Challenge Cup: British Army host Doncaster; Featherstone and London Skolars receive bye
The British Army will have to march past Doncaster if they are to reach the fourth round of the Tetley's Challenge Cup.
Last Updated: 24/02/14 7:33pm
Having gained a golden-point win in extra time over the British Police on Sunday, the Army will next have home advantage when they take on their Kingstone Press Championship opponents in round three.
The University of Gloucestershire All Golds hosted the draw in Cheltenham but were out of luck after being handed a tough trip to Rochdale.
York and Hunslet, who were both relegated to Championship One at the end of last season, will host Whitehaven and Oxford respectively in two of four all-Championship ties.
Featherstone, who lifted the famous trophy at Wembley back in 1983, and London Skolars received byes straight through to the fourth round, the stage when the 14 Super League clubs enter the competition.
They were picked out at random from a pre-draw that made necessary following the withdrawal of the French Federation clubs.
All third-round ties will be staged across the weekend of March 15-16.
Full draw: Milford v Barrow, Rochdale v Gloucestershire All Golds, Keighley v Wath Brow, Dewsbury v West Hull, Sheffield Eagles v East Leeds, British Army v Doncaster, Hull Dockers v Halifax, Batley v Kells, South Wales Scorpions v Hemel, Normanton v Workington, York v Whitehaven, Swinton v Gateshead, Egremont v Oldham, Hunslet v Oxford, North Wales Crusaders v Pilkington Recs, Wigan St Patrick's v Leigh.