The Dragons are the first non-English team to lift the trophy
Catalans Dragons stunned Warrington Wolves to win their first Challenge Cup.
The French side became the first non-English team to win the trophy in its history.
The Dragons looked capable of the upset as soon as Lewis Tierney went over early on.
Ben Garcia and Brayden Wiliame got their two additional tries, and Josh Drinkwater kicked four goals.
hanging up the boots
Widnes hooker Aaron Heremaia to retire at end of Super League season
Catalans Dragons winger Jodie Broughton to miss start of 2019 season
Wigan sign Barrow prop Joe Bullock on three-year deal
Wakefield secure Super League status with thumping 72-10 win over Hull
Leeds Rhinos sack Brian McDermott following seventh successive Super League defeat
Huddersfield Giants sign Samoa international
England name uncapped duo in team to face New Zealand
Joel Tomkins signs for Hull KR after leaving Wigan Warriors
SIGNED AND SEALED
Leeds Rhinos star Ash Handley commits future to club
Warrington sign Jason Clark on two-year contract from 2019
SUPER LEAGUE SHAME
Wigan suspend forward Joel Tomkins for four weeks
Castleford put lowly Hull KR to the sword at Craven Park
Wire crossed twice (Ben Murdoch-Masila and George King) and Tyrone Roberts kicked three goals.
But, in front of Wembley Stadium’s worst Challenge Cup final crowd (50,672) since WWII, the Catalans Dragons ultimately ran out deserved champions.