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Challenge Cup: St Helens 25-22 Hull FC

Challenge Cup: St Helens 25-22 Hull FC

St Helens winger Regan Grace (right) has scored 10 tries this season
bbc.comSt Helens knocked out Challenge Cup holders Hull FC in a feisty game to seal a place in the semi-finals.Mark Percival and Regan Grace opened the scoring before Hull replied through Albert Kelly and Chris Green.Hull had Danny Houghton and Danny Washbrook sin-binned within two minutes and Percival and Grace both crossed as Saints made their advantage count.
Scott Taylor scored for Hull after the break while Hakim Miloudi's late try set up a tense finale for the hosts.
Relive St Helens's win Challenge Cup win against Hull FC
Super League leaders Saints will make their first semi-final appearance since their 2015 loss to Leeds Rhinos.Hull took their time to get into the game and were two tries down when Bureta Faraimo mis-kicked behind from the restart after Percival's opening try, which led to Grace scoring the hosts' second.There was controversy on the half-hour mark as Hull went down to 11 men from two separate incidents in quick succession.First, Houghton was yellow-carded for a crusher tackle on Danny Richardson and moments later, Washbrook was sin-binned after appearing to put a knee to the face of Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook.Almost midway through the second half, Hull were shown their third yellow card of the game as Masi Matongo went into the bin after taking out Jonny Lomax, and Saints held on for victory.St Helens: Barba, Makinson, Morgan, Percival, Grace, Lomax, Richardson, Amor, Roby, Thompson, Peyroux, Taia, Wilkin.Replacements: Fages, McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Douglas, Knowles.Hull FC: Shaul, Faraimo, Logan, Tuimavave, Miloudi, Kelly, Connor, Green, Houghton, Taylor, Minichiello, Manu, Hadley.Replacements: Washbrook, Fash, Paea, Matongo.Referee: Ben Thaler.
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