Challenge Cup: Quarter-finals dates, times and coverage confirmed

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All four Challenge Cup quarter-finals will be shown live early next month.

Hull KR will kick-off the action against Castleford on Friday, April 8. The clash will be broadcast live on Premier Sports with a 7:45pm kick-off.

The repeat of the 2021 Super League Grand Final between Catalans and St Helens in Perpignan will be shown on BBC1 on Saturday April 9. The clash with kick-off at 2:30pm.

BBC have also selected the clash between Wakefield and Wigan. That will be broadcast live on Sunday, April 10, with a 2:30pm kick-off.

Huddersfield face Hull live on Premier Sports on Saturday, April 9.

Schedule

Friday 8 April (19:45 KO) – Hull KR v Castleford Tigers live on Premier Sports

Saturday 9 April (14:30 K0 UK time) – Catalans Dragons v St Helens live on BBC1

Saturday 9 April (17:00 KO time) – Huddersfield Giants v Hull FC live on Premier Sports

Sunday 10 April (14:30 KO) – Wakefield Trinity v Wigan Warriors live on BBC2

Semi-finals

The Challenge Cup semi-finals head to Leeds in 2022 as part of a triple-header on Saturday, May 7.

Elland Road will host the big day of action that includes both semi-finals and the Women’s Challenge Cup final.

Two Men’s teams will be looking to book their place for the Cup final at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday, 28 May.

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1895 Cup

The draws for the 1895 Cup play-off and semi-finals have been made, with five teams bidding to reach the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The draw took place on Monday morning live on BBC Radio Cumbria.

The 1895 Cup final will be a curtain-raiser to the Challenge Cup final.

1895 Cup play-off draw:

Sheffield Eagles v Whitehaven

Semi-finals draw:

Leigh Centurions v  Sheffield Eagles or Whitehaven

Barrow Raiders v Featherstone Rovers

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Journalist. Joined the Love Rugby League team full time at the start of 2022 having been a freelance reporter for several years. Previously media manager for Swinton and Rochdale.

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