2007 Challenge Cup Final
The 2007 Carnegie Challenge Cup featured teams from across Europe including England, Scotland, Wales, France and Russia. The final was played by the holders St Helens and Catalans Dragons at the new Wembley Stadium on 25 August 2007. The Dragons were the first French club ever to take part in the competition's final. After a competitive game, St Helens won the competition with a 30 - 8 victory.
CATALANS: Clint Greenshields; Murphy, Wilson, Raguin, Khattabi; Adam Mogg, Stacey Jones (c); Guisset, Quigley, Chan, Croker, Gossard, Mounis. Subs: Casty, Ferriol, Duport, Kane Bentley. Coach: Mick Potter
ST HELENS: Paul Wellens; Gardner, Matt Gidley, Talau, Meli; Leon Pryce, Sean Long; Fozzard, Keiron Cunningham, Cayless, Gilmour, Bennett, Wilkin. Subs: Roby, Graham, Clough, Fa'asavalu. Coach: Daniel Anderson
August 25, 2007
|St Helens||30 - 8||Catalans Dragons|
|Try: Roby 33'
Gardner (2) 40' and 78'
Goal: Long (5)
|(Report)||Try: Khattabi 35'
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