Leeds Rhinos womens win the Challenge Cup Final 2019 after winning last years final against the Tigers. It’s undisputable that these 2 teams dominate the cup and doing the double over the Tigers is something they should all be proud about. The win recorded for the Rhinos wasn’t an easy one at any means with the scores drawn at HT 10-10 with only a try deciding the final score 16-10. There was a couple of young lasses playing for both teams who are 16 yes SIXTEEN years old who have just sat their GCSEs in May/June. The main story came from the Castleford camp with Hollie Dodd turning 16 the day before the competition becoming the youngest player to ever play in a Challenge Cup Final (including the men’s competition).

Castleford Tigers

1) Jasmin Cudjoe

2) Sinead Peach

3) Tamzin Renouf

4) Hollie Dodd

5) Georgia Roche

6) Esme Reynolds

7) Emma Lumley

8) Kelsey Gentles

9) Samantha Jordan

10) Lacey Owen

11) Samantha Watts

12) Grace Field

13) Hirsty Higo

 

14) Shona Hoyle

15) Claire Garner

16) Rhiannon Marshall

17) Tara-Jane Stanley

Leeds Rhinos

1) Aimee Staveley

2) Caitlin Beevers

3) Chloe Kerrigan

4) Tasha Gaines

5) Francesca Goldthorpe

6) Amy Johnson

7) Keara Bennett

8) Sophie Robinson

9) Elle Frain

10) Shannon Lacey

11) Sophie Nuttall

12) Ellie Oldroyd

13) Danika Primm

 

14) Hanna Butcher

15) Charlotte Booth

16) Danielle Anderson

17) Courtney Hill

Tries:
– Marshall 1(1)
– Renouf (1)

Conversions:
– Stanley (1)

Tries:
– Goldthorpe (1)
– Beevers (1)
– Hill (1)

Conversions:
– Hill (2)