Hull 56-12 Hull KR FT
Rhinos 38-18 Giants FT
Wolves 12-36 Red Devils FT
Warriors 10-36 Saints FT
Vikings 30-12 Centurions FT
Raiders 26-52 Wolfpack FT
Halifax 26-33 Bulls FT
Lions 36-22 Hornets FT
Rovers 0-0 Knights
Eagles 18:00 Toulouse
Rams 19:00 Bulldogs
Crusaders 70-8 Raiders RL FT
Bears 28-30 Skolars FT
Cougars 26-18 Doncaster FT
Oldham 28-36 Hunslet FT
Town 18-33 Whitehaven FT
14th August 2018, 10:10 | champion_schools
Thirty-two years ago, Steven Mullaney, a schoolboy Rugby League player, thrilled television viewers across the country by scoring a superb solo try as Wakefield Schools defeated St Helens 17-0 in the traditional Year 7 Boys curtain-raiser at Wembley, before the 1986 Challenge Cup Final.
Tragically, Steven died in a road traffic accident the following year.
As a tribute to him, the English Schools' Year 7 Boys (under 12s) game, was renamed the The Steven Mullaney Memorial Game.
Since then, generations of young players have carried on his joy of playing Rugby League by taking part in what has become an integral part of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final day.
Steven Mullaney's Wembley 1986 highlights, including THAT try
And some of those young players have gone on to make their mark on both the professional and international stage.
Famous Year 7 Boys Finalists include Mike Ford, Denis Betts, Phil Clarke, Chev Walker, Kevin Sinfield, Ryan Hampshire and many others.
The showcase fixture will be taking place again in 2018, as Widnes' Wade Deacon and St John Fisher from Wigan face off on the Wembley turf.
The Year 7 Boys Final will kick off at 1pm on Challenge Cup Final Day
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As the curtain-raiser to the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup final between Catalans Dragons and Warrington Wolves on Saturday, August 25, the game kicks off at 1pm.