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The 2006 Super League Grand Final was the conclusive and championship-deciding game of Super League XI. Held on Saturday, 14 October at Manchester's Old Trafford ground, the game was played between St. Helens, who finished top of the league after the 28 weekly rounds, and Hull FC, who finished second after the weekly rounds.

2006 (2006) Super League Grand Final  ()
12 Total
ST H Saintscolours.svg 1016 26
HUL Hullcolours.svg 40 4
Date14 October 2006
StadiumOld Trafford
LocationManchester, United Kingdom
Harry Sunderland TrophyPaul Wellens, St Helens
RefereesKarl Kirkpatrick
Attendance72,575
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Route to finalEdit

Regular season final standings

Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1st   St. Helens 28 24 0 4 939 430 +509 48
2nd   Hull 28 20 0 8 720 578 +142 40

St HelensEdit

Position in Super League table: 1st

  • Qualifying semi-final: Won 12-8 v Hull FC

Hull FCEdit

Position in Super League table: 2nd

  • Qualifying semi-final Lost 12-8 to St Helens
  • Final eliminator: Won 19-12 v Bradford Bulls

Pre-matchEdit

Deacon Blue performed before the game.

TeamsEdit

Match detailsEdit

14 October 2006
18:00 UTC+1
St. Helens   26 - 4   Hull F.C.
Tries: Meli 18'
Pryce 39'
Talau 50'
Gardner 53'
Cunningham 62'
Goals: Lyon (3)
Report Tries: Domic 24'
Old Trafford, Manchester
Attendance: 72,582
Referee: Karl Kirkpatrick (Warrington)
 
Jamie Lyon kicking at goal in the 2006 Super League Grand Final victory over Hull F.C. at Old Trafford

Harry Sunderland Trophy Winner: Paul Wellens, St Helens.

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