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Summary

  1. Leeds win by record margin in final
  2. Tom Briscoe is first player to score five tries in Challenge Cup final
  3. Delaney, McGuire, Singleton and Burrow also cross for Rhinos

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By Phil Cartwright

All times stated are UK

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FT: Hull KR 0-50 Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos lift Challenge Cup
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While Hull KR focus on retaining their Super League spot, Leeds will turn their attentions to the possibility of a domestic treble. They're a third of the way there.

You can follow the final weeks of the Super League season with BBC Sport, with weekly highlights on the Super League Show and live commentaries on Radio 5 live, 5 live sports extra and BBC local radio.

That's just about it from me today - thanks for your company this afternoon.

Leeds retain Challenge Cup

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I think that quote from Jamie Peacock is an apt place to finish.

Yes it was a one-sided final, but try telling Leeds fans to be disappointed with that.

The Rhinos were deserved winners on a day that Tom Briscoe will never forget. His five tries, an unprecedented feat in a Challenge Cup final, secured a record victory for his side.

After 29 years of waiting to reach the final, it turned out to be a match to forget for Hull KR.

Read Ged Scott's match report here.

Player reaction

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Jamie Peacock and Kevin Sinfield
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You don't get many moments like this in your life. You've got to savour them and make the most of them.

Jamie PeacockLeeds Rhinos prop on BBC One

'Tough lesson to learn'

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We want to be here again. Leeds are the benchmark and we know we have to improve. They need to hold their heads up high - it has been a great team effort to get us here. We will all be disappointed, but they need to put a smile on their faces.

Chris ChesterHull KR coach on BBC One

Chester on Hull KR 'disappointment'

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Chris Chester
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I’m really disappointed. We really didn’t give a true indication of how we've been playing this year. There was bags of effort, but Leeds were just too quick for us in every department today and we let ourselves down in certain areas.

Chris ChesterHull KR coach on BBC One

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We are not done yet, we have a couple of other big trophies that we would like to see. It will be difficult to get the League Leaders' Shield and Grand Final victory as well, but that is something we would like to do.

Brian McDermottLeeds Rhinos head coach on BBC One

Reaction to Leeds' record victory

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It was a funny game because Hull KR clearly have some threats and didn't give up. They have done an absolutely fantastic job getting here - their story is what the Challenge Cup is all about. In terms of defence, the three blokes I thought that had a stamp on that game were Carl Ablett, Brett Delaney and Stevie Ward. Every time that Hull KR tried to do something they were there or thereabouts to shut them down.

Brian McDermottLeeds Rhinos coach on BBC One

Leeds Rhinos win the Challenge Cup

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The trophy is passed along the line of Leeds players, and there's a special cheer for Kylie Leuluai and Jamie Peacock - both of whom are leaving the Rhinos at the end of the season.

Leeds Rhinos win Challenge Cup

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And now the Leeds players climb the steps - what will feel like the easiest journey in the world.

Leeds captain Kevin Sinfield, for the second season in succession, lifts the Challenge Cup.

He's joined by injured forward Jamie Jones-Buchanan, like Sinfield a Rhinos legend, as he raises the trophy aloft.

Leeds Rhinos win Challenge Cup

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More reaction on the way shortly, but first, the two sets of players are heading up to collect their medals.

Hull KR look a tired bunch of players. As much as playing in a big final is the highlight of many a career, today is a day that those players will want to forget in a hurry.

Player reaction

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It was very professional. We knew they were a good side and I feel for them because no side deserves that here.

Kevin SinfieldLeeds Rhinos captain

Player reaction

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Tom Briscoe
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What a feeling. It is just incredible. I would have given all five away just for the win today. To get five, I can’t describe how happy I feel.

Tom BriscoeFive-try man of the match for Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos win Challenge Cup

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Some reaction on the way shortly to Leeds' record-breaking victory at Wembley.

Full-time reaction

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I wouldn't have predicted this at all. I thought Hull Kingston Rovers would give this a real shake here. They will be very disappointed by their efforts.

John KearFormer England coach on BBC One

BreakingFull-time

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Leeds Rhinos  win their 13th Challenge Cup, beating Hull KR by a record margin in Challenge Cup final history.

TRY (Briscoe, goal Sinfield)

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History!

Danny McGuire picks up a loose ball, passes to Tom Briscoe and the England winger dances his way over for his fifth try of the match. It's never been done before in 114 Challenge Cup finals.

Clinical. So, so clinical.

Kevin Sinfield's goal puts Leeds past 50 points.

Tom Briscoe
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Man of the match

Tom Briscoe (Leeds Rhinos)

It's no surprise that Leeds winger Tom Briscoe is announced as the winner of the Lance Todd Trophy.

Well, how often do you score four tries in a Challenge Cup final?!

TRY (Briscoe, goal Sinfield)

Hull KR 0-44 Leeds Rhinos

For only the second time in history, a player scores four tries in a Challenge Cup final. Take a bow, Tom Briscoe.

Kallum Watkins is again the provider, and Briscoe streaks clear to touch down unchallenged.

The other man to score four tries in a final? Leroy Rivett, for Leeds, in 1999.

Hull KR 0-38 Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos are aiming to win a domestic treble this season.

This is the first leg, and they are well placed to tie up the League Leaders' Shield too, boasting a four-point lead in the Super League table with four games to go.

October's Grand Final at Old Trafford could be their date with destiny.

