A LAST minute try from Craig Huby clinched a memorable 34-30 victory for a Danny Orr inspired Castleford Tigers side against Salford City Reds at the Probiz Coliseum.
Ian Millward's men were trailing 30-22 with only four minutes left, but pulled victory from the jaws of defeat when skipper Orr completed a hat-trick of tries then Huby came up with a dramatic injury time winner after leaping to collect a Rangi Chase high kick.
In an entertaining, topsy-turvy game, Salford led 12-4 after 24 minutes with tries by Vinnie Anderson and Jodie Broughton coming after Nick Youngquest had opened the scoring for the hosts.
But two tries in the last two minutes of the opening half from Orr and Jordan Thompson, converted by Kirk Dixon, gave the Tigers a 16-12 interval lead.
Orr's second try and another Dixon goal stretched the Tigers lead to 22-12 early in the second half before Salford left the home crowd stunned with a quickfire double for Joel Moon and Stephen Wild.
Matty Ashurst had a "try" chalked off for a forward pass, but when Luke Patten sent Sean Gleeson charging over and Marc Sneyd made it five out of five with the boot on 73 minutes it seemed the Reds had the points in the bag only for the big finish from Cas.