Challenge Cup Team of the Week: Semi Finals

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FB- Stefan Ratchford (Warrington Wolves)

His kicking game was crucial and was also solid defensively.

W- Bureta Faraimo (Hull FC)

Took his try really well, and offered a threat for the Black and Whites.

C- Bryson Goodwin (Warrington Wolves)

Showed great opportunism with his try and was solid for the rest of the match.

C- Toby King (Warrington Wolves)

Always an attacking threat, as showed by his try, but also did not let a lot past him in defence.

W- Ratu Naulago (Hull FC)

After a nervy start, he then settled down and was a raw attacking threat for Hull on the left hand side.

SO- Scott Murrell (Halifax)

Led by example in a determined Halifax performance, cheered on every play and penalty Halifax got.

SH- Marc Sneyd (Hull FC)

His kicking game, both of the tee and in general play, was a big help for Hull in a tricky game for them.

P- Scott Taylor (Hull FC)

Led Hull well through the middle, and got a try to show for his efforts to keep the match alive.

H- James Roby (St Helens)

Led by example as captain, and the only survivor of the last time Saints were at Wembley. Grabbed a try and an assist.

P- Adam Tangata (Halifax)

In a huge defensive performance, Tangata more than played his role and went viral for his hit on Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook in the game.

SR- Ben Currie (Warrington Wolves)

Another one who is always an attacking threat, Currie showed it with his try and was always there throughout the game.

SR- Dominique Peyroux (St Helens)

Peyroux is always a willing runner and grabbed the try that opened up the game in the second half.

LF- Joe Philbin (Warrington Wolves)

Philbin will go down in Warrington folklore for the try that sealed their fate. Was a willing runner off the bench.

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