Twenty Legends pays homage to some of the fine men who have served Castleford RLFC so well since its admission to the Rugby League in 1926 through to the Tigers of the present day. The book recounts the deeds of several players who, among other achievements, won the Challenge Cup in 1935, in successive seasons in 1969 and 1970 and again in 1986 with plenty of other silverware also collected along the way by a team rightly dubbed 'Classy Cas'. And when you read about the talents of such as Arthur Atkinson, Mal Reilly and Lee Crooks and not forgetting the current squad with the likes of Ryan McGoldrick, who helped the team secure a Super League franchise, it's impossible not to be impressed. As a club that, since the 1960s in particular, has regularly been among the leading lights of the sport, Castleford occupy a special niche in rugby league folklore. Twenty Legends reflects the personalities and the commitment of the men who have contributed to that standing.