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2019 Challenge Cup Quarter Final Draw





Two Championship sides were in the draw for the quarter finals of the Coral Challenge Cup was made this afternoon at the Halliwell-Jones after the pulsating game between the Wolves and the Warriors.

Yesterday’s giant killers, the Bradford Bulls, present at the expense of the Leeds Rhinos, and were joined by six other sides including fellow championship side Halifax. Hull KR who shocked the Salford Red Devils on Saturday afternoon and the holders, Catalan Dragons, were also in the hat.

With one game still to play, the late kick-off between the Giants and the Saints, one side would have to wait a few extra hours to find out their opponents.

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Posted by Cokey on Sun May 12, 2019 5:53 pm
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If Catalans can beat Hull FC at home (where Catalans recently thrashed Hull FC) then Catalans are only 90 minutes from a title defence at Wembley. Somehow I don't think that Hull FC will cave against Catalans in the quarter final. It could be a close game.

If Gigot, Tomkins, McIlorum, Moa, and Casty stay fit then Catalans should beat Hull FC.

St Helens should easily beat Wakefield.

Bradford should beat Halifax.

Warrington should easily beat Hull KR.
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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:
If Catalans can beat Hull FC at home (where Catalans recently thrashed Hull FC) then Catalans are only 90 minutes from a title defence at Wembley. Somehow I don't think that Hull FC will cave against Catalans in the quarter final. It could be a close game.

If Gigot, Tomkins, McIlorum, Moa, and Casty stay fit then Catalans should beat Hull FC.

St Helens should easily beat Wakefield.

Bradford should beat Halifax.

Warrington should easily beat Hull KR.


Spend all the effort correcting the first names of players but can’t even get 80 & 90 mins right. :roll:
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Spend all the effort correcting the first names of players but can’t even get 80 & 90 mins right. :roll:


All games have ten (10) minutes break at half time. Two halves each of forty (40) minutes, plus half time, makes ninety (90) minutes (not counting injury time, which is indeterminable).
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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:
All games have ten (10) minutes break at half time. Two halves each of forty (40) minutes, plus half time, makes ninety (90) minutes (not counting injury time, which is indeterminable).


Half times last much longer than 10 mins these days.
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Half time breaks are 20 mins.
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Hull against Catalans is a game that could go either way, but you can't read anything into last week's result.

We are the most wildly inconsistent team in the league, but if the forwards really get the bit between their teeth and if Kelly and Connor are in the mood then I don't really care who Catalans have available. And since it's a knockout game, I expect us to be up for it.
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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:
If Catalans can beat Hull FC at home (where Catalans recently thrashed Hull FC) then Catalans are only 90 minutes from a title defence at Wembley. Somehow I don't think that Hull FC will cave against Catalans in the quarter final. It could be a close game.

If Gigot, Tomkins, McIlorum, Moa, and Casty stay fit then Catalans should beat Hull FC.

St Helens should easily beat Wakefield.

Bradford should beat Halifax.

Warrington should easily beat Hull KR.


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