North Wales Crusaders have been drawn against amateur side Thatto Heath Crusaders in the fourth round of the Challenge Cup.

Anthony Murray's Cru side will visit the St Helens outfit on the weekend of March 30/31.

The Cru advanced to round four with a 31-18 success at League One rivals London Skolars and now face another testing away trip.

12-man Thatto Heath progressed courtesy of a closely-fought 30-24 victory against Rochdale Mayfield and will now eye an upset against semi-professional opposition.

Elsewhere in the 24-team draw, which includes 12 Championship sides, seven-time winners Widnes Vikings will visit Oldham and

five-time champions Halifax will travel to League One title-hopefuls Hunslet.

Bradford Bulls will face local rivals Keighley in a West Yorkshire derby, while three all-Championship ties will see Sheffield host Leigh, Barrow entertain York and Featherstone welcome Swinton.

The remaining amateur sides in the competition all face tough tasks.

West Hull will travel to Championship outfit Dewsbury, while Lock Lane head to Batley.

Siddal will host Newcastle Thunder should they beat Workington. Their third round tie was postponed at the weekend and will now be played this Sunday.