAndyRaymond/And visit us @ http://www.andyraymondunfiltered.com.au

Andy Raymond #UNFILTERED
Ep 203. The Weekly Wodge

Andy Raymond #UNFILTERED

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 47:33


... featuring Craig Bellamy, Reed Mahoney, Robbie Kearns, Jayden Brailey, Adrian Vowles, Ryan James, Michael Cleary and Adam Doueihi!     Hosted by Andy RaymondStalk us on social media:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theandyraymond/Twitter - https://twitter.com/TheAndyRaymondFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheAndyRaymond/And visit us @ http://www.andyraymondunfiltered.com.au

The Rugby League Review
Saints and Cas march on to Wembley, Widnes fall short in 1895 cup and England's World Cup hopes

The Rugby League Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 36:04


St Helens and Castleford Tigers both won their respective Challenge Cup Semi-finals and will meet in the final at Wembley next month. Meanwhile, the 1895 cup semis also took place and England have revealed their kit for this year's World Cup. Cal, Ben and Eithan discuss all this and more in the Rugby League Review's first ever episode!

5 live Rugby League
The Match Winners

5 live Rugby League

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 46:08


On this week's episode, correspondent Dave Woods is joined by the England captain and St Helens forward Emily Rudge and the Castleford Tigers three-quarter Jordan Turner to discuss their player-of-the-match performances in the Challenge Cup on Saturday, as Emily's St Helens won the Women's Challenge Cup for the first time, and Jordan reached his first Challenge Cup Final with Castleford. Leeds Rhinos assistant coach Jamie Jones-Buchanan also joins us to debate whether Saints' Theo Fages should have picked up the ball to score a try when Hull's Josh Griffin was stricken with injury, and Jordan tells us why he'll be proud to represent Jamaica for his family at the World Cup.

Shoulder Charge - A Rugby League Podcast
8: Barrow Raiders' ambitious plans

Shoulder Charge - A Rugby League Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 44:23


On the show this week I speak to the Barrow Raiders Chairman Steve Neale. Since lockdown, despite the season being suspended, he has been able to bring in vital income for the club through setting up a beer garden on the Craven Park pitch. The club has recently signed former Super League and Toronto player Hakim Miloudi, and Steve says this income was a key reason why they were able to afford him. He has ambitious plans of going unbeaten this season in League 1 and in the future pushing for a place in Super League. Also on the show I offer my thoughts on the recent decision to not grant Hull KR, Bradford Bulls and Castleford Tigers an Elite Academy licence. There are also rumours of a return to licensing for Super League, and I discuss why that would be the wrong move. And there's all the action from round 7 too. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shoulder-charge/message

Red Robin Podcast
Rovers head to the Holy Trinity!

Red Robin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 76:22


In this weeks Red Robin Podcast we reflect on our first live rugby league experience in over 13 months as we bagged tickets to watch Rovers take on Castleford Tigers at Wheldon Road. And boy what a game to return to!! Join us as we discuss: - Rovers magnificent 26 - 22 victory over Castelford - Rovers fans back on the terraces - Korbin Sims gallant display - Adam Quinlain back to his best - Jordan Abdulls magnificent early season form and why he might be a potential England Knights player - Ryan Halls try scoring prowess and why Shaun Wane should be bringing him back into the England set up - Our hugely important upcoming fixture against Wakefield Trinity

Red Robin Podcast
Its Cas again, but this time with fans!

Red Robin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021 79:24


In this weeks episode we are joined by Hull Live Hull Kingston Rovers reporter James O'Brien as we look forward to our Round Six Super League fixtures against Castleford Tigers.  We also discuss the goers and stayers at Rovers after it was announced George Lawler will leave the club at the end of the season while Jordan Abdull and Ethan Ryan have signed contract extensions.  We will also take a look at Mikey Lewis as it was announced that he will be joining the York City Knights on a one month loan deal. And we also take a look at the latest transfer rumours involving Hull Kingston Rovers.

