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St Helens Aims for Challenge Cup Victory Against Warrington

St Helens Challenge Cup 2024

St Helens head coach Paul Wellens is on a mission to secure a Challenge Cup win with his hometown team, aiming to add another trophy to his illustrious rugby league career.

Having clinched the Challenge Cup five times as a player, Wellens is now focused on leading Saints to victory against Warrington in the upcoming quarter-finals on Sunday.

“Growing up in St Helens, the Challenge Cup has always held a special place in my heart,” Wellens told BBC Radio Merseyside.

“This competition is not only highly prestigious in rugby league but also across global sports. It’s an exciting tournament, and our goal is to excel and achieve success.”

He added, “The Challenge Cup offers no second chances, and we are eager to face this challenge head-on.”

After a recent loss to league leaders Catalans, Saints are gearing up to face Warrington, who share a similar Super League record this season with five wins and two losses from seven matches.

Wellens praised the performance of Warrington’s head coach, Sam Burgess, in his debut season.

“Sam Burgess has made an impressive start in his first head coach role,” Wellens commented.

“He’s brought a strong work ethic to the team, which is crucial for success. Warrington has a talented squad with players capable of making an impact.”

Both teams are ready to give their all in what promises to be an intense quarter-final clash, with St Helens aiming to progress further in the Challenge Cup under Wellens’ guidance.


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