2018 Challenge Cup

The 2018 Challenge Cup, also known as the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup[1] for sponsorship reasons, was the 117th staging of the Challenge Cup, the main rugby league knockout tournament for teams in the Super League, the British National Leagues and a number of invited amateur clubs.

2018 Ladbrokes Challenge Cup
Duration9 Rounds
Number of teams85
Highest attendance50,672
Catalanscolours.svg Catalans Dragons v Wolvescolours.svg Warrington Wolves
(Final, 25 August)
Lowest attendance115
Hemelcolours.png Hemel Stags v Gthundercolours.svg Newcastle Thunder (25 February)
Aggregate attendance162,075
Broadcast partnersBBC Sport
Sky Sports
WinnersCatalanscolours.svg Catalans Dragons
Runners-upWolvescolours.svg Warrington Wolves
Biggest home winWidnes colours.svg Widnes Vikings 90–0 Coventrycolours.png Coventry Bears (21 April)
Biggest away winHemelcolours.png Hemel Stags 0–74 Gthundercolours.svg Newcastle Thunder (25 February)
Lance Todd Trophy Catalanscolours.svg Tony Gigot
Top point-scorer(s)Catalanscolours.svg Josh Drinkwater (50)
Top try-scorer(s)Wolvescolours.svg Josh Charnley (9)

The cup was won by Catalans Dragons, who beat Warrington Wolves 20–14 at Wembley on 25 August 2018 to become the first non-British team to win the challenge cup in its 117-year history.[2][3] The defending champions, Hull F.C., went out at the quarter-final stage.

The Catalans fullback, Tony Gigot, was voted the winner of the Lance Todd Trophy, becoming the first Frenchman to win the trophy since it was first awarded in 1946.[4]

The format of the competition was eight knock-out rounds followed by a final. The first two rounds were composed entirely of 48 amateur teams. The 12 winners of the second round ties were joined in round three by the 14 League 1 teams. For the fourth round, the 13 winners from round 3 were joined by 11 of the 12 Championship teams (Toulouse Olympique. who play in the Championship, chose not to enter the 2018 cup competition).[5] Round five saw four Super League teams entering the competition, namely those that finished in the top four positions of the 2017 QualifiersWarrington Wolves, Widnes Vikings, Hull Kingston Rovers and Catalans Dragons. The remaining eight Super League teams joined in round six.

Round detailsEdit

Round Date Clubs involved this round Winners from previous round New entries this round Leagues entering at this round
Round 1 27–28 January 48 n/a 48 39 English amateur clubs
Scottish, Welsh & Irish champions
3 Armed Forces teams
British Police
2 University rugby league representatives
Round 2 10–11 February 24 24 0 n/a
Round 3 24–25 February 26 12 14 League 1
Round 4 17–18 March 24 13 11* Championship
Round 5 21–22 April 16 12 4 2017 Super League Qualifiers top 4
Round 6 12–13 May 16 8 8 2017 Super League top 8
Quarter-finals 2–3 June 8 8 n/a n/a
Semi-finals 5 August 4 4 n/a n/a
Final 25 August 2 2 n/a n/a

*Toulouse Olympique did not participate in the competition.

First roundEdit

The draw for the first round was made on 12 December 2017 at Media City and streamed live on the BBC Sport website. The draw was made by recently retired Hull F.C. captain, Gareth Ellis, and former Lance Todd Trophy winner, Paul Wellens. The 48 teams in the draw comprised 39 English amateur teams, the winners of the Scottish, Welsh and Irish leagues, two teams from the Universities rugby league and representative teams for the three armed services and the police.

Ties were played over the weekend of 27–28 January 2018 with the exception of one game postponed to the following weekend.[5]

