31st March 2019, 22:31 | ChallengeCup
NCL outfit Thatto Heath Crusaders stole the Round 4 show with a hard-earned 16-14 home win over League 1's North Wales Crusaders.
Lewis Foster, Connor Dwyer and Matty Norton got on the scoresheet, with Bobbie Goulding kicking two goals, for Thatto Heath as they never fell behind.
The St Helens outfit, who are now the only community club left in the Cup, led 10-4 at half time and fought off a late surge from the visitors, who got over through Rob Massam (2) and Chris Worrall, Ben Stead with one goal.
Elsewhere on Saturday, Featherstone Rovers led 30-10 at half time to pave the way for a comfortable 38-14 win over Swinton Lions at the LD Nutrition Stadium.
In Sunday's action, Featherstone Lions' run came to an end against Doncaster, losing 46-6.
Bradford Bulls also join them in the draw, but they were made to work for their progress as they edged out a dogged effort from Keighley Cougars at Cougar Park to win 14-12 live on BBC Sport.
York City Knights secured their place in the next round with a 32-16 win in Barrow, while Batley won 62-6 at home to Lock Lane.
West Hull put up a brave effort in losing 32-6 at Dewsbury, while League 1 Hunslet alomst upset West Yorkshire rivals Halifax - losing out 28-24 on home turf to Halifax from the Championship.
Widnes won 54-14 at Oldham, Leigh won 34-12 at Sheffield and there was drama aplenty in West Cumbria; Whitehaven were denied at the death as they lost 22-21 at home to Rochdale Hornets, while Workington Town ground out a dramatic 21-20 win over Newcastle Thunder at Derwent Park.