Golden Point
Ep8: Lindsay Anfield's life in league

Golden Point

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 50:25


On this week's episode of the Golden Point Podcast, former England international and highly-regarded coach Lindsay Anfield joins the panel.Anfield, who recently joined Women's Super League side York City Knights as director of rugby following five successful years as Castleford Tigers head coach, talks to host Marc Bazeley about her life in rugby league.She reveals why she decided to leave Castleford earlier this year and what led to her accepting York's offer to join their burgeoning women's team.Anfield tells us about her early years playing rugby league in Barrow after switching from hockey and netball, moving to Yorkshire to pursue her international ambitions and why she decided to move into coaching.There are reflections on the growth of the women's game and thoughts on how it can keep progressing, plus Anfield explains why she could be coaching the Uganda national team at a World Cup one day.

Devil In The Detail SRD
Richard Marshall Challenge Cup pre match press conference + Reaction

Devil In The Detail SRD

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 21:31


Join Rob, Paul and Parky as we speak to Salford Red Devil’s Head Coach Richard Marshall ahead of their Challenge Cup game against Castleford Tigers.

Forty20 Rugby League Podcasts
Forty20 NOT LIVE: 27th April 2021

Forty20 Rugby League Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 98:42


Welcome to our 187th Episode Spetacular here on the Forty20 Rugby League Podcasts channel! (We don't know how many we did on "the other place" to add on.)   To celebrate, Phil and Richard talk all the news in RL, including, but limited to, Lee Radford's appointment as Castleford Tigers coach from 2022, all the action from the weekend, potential TV deals for the Championship, and why streaming might be better all round.   Plus, our special guest this week is the Chairman of the York City Knights, Jon Flatman, as he, and they, prepare to welcome fans into their new home, the growth of the club, impact of the World Cup on the city and North Yorkshire as a whole, James Ford's impact and more.

Out Of Your League
OOYL: S.3 E.9 with Paul McShane

Out Of Your League

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2021 42:12


Paul McShane joins Will Perry, Jon Wilkin & Mark Flanagan on Out Of Your League this week to discuss his rugby league journey from almost going part time in 2015 to becoming Steve Prescott MBE Man of Steel in 2020. The Castleford Tigers hooker also reflects on the influence of Daryl Powell on his career and looks ahead to a potential World Cup appearance later in the year.

With The Brand
With The Brand x Castleford Tigers

With The Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2021 31:55


With the new Super League season now well underway, we catch up with Tom Maguire, the Media & Marketing Manager at Castleford Tigers. We chat about how the rugby league club has kept it's supporters engaged throughout the pandemic and what it's like working with professional sportspeople from a brand level. Remember to subscribe so you don't miss our next episode!

Red Robin Podcast
The Magic of the Cup (Let's hope)

Red Robin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2021 54:23


In this episode Joe and Chris look back at the 25-0 defeat at the hands of current of Super League Champions St Helens, the lads also reflect on the news that Hull Kingston Rovers Vice Captain Elliot Minchella will not play again this season and look forward to Fridays Challenge Cup tie against the Castleford Tigers.

Dock House Rugby Show
GAME REVIEW: SAINTS v HULL KR | CASTLEFORD v LEEDS | WIGAN v WAKEFIELD | Super League

