In this week’s Express...
We have an exclusive interview with Castleford Tigers’ chiefs on the future of the club and plans for the stadium.
See inside for a two-page special report.
Also in the news...
– The wife of a “corrupt” detective from Castleford accused of making thousands of pounds by stealing drugs told a jury she never had cancer.
– A major consultation over proposed changes to hospital services across the Wakefield district has been launched this week.
– Six Pontefract schools are set to become academies if council chiefs approve the plans at a meeting next week.
– Knottingley Library will move into the town’s sports centre after council bosses rubberstamped plans to sell the land to a retail developer.
– Castleford Tigers coach Ian Millward hopes to field an unchanged line-up in Friday’s game at Hull FC.
– Unbeaten Featherstone Rovers have three players returning for Thursday’s home match against Keighley Cougars.
– Pontefract Squash Club’s remarkably talented nine-year-old Sam Todd came within an ace of winning the England under 13 championship.
– All the latest news and match reports from the local soccer, amateur RL and rugby union scenes, plus a full round-up of local junior sport.
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