The draw for the fourth round of the Challenge Cup has been made.
This round sees clubs from the Championship join the competition, alongside the remaining League 1 and community sides.
Amateur side Siddal, who produced the likes of Kruise Leeming and Morgan Smithies, have been drawn at home and will face off against Keighley Cougars or Newcastle Thunder.
The British Army, who defeated Ince Rose Bridge in the third round, will travel to face either Rochdale Hornets or York Acorn.
Other interesting ties include 1998 Cup winners Sheffield Eagles against last season’s semi-finalists Halifax, while Whitehaven take on Dewsbury Rams London Broncos face York City Knights.
Full Fourth Round Draw:
Rochdale Hornets or York Acorn v British Army
Whitehaven v Dewsbury Rams
North Wales Crusaders v Hunslet
Sheffield Eagles v Halifax
Workington Town or West Bowling v Doncaster
Bradford Bulls v Underbank Rangers
Featherstone Rovers v Barrow or London Skolars
London Broncos v York City Knights
Swinton Lions v Leigh Miners Rangers
Leigh Centurions v Batley Bulldogs
Siddal v Keighley Cougars or Newcastle Thunder
Widnes Vikings v Oldham
The ties will be held on the weekend of 22 and 23 February.