Crusaders face Wigan in the cup

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The Carnegie Challenge Cup holders Wigan will play the youngest club in the League, North Wales Crusaders, in the fourth round of this year's competition following the draw at the DW Stadium last night.

Last year's beaten finalists, Leeds, are at home to Wakefield. "It's a tough draw against a team well used to getting to finals," said the Trinity coach, Richard Agar.

Other all-Super League contests feature Widnes against neighbours St Helens, Hull against Huddersfield and Hull KR against Catalan Dragons. There is also an intriguing derby between Castleford, bottom of Super League, and Featherstone, top of the Championship. The ties will be played on the weekend of 14-15 April.