Tetley's Challenge Cup: Sheffield Eagles run riot against London Skolars
Last Updated: 05/04/14 6:08pm
Sheffield Eagles ran in 12 tries as they demolished Championship One club London Skolars 70-28 in the fourth round of the Tetley's Challenge Cup at Owlerton Stadium.
Forward Jack Blagbrough, who is on a season-long loan from Huddersfield Giants, led the way with a hat-trick of tries as Sheffield booked their place in Sunday's fifth-round draw.
The Eagles were surprise winners of the Cup in 1998 following a famous 17-8 upset of Wigan Warriors at the old Wembley.
Quentin Laulu-Togagae scored two tries for the Eagles and others came from Michael Knowles, Misi Taulapapa, James Davey, Loto Tagaloa, Jordan Burke, Pat Walker and Matt Garside, while Dom Brambani kicked 11 conversions.
Martyn Smith scored two second-half tries for the Skolars, with others coming from Courtney Davies, Louis Robinson and Lloyd O'Connor, with Matthew Bradley kicking four goals.
Tetleys Challenge Cup 2014 R4
Nathan Brown admits Lady Luck shone on his side after St Helens beat Huddersfield 17-16 in the Challenge Cup.
Tony Smith admitted Warrington made hard work of their 28-24 Tetley's Challenge Cup fourth round win at Hull KR.
Batley coach John Kear congratulated Castleford for the ruthless way in which they took apart his team.
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