The Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Fourth Round draw has thrown up plenty more intriguing ties with former Super League side Hull Kingston Rovers given a home draw against the Sheffield Eagles.
HMS Bulwark in Plymouth was the grand setting for last night’s ceremony with Major Jack Duckitt Royal Marines (Chairman Royal Marine Rugby League Association and Vice Chairman Royal Navy Rugby League Association) picking the home balls.
The away sides were drawn by former Great Britain and St. Helens captain Paul Sculthorpe.
A total of 24 clubs, representing the Kingstone Press Championship, League 1 and the only remaining community club, Haydock, were drawn against each other.
Here’s how Hull KR reacted…
— Hull Kingston Rovers (@hullkrofficial) February 28, 2017
Elsewhere, Bradford Bulls will host Featherstone Rovers and Haydock will travel to face Oldham.
The Toronto Wolfpack saw off a courageous Siddal side 14-6 in the Third Round’s headline fixture and will now travel to the London Broncos.
And there’s now a cup double on the cards for the Barrow Raiders and Keighley Cougars with both sides set to clash in the League One quarter-finals as well.
Here’s the draw in full…
Ties to be played on weekend of March 18-19. pic.twitter.com/q5rXZx8u03
— The Challenge Cup (@TheChallengeCup) February 28, 2017
Ties will be played over the weekend Saturday March 18 – Sunday March 19 with one game, as yet to be confirmed, streamed live on the BBC Sport website.
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