Home Score Away Match Information
Date and Time Venue Referee Attendance[A]
Leigh Miners Rangers 18–22 Myton Warriors 27 January 2018, 2:30pm Twist Lane
Underbank Rangers 16–17[a] Batley Boys 27 January 2018, 2:00pm The Cross Grounds
Kells 40–8 British Police 27 January 2018, 2:00pm Old Arrowthwaite D. Arnold
Wallsend Eagles 6–42 Pilkington Recs 27 January 2018, 2:30pm Benfield Sports Centre
Rochdale Mayfield 28–0 Crosfields 27 January 2018, 2:30pm Mayfield Sports Centre L. Staveley
Lock Lane 48–0 Hindley 27 January 2018, 2:00pm Hicksons Arena J. Barr
Hunslet Club Parkside walkover[b] Valley Cougars 27 January 2018, 2:00pm Hillidge Road
London Chargers 18–0 Hammersmith Hill Hoists 27 January 2018, 1:00pm New River Stadium T. Jones
Royal Air Force 12–4 Drighlington 27 January 2018, 1:30pm RAF Cranwell N.Woodward
Oulton Raiders 28–26 Siddal 27 January 2018, 2:00pm Oulton & Woodlesford Sports club
Millom 36–18 Strathmore Silverbacks 27 January 2018, 1:30pm Coronation Field D. Bowmer
Loughborough University 4–38 Bradford Dudley Hill 27 January 2018, 12:00pm Rugby Rubbercrumb S.Ellis
University of Hull 24–10 Hensingham RLFC 27 January 2018, 2:30pm Hull Uni Sports & Fitness Centre M. Smaill
Orrell St James 34–0 Northampton Demons 27 January 2018, 2:30pm Bankes Avenue
Royal Navy 11–12[c] Normanton Knights 27 January 2018, 2:00pm US Sports Ground
York Acorn 16–32 Askam RLFC 27 January 2018, 2:00pm Thanet Road
Saddleworth Rangers 12–22 Thatto Heath Crusaders 27 January 2018, 2:00pm Shaw Hall Bank Road
Shaw Cross Sharks 18–0 Beverley 3 February 2018, 2:00pm[d] Bywell Field C. Astbury
West Hull 58–10 Longhorns ARLFC 28 January 2018, 2:00pm Community Park
East Leeds 10–28 Thornhill Trojans 27 January 2018, 2:30pm East End Park J. Stearne
Hunslet Warriors 0–30 Wath Brow Hornets 27 January 2018, 2:00pm The Oval H. Neville
Featherstone Lions 34–14 Skirlaugh ARLFC 27 January 2018, 2:00pm The Millpond
British Army 48–10 Milford Marlins 27 January 2018, 3:00pm Aldershot Rugby Stadium C. Worsely
Distington ARLFC 32–24 Queens ARLFC 27 January 2018, 2:00pm Grass Road
  1. ^ after golden point extra time
  2. ^ Tie was scratched and awarded to Hunslet Club Parkside as Valley Cougars were unable to raise a team for the scheduled date and scheduling issues made re-arranging the fixture impossible
  3. ^ after golden point extra time
  4. ^ Match postponed from 27 January due to waterlogged pitch.

Second roundEdit

The draw for the second round was made on 31 January 2018 at Warrington's Halliwell Jones Stadium and streamed live on the BBC Sport website. The draw was made by Warrington Wolves former prop forward and Swinton Lions coach, Gary Chambers, and current Warrington forward Sitaleki Akauola. The 24 teams in the draw comprised the winners from the first round.[7]

Ties were played on 10 February 2018. Batley Boys won their tie with a drop goal in golden point extra time, having won their first round tie in the same fashion.[8]

Home Score Away Match Information
Date and Time Venue Referee Attendance[B]
British Army 26–14 London Chargers 10 February 2018, 1:00pm Aldershot Military Stadium K. Moore
Millom 24–12 Bradford Dudley Hill 10 February 2018, 1:30pm Coronation Field N.Woodward
Kells 16–4 Orrell St James 10 February 2018, 2:00pm Old Arrowthwaite L. Rush
Batley Boys 13–12[a] Royal Air Force 10 February 2018, 2:00pm Halifax Road J. Stearne
Oulton Raiders 24–10 Shaw Cross Sharks 10 February 2018, 2:00pm Oulton Community Sports Club G.Houston
Distington 12–4 Lock Lane 10 February 2018, 2:00pm Distington Community Sports Club M. Smaill
Hunslet Club Parkside 24–6 Wath Brow Hornets 10 February 2018, 2:00pm Hillidge Road P. Marklove
Pilkington Recs 16–0 Thornhill Trojans 10 February 2018, 2:00pm Ruskin Drive J. Jones
Featherstone Lions 18–6 Thatto Heath Crusaders 10 February 2018, 2:00pm The Mill Pond Stadium M. Rossleigh
Askam 16–4 West Hull 10 February 2018, 2:00pm Sandy Lane J. Barr
Rochdale Mayfield 4–8 Normanton Knights 10 February 2018, 2:30pm Mayfield Sports Arena C. Smith
University of Hull 18–22 Myton Warriors 10 February 2018, 2:30pm University of Hull C. Worsley
  1. ^ after golden point extra time

