Wakefield ace Chris Green on: His favourite ever player, Challenge Cup success with Hull & Headingley

Drew Darbyshire
Chris Green in action for Wakefield Trinity

Wakefield prop Chris Green is our latest guest on My Set of Six.

We’re asking you, the fans, plus players, coaches and other rugby league personalities to give us their answers to our set of six questions.

Favourite away ground?

I always liked playing at the old Headingley on a Friday night. There was always a big crowd on and a great atmosphere there. Nothing was better either than a win at Craven Park for Hull FC which happened quite a lot when I was there!

Favourite player?

Andy Farrell. He was big, tough and had plenty of skill as well.

Favourite memory?

Both Challenge Cup final wins were special but it has to be winning the 2016 Challenge Cup final with Hull at Wembley for the first time and breaking that hoodoo!

Worst memory?

Richard Whiting’s testimonial friendly at Featherstone in the middle of January. It was freezing and he chose to go up the hill in the first half. Three of us got injured and it finished 54-6!

Best match you’ve seen?

Great Britain v Australia in 2006 when Willie Mason floored Stuart Fielden but we went on to win in their backyard.

Your wish for the future of rugby league?

I hope it keeps hold of its family values and continues to inspire young kids and families to keep watching and playing just like I was inspired growing up watching it.

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