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Sun 9th May: The Betfred Women's Challenge Cup Q/F Match Thread


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Discuss the Betfred Women's Challenge Cup quarter finals here:

Leeds Rhinos v Bradford Bulls
St Helens v Featherstone Rovers
Warrington Wolves v Castleford Tigers
York City Knights v Wigan Warriors

Dates and times to be confirmed
 

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Just caught up with the Sportsman stream. Tremendous match. How good is York’s Rhiannon Marshall? She’s got everything, not least a wand of a left peg. Very impressed.

York v Wigan is live on The Sportsman YouTube channel from noon on Sunday 

Why do pundits give player of the match to someone because they finish off a try-scoring move? Asking rhetorically, since I know the answer all too well. As someone who watches a lot of Australia

York v Wigan is live on The Sportsman YouTube channel from noon on Sunday 

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13 minutes ago, RigbyLuger said:

Might be an even more interesting watch now York have signed 5 from Cas.

Saw that. Will they be able to play on Sunday?

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If the above games deliver more one-sided score-lines this weekend, it`s worth recording, for context, that 3 of the 4 NSW women`s premiership games played today finished, Cronulla 80 Cabramatta 0, Wests 46 Glebe 0, and Souths 0 Central Coast 38.

Women`s RL is a work in progress everywhere.

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Not worth its own thread but should be of interest to anyone reading this one:

This year's women's final will be live on BBC Two (as opposed to online/red button) as part of the a triple header of games that will include the men's semi finals double-header.

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Coverage has started. York have added some talent and experience during the week, so let's see how they fit in.

 

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First try to York, off a nice offload.

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Nice stepping sees Anna Davis score in the corner for Wigan. The conversion misses, so it is York 6:4 Wigan.

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Rachel Thompson gives Wigan the lead. The new faces in the York side may be internationals, but their defensive coherence is not quite there yet.

York 6:8 Wigan - a much easier conversion missed.

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York up 12-8. Two tries each - the kicks are the difference so far.

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Bethany Lambert replies for York.  The difference between the teams is just the conversions.

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Huge dummy by the Wigan FB Greenfield and she levels the scores. The conversion sneaks in.

York 12:14 Wigan

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Wigan looking like they could add a couple more before the break. York hanging on but Wigan really upping the tempo now.

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Wigan in again, against the narrow York defence. No conversion.

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Halstead in for York, after Limbert was held up.

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18 all at HT, and Wigan have a bit of a kicking problem.

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2 minutes ago, Futtocks said:

Halstead in for York, after Limbert was held up.

Women players are often unaware that they`re allowed markers on the 10m line after a player has been held up over the goal-line. They defend it like a tap penalty. Which makes you wonder about their coaches.

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