First and second round Challenge Cup draws made as Hull's leading amateur sides learn fate

Got something to discuss about RL in general? Then this is the place to post it.
Post Reply
josie andrews
Posts: 32055
Joined: Sun Jun 10, 2007 10:17 pm
Location: Wigan
Contact:

First and second round Challenge Cup draws made as Hull's leading amateur sides learn fate

Post by josie andrews »

The first men's Challenge Cup draw of the year has been made.

The Challenge Cup men's first and second round draws have been made at Wembley Stadium with Hull's leading amateur sides all involved.

Skirlaugh were the first Hull club out of the hat. The East Hull based side will host London outfit Wests Warriors in the first round. Elsewhere, Hull Dockers were also drawn at home against Welsh club Rhondda Outlaws.

Myton Warriors, meanwhile, are set for an away tie to the North East. They have been drawn against Jarrow Vikings.

In the second round, West Hull face a tough trip to fellow NCL Premier Division side Siddal. Elsewhere, and should they win their first round tie, Myton Warriors will host Leigh Miners Rangers in the second round.

Should Skirlaugh beat Wests Warriors, then they will have another home clash against either London Chargers or North Herts Crusaders. Finally, Hull Dockers, should they beat the Rhondda Outlaws, will host League One side Midlands Hurricanes, who have moved to a new base this year in Birmingham.

Full Challenge Cup First Round Draw

Fryston Warriors v Thornhill Trojans

Featherstone Lions v Great Britain Police

Skirlaugh v West Warriors

Hull Dockers v Rhondda Outlaws

London Chargers v North Herts Crusaders

Doncaster Toll Bar v Royal Air Force

Hammersmith Hills Hoist v Dublin City Exiles

Brentwood Eels v Bedford Tigers

Stanningley v Milford

Royal Navy v Barrow Island

West Bowling v Waterhead

Westgate Common v Crosfields

British Army v Ashton Bears

Edinburgh Eagles v Saddleworth Rangers

Wigan St Patricks v Ince Rose Bridge

Distington v Orrell St James

Heworth v Oulton Raiders

Jarrow Vikings v Myton Warriors

Ties to be played weekend of February 11/12

Full Challenge Cup Second Round Draw


Jarrow Vikings or Myton Warriors v Leigh Miners Rangers

Skirlaugh or Wests Warriors v London Chargers or North Herts Crusaders

Hull Dockers or Rhondda Outlaws v Midlands Hurricanes

British Army or Ashton Bears v Dewsbury Rams

Fryston Warriors or Thornhill Trojans v Stanningley or Milford

Workington Town v Wigan St Patricks or Ince Rose Bridge

Rochdale Hornets v London Skolars

Distington or Orrell St James v Hammersmith Hill Hoists or Dublin City Exiles

Cornwall v Rochdale Mayfield

Hunslet v Heworth or Oulton Raiders

Siddal v West Hull

Brentwood Eels or Bedford Tigers v Wath Brow Hornets

North Wales Crusaders v Royal Navy or Barrow Island

Doncaster Toll Bar or Royal Air Force v York Acorn

Castleford Lock Lane v West Bowling or Waterhead

Featherstone Lions or Great Britain Police v Westgate Common or Crossfields

Hunslet ARLFC v Pilkington Recs

Doncaster v Oldham

Edinburgh Eagles or Saddleworth Rangers v Thatto Heath Crusaders

Ties to be played on weekend of February 25/26

https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/sport/r ... dium=email
Anyone can support a team when it is winning, that takes no courage.
But to stand behind a team, to defend a team when it is down and really needs you,
that takes a lot of courage. #18thMan
doc
Posts: 1604
Joined: Mon Feb 20, 2006 10:08 pm

Re: First and second round Challenge Cup draws made as Hull's leading amateur sides learn fate

Post by doc »

St. Pats vs Rose Bridge should be an interesting match.
the pieman
Posts: 890
Joined: Sun May 22, 2005 5:34 pm

Re: First and second round Challenge Cup draws made as Hull's leading amateur sides learn fate

Post by the pieman »

are any of these televised this year?

i really enjoyed the Orrell St James v British Army game last year but cant remember what i watched it on
josie andrews
Posts: 32055
Joined: Sun Jun 10, 2007 10:17 pm
Location: Wigan
Contact:

Re: First and second round Challenge Cup draws made as Hull's leading amateur sides learn fate

Post by josie andrews »

the pieman wrote: Fri Jan 13, 2023 11:24 am are any of these televised this year?

i really enjoyed the Orrell St James v British Army game last year but cant remember what i watched it on
Think it was on BBC as I attended the game & saw Dave Woods who I know was there.
Anyone can support a team when it is winning, that takes no courage.
But to stand behind a team, to defend a team when it is down and really needs you,
that takes a lot of courage. #18thMan
doc
Posts: 1604
Joined: Mon Feb 20, 2006 10:08 pm

Re: First and second round Challenge Cup draws made as Hull's leading amateur sides learn fate

Post by doc »

They said there would be coverage during the draw so guess it will be on the red button again. They haven't said which matches yet as far as I know. but think they could sell Pats vs Rose Bridge as a Wigan derby.
Post Reply