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Tigers stay in top-two hunt; RUGBY LEAGUE.

CASTLEFORD coach Daryl Powell hailed his team's form after a Junior Moors double helped keep alive hopes of a top-two finish.

The Tigers trailed 12-4 early on when Adam O'Brien and Lee Gaskell crossed for Huddersfield, but Greg Eden, Moors and Jake Webster saw them ahead by the break.

Moors added his second, with Mike McMeeken, James Clare, Peter Mata'utia and Grant Millington also touching down.

Powell said: "We've players consistently playing well, which is massive. We've some improving to do but are in a good place."

Giants boss Simon Woolford said: "In the first half the game was well and truly in the balance, but we're a tired footy team at the moment and that showed."


Castleford Warrington 27 17 1 9 711 Huddersfield 28 13 1 14 521 Wakefield 27 12 1 14 680 Hull 27 11 0 16 571 Catalans 27 10 1 16 526

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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Sep 14, 2018
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