TRY (Burrow, goal Sinfield)

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Try number seven from ruthless Leeds. Kallum Watkins breaks through a tired Rovers line and passes to  Rob Burrow, who races clear to score under the posts.

Kevin Sinfield, no doubt thinking about lifting the trophy in a few minutes, slots over the goal.

And that puts Leeds on course for a record margin of victory in a Challenge Cup final.

Hull KR 0-32 Leeds Rhinos

Interesting to see the Hull KR body language in that huddle (following Briscoe's hat-trick try). They were loose, they weren't focused, they weren't looking in. They have some tired bodies out there.

Robbie Hunter-PaulTwo-time Challenge Cup winner with Bradford Bulls on BBC One

Hull KR 0-32 Leeds Rhinos

Something for Hull KR to smile about - a 40-20 kick by Albert Kelly. This one, unlike the one in the first half, will stand.

An attacking chance for Rovers, and a chance to get off the mark late on, but a forward pass brings all of their optimism to an end.

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Briscoe slides over in the corner for a well-executed try. That is something that Leeds have done often - put the prop forward on the short side and it has worked very effectively all game.

John KearFormer England coach on BBC One

Wembley wonders

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Brian McDermott, Ryan Hall, Kevin Sinfield
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A year ago, Leeds Rhinos ended their long wait to lift the Challenge Cup.

It had been 15 years since their 11th Cup success, and they made it 12 with victory over Castleford Tigers at Wembley.

They are 12 minutes away from a win that would take them ahead of St Helens in the all-time list, with only Wigan (19) having won the competition on more occasions.

TRY (Briscoe hat-trick)

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Leeds winger  Tom Briscoe completes a hat-trick, the seventh in Challenge Cup final history.

Kallum Watkins feeds Briscoe out wide and Briscoe touches down to extend the Rhinos' lead even further.

That's the first hat-trick in a Challenge Cup final since Chris Hicks for Warrington against Leeds in 2010.

I think that might be the Lance Todd Trophy sewn up, too...

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The is like a horror movie for #HullKR as they trail Leeds 28-0 with 22 min left.

#rhinos running away with it now, fully deserve it, but it's a shame to see such a one-sided #ChallengeCupFinal

Hull KR 0-28 Leeds Rhinos

This unstoppable Leeds Rhinos machine want to keep a blank sheet, as shown by their efforts to deny Hull KR a consolation score. Kieran Dixon almost jinks his way through but is eventually taken down.

Hull KR 0-28 Leeds Rhinos

It's at times like these that one reaches for the history books and looks up "record victories in Challenge Cup finals".

Leeds hold the record at present, courtesy of their 52-16 over London Broncos in 1999.

That 36-point margin of victory is under threat today.

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They (Hull KR) are in tatters and they have been put in tatters by an efficient, ruthless Leeds performance.

John KearFormer England coach on BBC One

TRY (Singleton, goal Sinfield)

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Definitely "game over" now as Brad Singleton goes over for Leeds' fifth of the afternoon.

It's the easiest of tasks for the youngster, who collects a pass from Rob Burrow and goes over from close range, despite the best efforts of Kieran Dixon to deny him.

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What a run from Briscoe! #ChallengeCup

Game over, but what a moment for Briscoe there #rhinos #challengecup

Heartbreaking. Needed the first try to get back in. Now that's gone, definitely sealed. Getting sick of Dixon #HullKR #challengecup

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Jamie Peacock
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Leeds appear desperate to get the departing Jamie Peacock over the line in his last Challenge Cup final appearance - the veteran prop charges at the Hull KR defence but is tackled.

Rovers full-back Kieran Dixon knocks on for the third time in this second half, but he's saved by a call of offside by referee Ben Thaler.

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It's not been a prolific few years for Hull sides at Wembley. In 2013, Hull FC made it to the Challenge Cup final but failed to score a point against Wigan and lost 16-0.

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Briscoe is committed, he goes for it and gets it, and then he pins his ears back and goes all the way. It is a fantastic finish by that man.

Jonathan DaviesFormer dual code Wales international on BBC One

TRY (Briscoe, goal Sinfield)

Hull KR 0-22 Leeds Rhinos

Tom Briscoe has his second try of the afternoon and Leeds are within sight of a 13th Challenge Cup win.

The winger catches a high kick and races 90 metres to touch down, holding off Ken Sio to ground the ball in the corner.

Not quite Usain Bolt, but not far off. There was no catching Briscoe.

Kevin Sinfield converts from the touchline, via the post. Leeds ahead by 22 points.

Hull KR 0-16 Leeds Rhinos

The danger is easily dealt with by Rovers.

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Kevin Sinfield
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Early possession and territory for Leeds as Rovers full-back Kieran Dixon knocks on.

Kevin Sinfield dabs a kick through but Dixon intercepts, and then spills the ball in the tackle. Back with Leeds again.

Second half starts

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In increasingly damp conditions, Hull KR get the action under way again.

Half-time reaction

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Danny McGuire and Kevin Sinfield have been sensational in putting the ball where we wanted it at the end of sets. The way we have started sets and finished them has been key to this game.

Jamie Jones-BuchananLeeds Rhinos forward on BBC One

Half-time reaction

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We need more field position, Leeds have strangled us a little bit and kept us in our own half. If we can get that energy back and field position, we have a chance of posting some points.

Ben CockayneHull KR winger on BBC One