It was a nasty evening all spherical for Castleford Tigers followers.
Not solely did they see their group get comprehensively turned over by Daryl Powell’s Warrington Wolves, however a lot of them have been additionally left stranded in Warrington after vandals smashed up the membership’s official supporters’ coach.
In response to eyewitnesses, bricks have been thrown on the coach, which resulted in three totally different home windows being smashed.
Among the many supporters on the coach was @TomWLUFC, who shared images of the injury on Twitter.
Chatting with Rugby League Dwell, Tom stated: “We have been leaving the stadium after a poor efficiency by the lads so the morale was low on the bus.
“Then Warrington youth got here and pounded our bus with rocks, bricks and any objects close to them they might discover and three home windows smashed.
“This can be a membership run coach which is for household to return on and revel in some rugby league which is a ‘household sport’. For 20 minutes fixed bricks and objects have been thrown at our home windows and the stewards simply stood there doing nothing. This all occurred on the road outdoors the away finish going onto the primary highway.”
Followers have been pressured to go away the coach and wait outdoors in an area retail park for a substitute coach to reach from Pontefract, which didn’t arrive till simply after 12:30 AM.
“We predict to be on the Jungle for 1.45. I’m very annoyed and hope us followers get compensated. We come to rugby league video games for the rugby and to see our beloved group play and by no means anticipate this.
“For the individuals on this bus who more than likely have work within the morning because it’s a Friday they’ll have that disrupted, I personally begin at 7 AM.”
It ended a rotten evening for Cas as they have been defeated 34-10 by Warrington Wolves of their first sport towards former head coach Daryl Powell.
Peter Mata’utia, who additionally made the transfer with Powell, scored and was named man of the match.
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