FEATHERSTONE ROVERS climbed above Leigh Centurions in the Championship by beating them 24-20.
Rovers are now fourth and while Leigh occupy the fifth and final play-off place.
Whitehaven, coached by Gary Charlton (pictured), are two points clear at the top of League One after a 16-10 home win over Oldham, who fell from second to third after being overhauled by Newcastle Thunder, who were 26-12 winners at Hunslet.
This year’s Women’s Challenge Cup final will be a rerun of the 2018 showpiece in which Leeds beat Castleford 20-14.
That’s after Leeds came from behind to win at St Helens and Castleford cruised to a 100-0 win at Wakefield in the other semi-final.
Championship: Dewsbury 40 Barrow 26, Featherstone 24 Leigh 20, Swinton 20 Batley 18, Widnes 40 Rochdale 12.
League One: Hunslet 12 Newcastle 26, North Wales Crusaders 30 Workington 18, Whitehaven 16 Oldham 10.
NRL: Cronulla Sharks 22 Brisbane Broncos 24.
Women’s Challenge Cup semi-finals: St Helens 10 Leeds Rhinos 16, Wakefield Trinity 0 Castleford Tigers 100.
For full match reports and pictures, see Monday’s League Express.