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Defining Moments for Castleford Tigers 1926-2015 By Dr John Davis
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Everyone has moments or days when events or occurrences shape their lives. Whether it be exam results, job interviews or marriage they are never forgotten. This is especially so with the good or... More > positive moments. This book describes those occasions which have defined the destiny of Castleford Tigers. From the time the club broke through into the senior ranks in 1926 to their successful 2014 campaign and reaching the Super Eight in its inaugural season of 2015, the story of the illustrious history of this rugby league side is told. It covers the Challenge Cup successful years of 1935, 1969, 1970 and 1986 as well as the variety of other cup competition achievements. Toppling the Australians is the ultimate in European rugby league and a chapter describing the significant influence of Castleford players in Great Britain’s last Ashes victory in 1970, broadens the scope of the club’s definitive moments.< Less
Castleford Tigers 1926-2015: Results By Dr John Davis
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It is always useful for a supporter of any sporting club to have at hand his or her handbook relating to the results of that club. This book provides a comprehensive list of every competitive result... More > in the history of Castleford Tigers. From their very first match at Hull in August 1926 to the end of Super League XX in 2015 there is not a match that the holder of this book will not know about. The results of a total of 2,740 league matches are included as well as 622 cup and other competitive fixtures including eight encounters with each of Australia and New Zealand. For every game the number of tries, goals and drop goals (shown in brackets in the goals column in each season) Castleford have scored is listed. A summary of each season’s performance is also presented along with a number of tables. The book closes with a summary of the club’s honours, a brief quiz and fixtures for 2016.< Less
Honouring the Anzacs By Kasey Miller
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Commands system The RAF command system was very complicated and rather overdone, but worked surprisingly well. If a squadron has 2/3 (in points) of planes from a single command (which isn't... More > obligatory), it gets the following specific special rule: Fighter Command - 'Tally Ho!' special rule Once per turn (not phase!) the player may activate two fighters (or fighter formations) in a row. Bomber Command - 'Night bombing' special rule The player may always choose to attack at night and be an attacker. Coastal Command - 'The empire on which the sun never sets' special rule Up to 1/3 of the squadron (in points) may be taken from the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm squadron list (both from Core and Fleet Carrier list) Far East Command - 'The empire on which the sun never sets' special rule Up to 1/3 of the squadron (in points) may be taken from one (and only one) of the following squadron lists: • Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm squadron list (both from Core and Fleet Carrier list) • RAAF • RNZAF< Less
It Happened in a Final: Cas 33 v 2 Wigan By Dr John Davis
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There is never the perfect performance. Castleford’s victory on Saturday 22 January 1994 in the Regal Trophy Final over Wigan by 33 points to 2, however, comes close, very close. There can be... More > no argument, simply because Wigan were all-conquering at the time. Their squad was littered with internationals, they were the current and prospective First Division Champions, had won the Challenge Cup in the previous six seasons and were the holders of the very competition which Castleford sought to deny them on this memorable occasion. History shows that Wigan won this piece of silverware on eight occasions, losing only one final – this one!< Less