It's #TeamlistMonday today with the four 21-man squads for Wednesday's ANZAC Day matches named. Voda...
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The road to the new Wembley got underway this weekend when the big boys entered the fold at the fourth round stage.
There were no real shocks with all the Super League clubs playing lower league teams generally winning by huge margins.
Bradford Bulls and Wigan Warriors were both given tough games by National league 1 sides Castleford Tigers and Widnes Vikings.
Hull KR was the only engage Super League team to be eliminated, as they conceded three late tries to loose at Warrington Wolves.
The draw on Tuesday evening could see some interesting games for the fifth round.
Bradford 24-16 Castleford
Leeds 72-10 Workington
Salford 64-4 Gateshead
St Helens 78-14 Batley
Catalans Dragons 70-12 Featherstone
Pia 8-64 Harlequins RL
Warrington 38-10 Hull KR
Dewsbury 28-46 Sheffield
Huddersfield 74-4 York
Hull 78-0 Hunslet
Keighley 16-26 Oldham
London Skolars 4-52 Wakefield
Rochdale 20-16 Celtic Crusaders
Swinton 14-47 Barrow
Whitehaven 36-8 Halifax
Widnes 24-34 Wigan