Third roundEdit

The draw for the third round was made on 13 February live on the BBC Sport website. The draw was made by Super League players Alex Walmsley and Kriss Brining. Ties were played over the weekend of 24–25 February.[9]

Home Score Away Match Information
Date and Time Venue Referee Attendance
Kells 30–4 British Army 24 February 2018, 2:00pm Old Arrowthwaite C. Smith 300
Normanton Knights 18–0 Batley Boys 24 February 2018, 2:00pm Queen Elizabeth Drive M. Smaill 350
Askam 6–64   York City Knights 24 February 2018, 2:30pm Fallowfield Park B. Milligan 750
Hunslet Club Parkside 16–24   Workington Town 24 February 2018, 2:30pm John Charles Stadium T. Crashley 285
Pilkington Recs 32–16 Millom 24 February 2018, 2:30pm Ruskin Drive J. Stearne 285
  Hemel Stags 0–74   Newcastle Thunder 25 February 2018, 2:00pm Pennine Way stadium A.Sweet 115
  North Wales Crusaders 28–24   Keighley Cougars 25 February 2018, 2:30pm Racecourse Ground J.Jones 281
  Bradford Bulls 82–6   West Wales Raiders 25 February 2018, 3:00pm Odsal Stadium N.Woodward 1,505
  Coventry Bears 42–12 Distington 25 February 2018, 3:00pm Butts Park Arena C. Worsley 267
  Doncaster 82–6 Myton Warriors 25 February 2018, 3:00pm Keepmoat Stadium M.Mannifield 388
  Hunslet 72–16 Oulton Raiders 25 February 2018, 3:00pm South Leeds Stadium B. Pearson 896
  Oldham 42–0 Featherstone Lions 25 February 2018, 3:00pm Vestacare Stadium L. Staveley 364
  Whitehaven 16-14   London Skolars 25 February 2018, 6:00pm Recreation Ground M. Griffiths 439

Fourth RoundEdit

The draw was conducted by former player (and Challenge Cup winner) Rob Parker and former Scottish international Andrew Henderson.[11][12]

Home Score Away Match Information
Date and Time Venue Referee Attendance
Kells 6–56   Toronto Wolfpack 16 March 2018, 6:15pm Recreation Ground[a] N. Bennett 1,000
  Doncaster 34–0   Newcastle Thunder 16 March 2018, 8:00pm Keepmoat Stadium L. Staveley 398
Normanton Knights 8–20   Rochdale Hornets 17 March 2018, 2:00pm L.D. Nutrition Stadium[b] G. Dolan Not recorded
  Barrow Raiders 28–16   Sheffield Eagles 18 March 2018, 3:00pm Craven Park B. Robinson 936
  Batley Bulldogs 4–8   Leigh Centurions 18 March 2018, 3:00pm Fox's Biscuits Stadium T. Grant 606
  Whitehaven 25–18   Dewsbury Rams 18 March 2018, 3:00pm Recreation Ground A. Sweet 414
  Workington Town 20–22   London Broncos 18 March 2018, 3:00pm Derwent Park M. Griffiths 548
  York City Knights 26–12   Swinton Lions 18 March 2018, 3:00pm L.D. Nutrition Stadium[c] M. Mannifield 525
  Halifax 6–27   Oldham 20 March 2018, 7:30pm[d] The Shay B. Pearson 688
  North Wales Crusaders 6–66   Featherstone Rovers 20 March 2018, 7:30pm[d] L.D. Nutrition Stadium[e] J. Roberts 1,098
  Coventry Bears 31–20 Pilkington Recs 25 March 2018, 3pm[d] Butts Park Arena A. Sweet 395
  Hunslet RLFC 10–34   Bradford Bulls 2 April 2018, 2:00pm[d] South Leeds Stadium N. Bennett 1,081
  1. ^ Match played at Whitehaven's Recreation Ground[13]
  2. ^ Played at Featherstone Rovers' ground
  3. ^ Played at Featherstone Rovers' ground due to the pitch at Bootham Crescent being waterlogged.[14]
  4. ^ a b c d Fixture postponed on 18 March due to bad weather.[16]
  5. ^ After being postponed on 18 March and with North Wales' ground being unavailable mid-week, the clubs agreed to reverse the fixture and play at Featherstone to enable the fixture to be played as soon as possible.[15]

