The second round of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup draw has been made with try scoring finalists Ryan Hall and Oliver Holmes holding the destiny of the remaining 23 amateur sides left in the competition in their hands.

They will play for a chance to face League 1 opposition in the third round and keep their dream of reaching Wembley alive.

Three first round ties are still to be decided, here is the second round draw in full:

Hunslet Warriors vs West Hull

Wath Brow Hornets vs Lock Lane

Hull Dockers vs Walney Central

Kells vs Notts Outlaws/Blackbrook

Elland vs Egremont Rangers

Oulton Raiders vs Valley Cougars

Widnes West Bank vs Rochdale Mayfield

Siddal vs Featherstone Lions/Queens

Normanton Knights vs Shaw Cross/York Acorn

Skirlaugh vs Royal Navy

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