The draw for the fourth round of the Challenge Cup took place via the BBC website and it saw the introduction of the eleven Betfred Championship sides (excluding Toulouse Olympique XIII who have not entered this years competition).
The thirteen sides who made it through the third round at the weekend would all have been hoping for a decent pay-day, and a game against a top Championship side while the top Championship sides will have been praying to avoid any potential banana skins, or tough games against other leading sides.
The draw was made by Challenge Cup winner Rob Parker and Warrington Wolves assistant coach Andrew Henderson and it’s took place at the Rugby League headquarters in Salford.
The draw in full was made as follows;
Hunslet v. Bradford Bulls
Barrow Raiders v. Sheffield Eagles
Workington Town v. London Broncos
Halifax v. Oldham
Kells v. Toronto Wolfpack
North Wales Crusaders v. Featherstone Rovers
Coventry Bears v. Pilkington Recs
Whitehaven v. Dewsbury Rams
Normanton Knights v. Rochdale Hornets
Batley Bulldogs v. Leigh Centurions
Doncaster v. Newcastle Thunder
York City Knights v. Swinton Lions
All games will be played over the weekend of the 17th and 18th of March, and the BBC will announce later in the week which game they will be live streaming.