Dock House Rugby Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 14986:48


▬ Contents of this video ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 00:00 - Intro & Sponsor Information 00:23 - St Helens Vs Hull K.R. 06:18 - Wigan Warriors Vs Wakefield Trinity 07:39 - Leeds Rhinos Vs Castleford Tigers #RugbyLeague #SuperLeague Join Keith & Dave for the Dock House Rugby Show. Tonight's episode reviews: It's round two of the 2021 Super League, dedicated Mose Masoe. Saints take easy win over Hull KR. Regan Grace scores for St Helens. Support the Foundation Mose Masoe @mosemasoefoundation HULL KINGSTON ROVERS 0-25 ST HELENS THURSDAY 1ST APRIL 2021 KO: 20:15 - ROUND: 2 0-25 FT - HT: 0 10 Thursday night was the Jake Bibby show, when he scored his first Super League Hat-Trick, taking Wigan to a comfortable 34-6 win over Wakefield Trinity. WIGAN WARRIORS 34-6 WAKEFIELD TRINITY THURSDAY 1ST APRIL 2021 KO: 18:00 - ROUND: 2 34-6 FT - HT: 6 6 It was Jordan Turner who made it final for Castleford Tigers on Friday with a try in the last 10 minutes which secured the 18-10 win over Leeds Rhinos. LEEDS RHINOS 10-18 CASTLEFORD TIGERS FRIDAY 2ND APRIL 2021 KO: 15:t YouTube community stories. FOLLOW OUR HOSTS: Keith Hyland: https://www.instagram.com/keithh72/ David Pye: https://www.instagram.com/pyedavid/ FOLLOW DOCKHOUSE: Follow The Dock House: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dockhouse.podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dockhousepodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/dockhousecast Listen on Spotify: https://bit.ly/dockhouse-spotify Listen on iTunes: http://bit.ly/dockhoust-podcast

Red Robin Podcast
Castleford Tigers ‘friendly' review

Red Robin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 16:34


Joe and Chris reflect on Rovers 30-20 defeat at the hands of Castleford Tigers in the clubs only pre season friendly of 2021.

Red Robin Podcast
Rugby League is back!

Red Robin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2021 71:01


Rugby League at Craven is Park is back!!! In this week episode Joe and Chris are joined by Castleford Tigers Testimonial man Adam Milner and Hull Daily Mail reporter James O'Brien. Ahead of Sundays pre season friendly against Castleford Tigers the lads will be discussing: - Team news - The 'new' South Stand - Shaun Kenny-Dowall as Captain Fantastic and Elliot Minchella as his understudy

The Vibing and Thriving Podcast
Mindset is EVERYTHING w/ Suaia Matagi

The Vibing and Thriving Podcast

Play Episode Play 35 sec Highlight Listen Later Feb 7, 2021 49:07


HELLO beautiful people.Wanting to feel inspired today?? LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE In this episode, I get to chat with such an inspiring and passionate soul - Suaia Matagi.Suaia and I connected through our coaching businesses and when I heard his story I was truly inspired. He hit rock bottom but through hard work and resilience bounced back to truly make something for himself. He is a loving husband, father of 4, and a professional rugby league player; currently playing for the Castleford Tigers in the UK.  He now has his own coaching business and is ready to use his own life lessons to impact as many people as he can.Suaia shares how important mindset is and how that has impacted his career as a professional athlete.  Make sure you follow him here on Instagram here: @suaiamatagiThank you so much for listening. I appreciate you!Follow me on my Instagram page:@vibing__andthrivingL xx

The Sports Initiative Podcast

Darren Higgins is the Head of Youth performance at Castleford Tigers RLFC. Part of the Betfred Super League, Castleford Tigers are known for their expansive style of play and player which is also exhibited further down their pathway in the development teams. Darren's role is to oversee players holistic development from initiation into the club right the way through to the first team environment. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Human Performance Podcast
#26 Strength and Conditioning Coaching

The Human Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2020 40:46


This week's guest is Chris Baird Senior Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Loughborough. Chris holds a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science and an MSc in Strength and Conditioning. He is also UKSCA accredited and has over seven years of experience in the field. Providing strength and conditioning help to athletes from many sports, including football, rugby, swimming and weightlifting, Chris has also worked with Castleford Tigers and Peterborough United Academy. Alex and Chris discuss the use of technology in sports and performance and how technique and multi-disciplinary coaching can lead to improvements in performance. Oro is the personalised health and fitness app created by the coaches behind Olympic athletes. They have created a fitness and nutrition programme that adapts to you, week-by-week. https://www.weareoro.com/