Quins and Cats Face Off at Cardiff


The London team will meet their Catalan counterparts at 3:00pm, followed two hours later by the clash between Grand Finalists Hull FC and newly promoted Hull Kingston Rovers.

The final game on the 5th of May will see Super League and Challenge Cup winners St Helens face off with their rivals Wigan Warriors, kick-off 7:00pm.

Huddersfield Giants and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats (2:00pm) will open the following day, followed by Salford City Reds and Warrington Wolves (4:00pm), with the Bradford Bulls against Leeds Rhinos derby to finish off (6:00pm).

"We believe many supporters will make the Millennium Magic a full family weekend of sporting entertainment," said Rugby League's chief operating officer Nigel Wood.

"We would encourage everybody to secure their place now at what will be a hugely exciting event.

"The city of Cardiff has a tremendous track record of successfully hosting both rugby league and other major sports and we hope the experience for supporters to be just as vibrant for the Millennium Magic."