There was a brief flash-point in the second half where tempers flared and it led to Craig Davies being sent to sin bin. It was a lot of pushing and shoving, but 9 RLC dealt the final bow with Hull’s successful penalty.
Chris Budgen grabbed a converted try late on for the Royal Welsh, but it was too little, too late as 9 RLC held on for the win.
After the game, Hull celebrated his performance and his team’s victory in a competition that's more than 100 years old.
He said: “It was a great effort and a bit of skill at the end to beat the final person.
"The boys have been talking about it for a long time and we've read a great bit of history.
"It’s a great experience to be a part of this and take home the trophy."