Challenge Cup triple-header to take place in June

A Challenge Cup triple-header will take place on Saturday, June 5.

The men’s semi-finals and women’s final will be played in a triple-header on June 5, with venue and further details to be confirmed next week.

Former Great Britain captain Jamie Peacock will conduct the draw for the men’s semi-finals live on Saturday night, on BBC Two during the half-time break in the second of the day’s televised quarter-finals between Castleford and Salford.

The men’s quarter-finals get underway tonight, with Catalans taking on Warrington followed by St Helens facing Huddersfield.

On Saturday, Hull and Wigan will go head-to-head which is followed by the Castleford-Salford clash. All four quarter-finals are being played on neutral ground at Headingley.

The ball numbers:

1 Catalans or Warrington

2 St Helens or Huddersfield

3 Hull or Wigan

4 Castleford or Salford

The women’s quarter-finals are being played on Sunday. The draw will be conducted by former Hull and Hull KR star Paul Cooke, and streamed live on The Sportsman, following their coverage of the tie between York and Wigan which kicks off at midday.

The ball numbers:

1 Leeds or Bradford

2 St Helens or Featherstone

3 Warrington or Castleford

4 York or Wigan

The semi-finals will be played on May 22, with the final being part of the triple-header on June 5.

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