In the other all-First Division tie, Featherstone Rovers faced Hull Kingston Rovers, who were without 10 of their first-team squad. Martin Pearson stamped his authority on the game with inspired running and support as well as scoring 18 points on the way to 30-8 win.
Oldham seemed to be the First Division team most likely to succumb to opposition from a lower division. Audley Pennant confirmed those expectations with a try after 10 minutes as Doncaster earned a place in the Challenge Cup quarter-finals for only the second time in 24 years with an emphatic 20-0 victory.
A hat-trick from Chris Joynt ended Whitehaven's interest in the cup as St Helens ran out 46-4 winners. Castleford met little resistance from Keighley as they turned on the power to win 52-14. Similarly Bradford Northern shrugged off the challenge of Workington Town with a convincing 32-0 victory.
Warrington will discuss a transfer request from their Welsh forward Rowland Phillips on Tuesday. Phillips was unhappy at being dropped for Saturday's Challenge Cup fifth-round tie at Leeds, which Warrington lost 38-4.Reuse content