Women’s Challenge Cup and Origin games to be streamed

The Women’s Challenge Cup quarter-final between St Helens and Wigan will be shown live on the Our League channel.

Saints will entertain the Warriors at the Totally Wicked Stadium on Sunday, June 23 (12pm kick-off).

In the last encounter between the two clubs back in April, Saints edged the game 6-4 in what was a classic derby.

In the other Women’s Challenge Cup quarter-finals; Leeds will host Warrington, Keighley Albion take on Wakefield and Castleford face Bradford.

Meanwhile, the squads have been announced for the second Women’s Origin game of the summer which takes place at the Halliwell Jones Stadium on Sunday, June 16 (1:45pm kick-off) – a game that will also be broadcast on Our League.

Featherstone’s Tilly Churm has been added to the Yorkshire squad, while reigning champions Lancashire remain unchanged.

Yorkshire Women’s Origin squad: Dannielle Anderson, Caitlin Beevers, Charlotte Booth, Hanna Butcher, Shannon Lacey (Leeds Rhinos), Savannah Andrade, Amy Hardcastle, Leah Jones (Bradford Bulls), Tilly Churm, Katie Hepworth (Featherstone Rovers), Grace Field, Kelsey Gentles, Shona Hoyle, Rhiannon Marshall, Sinead Peach, Tamzin Renouf, Georgia Roche (Castleford Tigers), Ashleigh Hyde, Daisy Sanderson (York City Knights).

Lancashire Women’s Origin squad: Lucy Baggaley, Rebecca Greenfield, Vanessa Temple, Rachel Thompson, Georgia Wilson (Wigan Warriors), Leah Burke, Chantelle Crowl, Jodie Cunningham, Faye Gaskin, Zoe Harris, Tara Jones, Sarah Lovejoy, Emily Rudge, Vicky Whitfield, Naomi Williams (St Helens), Michelle Davis, Roxy Murdoch (Warrington), Amy Johnson (Leeds Rhinos), Tara-Jane Stanley (Castleford Tigers).

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