IN this week’s Express we report on how friends of a young Castleford man who plunged to his death in a Spanish hotel have launched a campaign to raise £15,000 to help pay the costs of bringing his body home.
Also in the news:
- A former cruise ship worker from Ackworth has admitted carrying out a string of sex attacks on 13 youngsters while working in a children’s activity area.
- Featherstone Rovers have launched a fundraising campaign to support seriously injured player Tangi Ropati whose jaw was broken in Rovers’ Challenge cup victory over Castleford.
- Brave youngster Noah Woolford – who has cerebral palsy – could be chosen for a £24,000 pioneering operation to help him walk.
- All the latest news from Featherstone Rovers, including a full preview of Friday night’s Challenge Cup clash against holders Wigan Warriors at Bigfellas Stadium and action photographs from last Sunday’s win against Swinton Lions.
- Castleford Tigers are sending four fringe players out to Championship clubs in a bid to get them better prepared for Super League action.
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