Ladbrokes Challenge Cup competition: Your chance to win Challenge Cup tickets for Rhinos v Hull

Anthony Mulally in recent Super League action for Leeds Rhinos against Hull FC.
Anthony Mulally in recent Super League action for Leeds Rhinos against Hull FC.
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THE YORKSHIRE Evening Post has teamed up with the Rugby Football League to give readers a chance to win tickets to Leeds Rhinos’ Ladbrokes Challenge Cup semi-final against Hull.

The tie, at Doncaster’s Keepmoat Stadium on Saturday, July 29, is set to sell out, but we have five pairs of tickets to give away in our special competition.

Rhinos are aiming to secure a sixth visit to Wembley in eight seasons, but will face a tough challenge against the trophy holders.

Leeds are on an eight-game winning streak against Hull and won 10-7 when the sides met at Headingley last weekend.

The semi-final will be the first time they have faced Super League opposition in this year’s competition after wins over part-time sides Doncaster, Barrow Raiders and Featherstone Rovers in previous rounds.

Hull beat Super League leaders Castleford Tigers in their quarter-final, following a 62-0 thrashing of Catalans Dragons in the sixth round.

To stand a chance of winning a pair of tickets to the eagerly awaited Challenge Cup tie, answer the following question: Who did Leeds Rhinos beat in their previous Challenge Cup semi-final appearance?

Email your answer to (entering Rhinos semi-final comp as the email subject), or on the back of a postcard to Rhinos semi-final comp, Sports Desk, Yorkshire Evening Post, No 1 Leeds, 26 Whitehall Road, Leeds, LS12 1BE.

Please include your name, address and a daytime telephone number.

The closing date for entries is 10am on Monday. Winners will be the first five correct entries drawn at random after the closing date and will be notified by the RFL.

Normal YEP competition rules and regulations apply, a copy of which is available from our promotions and publicity department.

To find out how we may use your contact details, please refer to the data protection information in the public notices section of today’s paper.