Amateur side Kells have been given a dream tie at home to big-spending Championship side Toronto Wolfpack in the fourth round of the 2018 Challenge Cup.
The Cumbrians will host Paul Rowley’s Wolfpack in what is undoubtedly the tie of round four, with the game to be played on the weekend of March 17-18.
Elsewhere, former winners Bradford Bulls have been drawn away at League 1 and West Yorkshire rivals Hunslet.
Table-topping Championship pacesetters London will travel to Cumbria to face Leon Pryce’s Workington Town, while struggling Leigh Centurions are also away – they will play Batley Bulldogs.
Full draw: Challenge Cup Fourth Round
Ties to be played weekend of March 17-18
Hunslet v Bradford
Barrow v Sheffield
Workington v London
Halifax v Oldham
Kells v Toronto
North Wales v Featherstone
Coventry v Pilkington Recs
Whitehaven v Dewsbury
Normanton v Rochdale
Batley v Leigh
Doncaster v Newcastle
York v Swinton