Ray French selects his top 10 Challenge Cup final tries.
No 10: Robbie Paul, Bradford v St Helens, 1996 (Third try)
RF: "Refusing to accept defeat, Robbie Paul collected the first-ever hat-trick of tries in a Challenge Cup Final at Wembley - and reserved his best for the last.
"The Kiwi raced clear through a gap on the halfway line before a clever change of pace enabled him to round Steve Prescott, St Helens' last line of defence.
"A magnificent solo try by a player who refused to bow the knee as Saints progressed to a 40-30 triumph."