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Wigan too good for Castleford

Wigan too good for Castleford

Wigan Warriors joined Wakefield, Warrington and Hull FC in the Challenge Cup semi-final following a 26-12 victory over Castleford. A first-half blitz saw Wigan lead 22-0 at half-time with Dan Sarginson, Sam Tomkins and Josh Charnley (2), crossing to score.

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Hull FC one step closer to Challenge Cup glory

Hull FC one step closer to Challenge Cup glory

Hull FC extended their winning streak to ten games as they comfortably defeated Catalans 22-8. Lee Radford’s side was always on top once they took the lead after Benjamin Garcia had put Catalans in front on his first appearances since

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Matty Smith desperate for Wembley reunion with Wigan

Matty Smith desperate for Wembley reunion with Wigan

Matty Smith has called on his Wigan troops to end their poor cup form of recent years and secure a spot in this year’s final. The Warriors take on Castleford this Saturday for a spot in the final four, a

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Solomona has his say on rumours linking him with Wigan

Solomona has his say on rumours linking him with Wigan

Castleford Tigers winger Denny Solomona has poured cold water on recent reports linking him with a move away from the Mend-A-Hose Jungle. The flying winger, who is Super League’s top try-scorer in 2016, has been linked with a number of

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Sneyd’s licence to thrill the reason for his form

Sneyd’s licence to thrill the reason for his form

Hull FC halfback Marc Sneyd has relished the freedom to express himself this season, and believes playing without pressure is a key component to his side’s success. The 25-year-old’s performances came under some scrutiny last season, but that has only

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Richards raring to go ahead of Hull FC challenge

Richards raring to go ahead of Hull FC challenge

Catalans Dragons winger Pat Richards believes it doesn’t come much tougher than taking on Hull FC ahead of their Challenge Cup quarter-final clash. Richards believes that their game against Warrington Wolves last week, a game they lost 20-18, was the perfect

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Smith proud of Warrington’s desire in Cup victory

Smith proud of Warrington’s desire in Cup victory

Tony Smith praised his side’s effort as they grafted to victory over Widnes. A late Kurt Gidley penalty saw them advance to the last four of the Challenge Cup as they overcame the Vikings 20-18. While Smith wasn’t completely satisfied

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Betts upbeat despite narrow Challenge Cup defeat

Betts upbeat despite narrow Challenge Cup defeat

Denis Betts found plenty of positives following his side’s narrow Challenge Cup defeat to Warrington. Kurt Gidley’s late penalty earned the Wolves a 20-18 victory in what proved to be a thrilling cup quarter-final. Although Betts was disappointed to see

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Warrington prevail in Challenge Cup thriller

Warrington prevail in Challenge Cup thriller

Warrington advanced to the last four of the Challenge Cup following a 20-18 victory over the valiant Widnes Vikings. Kurt Gidley’s penalty seven minutes from time saw the Wolves scrape to victory after a thrilling contest that exploded into life

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Sa’u pleased with Salford’s progression in 2016

Sa’u pleased with Salford’s progression in 2016

Salford star Junior Sa’u believes the club is on the right track despite their recent form. The New Zealand international has been with the Red Devils since 2014, in which time the Red Devils have finished 10th and 11th in

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