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The road to Wembley got underway this weekend for the 12 Super League Clubs. In a round where there were no shocks Castleford, who let slip a 14-0 half time lead, were the only Super league side to exit the competition.
World Champions Leeds Rhinos were given a scare by Welsh side Celtic Crusaders who came back from 14-0 down to only trail by four points at the break, but Leeds upped their tempo in the second half to run out winners. Elsewhere Warrington were given a game by Leigh who only lost by 12 points and the same for Featherstone who were competitive against last years runners-up Catalans Dragons.
The Draw for the fifth round will take place on Tuesday night with the prospect of some exciting ties.
Leeds Rhinos 38-16 Celtic Crusaders
Whitehaven 46-6 FC Lezignan-Corbieres
Bradford Bulls 98-6 Toulouse
Harlequins RL 44-14 Castleford Tigers
Barrow 48-16 Hunslet
Batley 12-26 Dewsbury
Doncaster 12-38 Widnes
Featherstone 12-22 Catalans Dragons
Leigh 16-28 Warrington Wolves
Rochdale 5-42 Hull FC
Salford Reds 8-38 Wakefield Wildcats
St Helens 56-0 London Skolars
Swinton 8-20 Oldham
Wigan Warriors 74-4 SM PIA
Workington 12-68 Hull KR