Fifth RoundEdit

The draw was made on 20 March 2018 by two Women's Super League players, Faye Gaskin of St. Helens and Gemma Walsh of Wigan Warriors.[19]

Home Score Away Match Information
Date and Time Venue Referee Attendance
  Widnes Vikings 90–0   Coventry Bears 21 April 2018, 13:00 Select Security Stadium J McMullen 1,438
  Warrington Wolves 54–6   Bradford Bulls 21 April 2018, 15:00 Halliwell Jones Stadium T Grant 4,710
  Doncaster 16–26   Featherstone Rovers 22 April 2018, 15:00 Keepmoat Stadium M Rossleigh 1,076
  Leigh Centurions 40–0   London Broncos 22 April 2018, 15:00 Leigh Sports Village L Moore 2,507
  Oldham 0–32   Hull KR 22 April 2018, 15:00 Bower Fold G Hewer 1,064
  Toronto Wolfpack 16–12   Barrow Raiders 22 April 2018, 15:00 Furness Heating Components Stadium[a] G Dolan 1,140
  Whitehaven 38–0   Rochdale Hornets 22 April 2018, 15:00 Recreation Ground L Staveley 604
  York City Knights 22–34   Catalans Dragons 22 April 2018, 15:00 Bootham Crescent C Kendall 3,081
  1. ^ Tie was played at Barrow even though Toronto were drawn as the home team.[19]

Sixth RoundEdit

The draw for the Sixth Round was made on 25 April 2018, live on Chris Evans' Breakfast Show on BBC Radio Two, alongside Leeds Rhinos veteran forward Jamie Jones-Buchanan, and Warrington Wolves winger Josh Charnley.[21]

Home Score Away Match Information
Date and Time Venue Referee Attendance
  Featherstone Rovers 20–38   Hull F.C. 10 May 2018, 7:35pm LD Nutrition Stadium S. Mikalauskas 2,322
  Leigh Centurions 22–10   Salford Red Devils 11 May 2018, 7:35pm Leigh Sports Village L. Moore 4,024
  Huddersfield Giants 24–14   Wakefield Trinity 11 May 2018, 7:45pm John Smith's Stadium G. Hewer 2,631
  Widnes Vikings 20–23   Leeds Rhinos 11 May 2018, 8:00pm Select Security Stadium G. Dolan 1,865
  Castleford Tigers 18–36   St. Helens 12 May 2018, 2:30pm Mend-A-Hose Jungle J. Child 5,342
  Catalans Dragons 56–10   Whitehaven 12 May 2018, 3:30pm Stade Gilbert Brutus M. Rossleigh 2,533
  Hull KR 10–28   Wigan Warriors 13 May 2018, 3:00pm MS3 Craven Park C. Kendall 3,524
  Toronto Wolfpack 10–66   Warrington Wolves 13 May 2018, 4:00pm Halliwell Jones Stadium[a] B. Thaler 6,507
  1. ^ Toronto were drawn as the home team, but the game was played at Warrington.[21]


The draw for the quarter-finals was made live on BBC Two directly after the conclusion of the Toronto v Warrington game. The draw was made by former players Nathan McAvoy and Robbie Hunter-Paul. Ties were played 31 May – 3 June with all four ties being televised either on Sky Sports or the BBC.[23]

Home Score Away Match Information
Date and Time Venue Referee Attendance
  Huddersfield Giants 6–20   Catalans Dragons 31 May 2018, 7:35pm John Smith's Stadium G. Hewer 2,151
  Leeds Rhinos 52–22   Leigh Centurions 1 June 2018, 7:35pm LD Nutrition Stadium[a] C. Kendall 3,277
  Warrington Wolves 23–0   Wigan Warriors 2 June 2018, 2:30pm Halliwell Jones Stadium R. Hicks 10,213
  St. Helens 25–22   Hull F.C. 3 June 2018, 3:30pm Totally Wicked Stadium B. Thaler 9,644
  1. ^ Tie moved to Featherstone Rovers' ground due to cricket Test match between England and Pakistan taking place at Headingley Stadium commencing 1 June 2018.[24]


