The draw for the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup fourth round has been made, with the 12 Kingstone Press Championship clubs joining the five community clubs and seven League One clubs left in the competition.

There will be at least one community club in the hat for the fifth round, as Featherstone Lions were drawn at home to Lock Lane.

Kells will face a trip to Championship side Oldham while Pilkington Recs will entertain Halifax, as the remaining amateur side Siddal will travel to Rochdale Hornets.

London Broncos will host Featherstone Rovers in the tie of the round, which will be a repeat of the Championship Shield Grand Final that the Rovers won 36-4.

In other all-Championship draws, Batley Bulldogs will welcome Whitehaven and Bradford Bulls are away to Dewsbury Rams.

Adrian Morley and Paul Wellens conducted the draw at the White Lion pub in Swinton, which was the birthplace of the Swinton Lions club. They have been handed a tricky trip to Sheffield Eagles.

Full fourth round draw, with ties to be played the weekend of 19th/20th March:

Batley Bulldogs vs Whitehaven

Hunslet Hawks vs Doncaster

Sheffield Eagles vs Swinton Lions

Featherstone Lions vs Lock Lane

Oldham vs Kells ARL

Rochdale Hornets vs Siddal

Pilkington Recs vs Halifax

Dewsbury Rams vs Bradford Bulls

Leigh Centurions vs Workington Town

York City Knights vs Keighley Cougars

London Broncos vs Featherstone Rovers

Toulouse Olympique XIII vs Gloucestershire All Golds

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