1915 Challenge Cup

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1915 Challenge Cup
Duration 5 rounds
Winners Giantscolours.svg Huddersfield
Runners-up Saintscolours.svg St Helens

The 1915 Challenge Cup was the 19th staging of rugby league's oldest knockout competition, the Challenge Cup.[1]

First Round[edit]

Date Team One Score One Team Two Score Two
27 Feb Barrow 15 Wakefield Trinity 8
27 Feb Bradford Northern 2 Batley 0
27 Feb Brighouse Rangers 0 Salford 26
27 Feb Broughton Moor 6 Wardley 3
27 Feb Broughton Rangers 14 Runcorn 4
27 Feb Featherstone Rovers 0 St Helens 6
27 Feb Halifax 6 Bramley 2
27 Feb Hull FC 23 Dewsbury 2
27 Feb Hull Kingston Rovers 10 Hunslet 0
27 Feb Keighley 8 Askam 5
27 Feb Leigh 0 Huddersfield 3
27 Feb Oldham 5 Wigan 10
27 Feb Warrington 5 Leeds 4
27 Feb Widnes 13 St Helens Recs 4
27 Feb Wigan Highfield 0 Swinton 2
27 Feb York 0 Rochdale Hornets 0
02 Mar Rochdale Hornets 19 York 2

Second Round[edit]

Date Team One Score One Team Two Score Two
13 Mar Bradford Northern 3 Wigan 11
13 Mar Broughton Rangers 8 Hull Kingston Rovers 5
13 Mar Hull FC 22 Halifax 0
13 Mar Keighley 22 Barrow 8
13 Mar Rochdale Hornets 75 Broughton Moor 13
13 Mar Swinton 0 St Helens 5
13 Mar Warrington 2 Salford 11
13 Mar Widnes 3 Huddersfield 29

Quarter Finals[edit]

Date Team One Score One Team Two Score Two
27 Mar Huddersfield 33 Salford 0
27 Mar Keighley 2 St Helens 3
27 Mar Rochdale Hornets 11 Hull FC 0
27 Mar Wigan 11 Broughton Rangers 5

Semi Finals[edit]

Date Team One Score One Team Two Score Two
10 Apr Huddersfield 27 Wigan 2
10 Apr St Helens 5 Rochdale Hornets 5
24 Apr St Helens 9 Rochdale Hornets 2

Final[edit]

Huddersfield defeated St. Helens 37-3 in the Challenge Cup Final, on 1 May, held at Watersheddings, Oldham before a crowd of 8,000.

This was Huddersfield’s second Challenge Cup win in as many Final appearances.[2]

St Helens team - 1 Bert Roberts, 2 Tom Barton, 3 Jimmy Flanagan, 4 Tom White, 5 Henry Greenall, 6 Matt Creevey, 7 Fred Trenwith, 8 George Farrimond, 9 Sam Daniels – Try, 10 James Shallcross, 11 William Jackson, 12 Tom Durkin, 13 William Myers

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Challenge Cup 1914/15". Rugby League Project. 
  2. ^ "RFL Challenge Cup Roll of Honour". Archived from the original on 2009-08-11. Retrieved 2009-08-07.