Castleford Tigers came agonisingly close to pulling off an amazing comeback at Wigan Warriors as they lost out by two points in a real game of two halves at the DW Stadium. After a dreadful first half they trailed 20-0 at the break, but stormed back after the break and in the end were unlucky to lose 24-22 as Wigan’s only points of the second half were from kicks presented to them by poor decisions from referee James Child.What could go wrong did go wrong in the first half for the Tigers as they trailed 20-0 and it could have been more.Defensively they were weak, attack-wise there was a lack of possession and when they had the ball they lost the ball too often.They were not helped as Wigan got every decision in the first 20 minutes and no luck with kicks ricocheting off Cas and back to home players, but they did not really deserve any fortune.Wigan were ahead from the fourth minute when Liam Marshall was first to reach a kick in behind the Tigers defence by George Williams, controlled the ball and went over for the first try.A second followed as Gabriel Hamlin charged through a weak… Read full this story
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