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Dual Registration and the Challenge Cup

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If a Super League player plays in the next round of the Challenge Cup for a Championship club, are they then cup-tied?

For example, if Dwyer played for Swinton, would this then mean Warrington couldn't play him in future rounds should Monaghan and Higham be injured or ill?

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There are two players who featured for the Sonics in the Challenge Cup (this season's comp) against Eccles, who are now on the books of the All Golds. Potentially they could play in the next round against Skirlaugh, Are they then cup tied?

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Fear not, it will all have been carefully thought through by the RFL and it'll simply be a matter or consulting the bye-laws. Like it was with Thackray.

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Now that the competition takes (seemingly) three or four years to complete, there comes a point (quarter finals, is it ?) where all bets are off and you can play for a second club.

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Now that the competition takes (seemingly) three or four years to complete, there comes a point (quarter finals, is it ?) where all bets are off and you can play for a second club.

Yep I seem to remember there is a cup-tied deadline well into the tournament.

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