On 30 May 2018 the RFL announced that the semi-finals would be played as a double header at the University of Bolton Stadium in Bolton on Sunday 5 August 2018.[26] The draw was made live on BBC Two, directly after the end of the St Helens v Hull FC match. The draw was made by Sophie Rohan and Emily Burnette (the members of Belle Voci), who would sing "Abide with Me" before the final on 25 August.[27]

Team 1 Score Team 2 Match Information
Date and Time Venue Referee Attendance
  St. Helens 16–35   Catalans Dragons 5 August 2018, 12:30pm University of Bolton Stadium R. Hicks 26,086
  Warrington Wolves 48–12   Leeds Rhinos 5 August 2018, 2:45pm C. Kendall


Home Score Away Match Information
Date and Time Venue Referee Attendance
  Catalans Dragons 20–14   Warrington Wolves 25 August 2018, 3:00pm Wembley Stadium R. Hicks 50,672
Catalans Dragons lifting the Challenge Cup at Wembley following victory in the Final

Catalans: Tony Gigot, Lewis Tierney, David Mead, Brayden Williame, Fouad Yaha, Samisoni Langi, Josh Drinkwater, Mickael Simon, Michael McIlorum, Sam Moa, Benjamin Jullien, Benjamin Garcia, Remi Casty (c).
Substitutes (all used): Julian Bousquet, Jason Baitieri, Kenny Edwards, Mickael Goudemand.
Tries: Tierney, Garcia, Williame. Goals: Drinkwater (4/4)

Warrington: Stefan Ratchford, Tom Lineham, Bryson Goodwin, Toby King, Josh Charnley, Kevin Brown, Tyrone Roberts, Chris Hill (c), Daryl Clark, Mike Cooper, Harvey Livett, Jack Hughes, Ben Westwood.
Substitutes (all used): Ben Murdoch-Masila, George King, Declan Patton, Joe Philbin.
Tries: Murdoch-Masila, G King. Goals: Roberts (3/3)


The primary broadcast organisation for the competition is BBC Sport. As in 2017 the BBC streamed one tie from each of the first five rounds live on the BBC Sport website with two games from the 6th, 7th and 8th rounds being broadcast live on BBC TV.[30]

Live matchesEdit

Round Match Date Broadcast method
1st Rochdale Mayfield v Crosfields[30] 27 January, 2:00pm streamed BBC Sport
2nd Featherstone Lions v Thatto Heath Crusaders[31] 10 February, 2:00pm streamed BBC Sport
3rd Coventry Bears v Distington[32] 25 February, 3:00pm streamed BBC Sport
4th Normanton Knights v Rochdale Hornets[33] 17 March, 2:00pm streamed BBC Sport
5th York City Knights v Catalans Dragons[34] 22 April, 2:00pm streamed BBC Sport
6th Featherstone Rovers v Hull F.C.[35] 10 May, 7:35pm Sky Sports Arena
Leigh Centurions v Salford Red Devils[35] 11 May, 7:35pm Sky Sports Arena
Castleford Tigers v St Helens[35] 12 May, 2:30pm BBC One
Toronto Wolfpack v Warrington Wolves[35] 13 May, 3:30pm BBC Two
QF Huddersfield Giants v Catalans Dragons 31 May, 7:35pm Sky Sports Arena
Leeds Rhinos v Leigh Centurions 1 June, 7:35pm Sky Sports Arena
Warrington Wolves v Wigan Warriors 2 June, 2:30pm BBC One
St. Helens v Hull F.C. 3 June, 3:30pm BBC Two
SF St. Helens v Catalans Dragons 5 August, 12:30pm BBC One
Warrington Wolves v Leeds Rhinos 5 August, 2:45pm BBC One
F Catalans Dragons v Warrington Wolves 25 August, 3:00pm BBC One


Explanatory notesEdit

  1. ^ Attendances for the first round are not reported.
  2. ^ Attendances for the second round are not reported.


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External linksEdit

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