Cup Final

  • (noun): The final game of any cup competition (such as the annual final of the English soccer competition at Wembley).

Some articles on cup final, final, cup:

Louis Vuitton Pacific Series - Pools/Results - Cup Final
... Team New Zealand qualified automatically for the Cup Final ... They met the winner of the Challenger final in the Cup Final ... L W(028) W(034) W(019) - X X 3 Alinghi W (012) L L L - X X 1 Due to poor weather the Final series was reduced to a best of five series ...
St Helens RFC - History - Early Years (1873—1945)
... The Challenge Cup was launched in 1897 and it was St Helens who contested its first final with Batley, at Headingley, Leeds ... St Helens 1897 Challenge Cup Final team 11 Tom Winstanley (SR) 12 Tom Reynolds (SR) 14 Billy Briers (FL) 13 Peter Dale (LF) 15 Bill Whiteley (FL) 7 Freddie Little (SH) 6 Richard O'H ... well as being beaten by 37 points to 3 by Huddersfield in that year's Challenge Cup Final ...
Leonard Bratley - Playing Career - County Cup Final Appearances
... Trinity’s 10–0 victory over Hull in the 1946–47 Yorkshire Cup final at Headingley Stadium, Leeds on Saturday 2 November 1946, and scored a try in Wakefield Trinity’s 8–7 ...
Steve Fulton
... After his impressive display in a Scottish Cup semi-final defeat of Hibernian that year he was likened by his manager Billy McNeill to Italian forward Roberto Baggio, and ... regular by 1990 and helped the side to the 1990–91 League Cup final, where they suffered a 2-1 defeat to Old Firm rivals Rangers ... the table at the time Fulton signed but recovered to finish 4th and reach the Scottish Cup Final, where Rangers proved too strong for them ...
Leslie Chamberlain - Playing Career - County Cup Final Appearances
... over Hunslet in the 1956–57 Yorkshire Cup final, 20-14 defeat to Leeds in the 1958–59 Yorkshire Cup final, and played Right-Prop, i.e. 10, in the 16-10 victory over Huddersfield in the 1960–61 Yorkshire Cup final at Headingley Stadium, Leeds on Saturday 29 October 1960 ...

Famous quotes containing the words final and/or cup:

    The purpose of punishment is to improve those who do the punishing—that is the final recourse of those who support punishment.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    In poorer lands
    No one touches the water of life.
    It has no taste
    And though it refreshes absolutely
    It is a cup that must also pass
    Until everybody
    Gets some advantage....
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)