1992 Challenge Cup

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1992 Silk Cut Challenge Cup
Duration6 Rounds
WinnersWigancolours.svg Wigan
Runners-upCastleford colours.svg Castleford
Lance Todd Trophy Wigancolours.svg Martin Offiah

The 1992 Challenge Cup was the 91st staging of rugby league's oldest knockout competition, the Challenge Cup. Known as the Silk Cut Challenge Cup for sponsorship reasons, the final was contested by Wigan and Castleford at Wembley. Wigan won the match 28–12.

Preliminary Round[edit]

Date Team One Team Two Score
08 Jan Nottingham Batley 0-36
09 Jan Chorley Borough Salford 13-64
12 Jan Kells Hull Dockers 17-14
12 Jan Wakefield Trinity Huddersfield 32-18
13 Jan Workington Town Carlisle 11-4
21 Jan Bramley Leeds 12-36

First Round[edit]

Date Team One Team Two Score
25 Jan Dewsbury Leigh 14-2
25 Jan Leeds Ryedale-York 48-6
26 Jan Barrow Keighley 7-7
26 Jan Batley Featherstone Rovers 20-36
26 Jan Halifax Hull Kingston Rovers 12-8
26 Jan Trafford Castleford 0-50
26 Jan Workington Town Wakefield Trinity 13-8
28 Jan Whitehaven Sheffield Eagles 4-56
29 Jan Kells Hunslet 14-32
02 Feb Doncaster Swinton 14-4
02 Feb Highfield London 12-12
02 Feb Keighley Barrow 14-14
02 Feb Rochdale Hornets Hull FC 28-32
02 Feb Salford Wigan 6-22
02 Feb Scarborough Bradford Northern 4-52
02 Feb Widnes St Helens 2-10
03 Feb Oldham Warrington 3-8
04 Feb Barrow Keighley 16-0
04 Feb London Highfield 24-10

Second Round[edit]

[1]

Date Team One Team Two Score
08 Feb Wigan Warrington 14-0
09 Feb Leeds St Helens 12-32
09 Feb Dewsbury Featherstone Rovers 10-23
09 Feb Halifax Doncaster 66-8
09 Feb Hunslet Castleford 12-28
09 Feb Sheffield Hull 6-11
10 Feb Workington Town London Crusaders 9-2
16 Feb Barrow Bradford Northern 13-30

Quarter Finals[edit]

[2]

Date Team One Team Two Score
22 Feb St Helens Wigan 6-13
23 Feb Castleford Featherstone Rovers 19-12
23 Feb Halifax Bradford Northern 4-12
23 Feb Workington Town Hull F.C. 8-24

Semi finals[edit]

14 March 1992
Castleford 8 – 4 Hull
Try: Ford
Goal: Crooks (2)
Report Try: Eastwood
Headingley, Leeds
Attendance: 14,636

28 March 1992
Wigan 71 – 10 Bradford Northern
Try: Betts, Lucas, Miles (2), Offiah (5), Lydon, Edwards, Bell, Botica
Goal: Botica (9)
Drop goal: Gregory
Report Try: Shelford, Gill
Goal: Hobbs
Burnden Park, Bolton
Attendance: 18,027

Final[edit]

2 May 1992
Wigan 28 – 12 Castleford
Try: Offiah (2), Edwards, Hampson
Goal: Botica (5)
Drop goal: Lydon (2)
Report Try: Blackmore, England
Goal: Ketteridge (2)
Wembley, London
Attendance: 77,386
Man of the Match: Martin Offiah[3]
FB 1 Joe Lydon
RW 2 Frano Botica
RC 3 Dean Bell (c)
LC 4 Gene Miles
LW 5 Martin Offiah
SO 6 Shaun Edwards
SH 7 Andy Gregory
PR 8 Kelvin Skerrett
HK 9 Martin Dermott
PR 10 Andy Platt
SR 11 Denis Betts
SR 12 Billy McGinty
LF 13 Phil Clarke
Substitutions:
IC 14 Steve Hampson
IC 15 Neil Cowie
Coach:
John Monie
FB 1 Graham Steadman
RW 2 Jon Wray
RC 3 St John Ellis
LC 4 Richie Blackmore
LW 5 David Nelson
SO 6 Grant Anderson
SH 7 Mike Ford
PR 8 Lee Crooks (c)
HK 9 Graham Southernwood
PR 10 Keith England
SR 11 Graeme Bradley
SR 12 Martin Ketteridge
LF 13 Tawera Nikau
Substitutions:
IC 14 Tony Smith
IC 15 Dean Sampson
Coach:
Darryl van der Velde

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""Results and Tables." Times [London, England] 10 Feb. 1992". The Times Digital Archive.
  2. ^ ""Results and Tables." Times [London, England] 24 Feb. 1992". The Times Digital Archive.
  3. ^ Fitzpatrick, Paul (4 May 1992). "Wigan call early doors to keep out challengers". The Guardian. London. p. 13.

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