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St. Helens v Huddersfield SLXI Round 23 Previw


A dress rehearsal of the Powergen Challenge Cup Final takes place tomorrow night as the Saints take on the Huddersfield Giants at Knowsley Road. With 1 win a piece, who will take the psychological advantage to Twickenham?

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Nostalgia Corner - Challenge Cup Final Memories - Part One
In the first of a three part series, Despondent Dave kicks off the Challenge Cup final build up with a look back at his memories of past Cup Finals.

In our opening journey we take you through the recollections (as they were written at the time) from the horrors of the disastrous 1989 Final to the ecstasy of the 1996 Ultimate Comeback against the Bradford Bulls.

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Saints 20 Man Squad for Huddersfield


Saints are likely to be unchanged from the side that won 50-0 in the Semi Final for the visit of the Giants To Knowsley Road this Friday.

St Helens 20-man squad: Wellens, Gardner, Lyon, Talau, Meli, Pryce, Long, Fozzard, Cunningham, Cayless, Gilmour, Wilkin, Sculthorpe, Roby, P. Anderson, V. Anderson, Graham, Hardman, Fa'asavalu, Smith.

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Imperial Warrington Coach Travel To Final Full: Others Selling Fast
The Warrington Imperial Supporters Group have announced that the Travel Package they were offering to the Challenge Cup Final is now full, and news reaches us that spaces are selling fast on both the Gerard and George Hotel trips, and anyone wishing to travel on either of these packages is urged to book their place as soon as possible.


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Saints To Face Giants In Challenge Cup Final


Saints will face Huddersfield Giants on Saturday August 26th at Twickenham, after they defeated hot favourites Leeds Rhinos 30-12 in today's second Semi Final at Odsal. Let's not get complacent Saints!!
Day of the Match - Hull Kingston Rovers (CCSF)

Hull Kingston Rovers may well have stormed through the National League One season unbeaten so far but when up against the Super League leaders it was simply men against boys as Saints cantered into the Challenge Cup Final, at Twickenham, without even getting out of first gear.

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Saints Demolish Hull KR to reach 2006 Challenge Cup Final


Saints this afternoon destroyed Hull KR 50-0 at the Galpharm Stadium in order to reach the 2006 Challenge Cup Final. The final is to be played at Twickenham on the 26th August, where they will face either Leeds Rhinos or Huddersfield Giants.

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Challenge Cup Semi Final Preview: Saints v Hull KR


It's yet another Semi Final for the Saints, but can the Saints reverse last years result and make it to a 4th Final in 6 years?

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Nostalgia Corner - 1991-92 Team and Player Reviews
In the first nostalgic trip down Memory Lane, we bring you a review of the 1991-92 season, reliving the vital moments and the glorious/not so glorious memories.

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Also we give you the year's player reviews as written at that time. Was it all as you remember it?

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Sending Off Sufficient For Lyon


The RFL disciplinary panel have tonight adjudicated that the sending off received by Jamie Lyon on Saturday evening was sufficient, and will take no further action. This decision frees Lyon to playin Saturday's Semi Final v Hull KR.
Day of the Match - A Leeds

Well, few of us thought wed do it but Saints sent out a message of intent to the rest of Super League with a superb performance in beating our closest rivals on their own turf, playing out the last twelve minutes with twelve men following the dismissal of Jamie Lyon, but more importantly doing it without Sean Long, proving that we can come up with the goods without our star scrum half. Coupled with a defeat for Hull this leaves us six points clear at the top with just six games remaining and surely the hub cap now is in the bag for the second successive year.

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