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Eagletarian

Some info re Draw and a question

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Below is an article from the BBC web pages, is it true what is highlighted in red?

Siddal became the 22nd non-league club to topple a professional outfit since amateur clubs gained wholesale entry into the Cup in 1993-94.

They did it in record-breaking fashion, eclipsing the previous widest victory of margin achieved by Beverley with their 27-4 win at Highfield in 1995.

The only other amateur outfit to go into the hat are Wigan St Judes, whose third-round tie at Widnes Vikings was postponed and rearranged for Tuesday night.

Monday's draw, which will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 5 live, will be made by Graeme West and Garry Schofield who both played in the 1985 Challenge Cup Final between Wigan and Hull, one of the greatest finals of all time.......................................................

Carnegie Challenge Cup

Leigh East 14-30 Hunslet Warriors

Surely, Hunslet Warriors are in there somewhere...........

Edited by Eagletarian

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Stone me they have only gone and corrected it now. Maybe my phonecall worked

The original header was about Hull KR booking thier place in the 4th round!!.

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Leigh East v Hunslet Warriors was a glaring error. Two amateur teams just can't draw each other in the third round.

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William Hills' odds for the Cup

William Hill bet: 11/4 St Helens; 7/2 Leeds; 5/1 Warrington, Wigan, Bradford; 16-1 Huddersfield, Hull FC; 20/1 Catalans, Wakefield; 25/1 Castleford; 33/1 Hull KR; 50/1 Crusaders; 66/1 Harlequins; 80/1 Salford; 125/1 Halifax, Widnes; 150/1 Batley; 200/1 Barrow; 250/1 Leigh, Whitehaven; 500/1 Blackpool, Dewsbury, Featherstone, Hunslet, Lezignan, Limoux, Oldham, Sheffield, Swinton, York; 1,000/1 Toulouse; 2,500/1 Siddal, Wigan St Judes.

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The Dogs 150 : 1 - which planet are they on .....

What's it matter ? 150/1 or 150000/1 - who's going to risk a fiver on them ? :happy:

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They've got Siddal in the next round, which is reflected in the odds.

The odds are to win it - not sure that an easy ride into the last 16 is sufficient to justify those odds.

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