London Skolars have been drawn tonight to play Super League giants and Carnegie Challenge Cup holders St Helens in the fourth round of this season's cup. It will be a remarkable event for Skolars - just six years into their professional lives - when the National League 2 side from Wood Green head to Knowsley Road on 19 or 20 April. Having previously visited Super League clubs Warrington Wolves and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, this will be the Skolars toughest ever challenge against the likes of world class talents Sean Long, Keiron Cunningham and Co. But first they must focus on the job in hand - beating Sheffield Eagles at White Hart Lane CSC on Saturday afternoon to emerge from an extremely tough group with Celtic Crusaders, Doncaster and Sheffield to secure a place in the next round of the Northern Rail Cup. Like
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