WIDNES Vikings have been handed a tough draw in the Betfred Challenge Cup fourth round.

Vikings will travel to Leigh Centurions on February 27/28 in one of five all-Championship ties.

The Super League teams join the competition in Round 5.

Lock Lane and the Royal Navy were rewarded for their notable victories in the Second Round of the Betfred Challenge Cup with home advantage when the Third and Fourth Round draws were held at the Crown Oil Arena in Rochdale.

Lock Lane, the Castleford community club who stunned the semi-professionals of Oldham in the Second Round, will face another team from Betfred League One, Rochdale Hornets – who are celebrating the centenary of their only Challenge Cup triumph in 1922.

The Royal Navy, who beat the British Army in Aldershot to reach the Third Round for the first time in more than a decade, will now host York Acorn of the National Conference League in Portsmouth as they aim to reach the Fourth Round for the first time in their history.

Vicky Molyneux, the Rochdale-born England Women international who conducted the draw with the former England and Great Britain star Paul Sculthorpe MBE, also pulled out her former community club Rochdale Mayfield as a home team, against Doncaster of Betfred League One.

The winners of that tie will also have home advantage in the Fourth Round later in February against Whitehaven, one of the 14 Betfred Championship clubs who join the competition at that stage.

There will be five all-Championship ties including heavyweight derbies between Halifax Panthers and Featherstone Rovers in West Yorkshire.

The winners of the Lock Lane versus Rochdale Hornets tie will host Barrow Raiders, while Bradford Bulls, the most recent winners of the competition to enter at the Fourth Round stage, will take on the 1999 Wembley runners-up London Broncos at their new base, the Cherry Red Records Stadium in Wimbledon.

The Betfred Super League clubs join the competition at the Sixth Round stage in March, with the Semi Finals at Elland Road in May 7, and the Final being played for the first time at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday May 28.

Third Round (ties to be played February 12-13) Lock Lane v Rochdale Hornets Royal Navy v York Acorn London Skolars v Hunslet Club Parkside Swinton Lions v North Wales Crusaders Rochdale Mayfield v Doncaster Hunslet v Siddal Fourth Round (ties to be played February 26-28) York City Knights v Newcastle Thunder Halifax Panthers v Featherstone Rovers Leigh Cenurions v Widnes Vikings Lock Lane or Rochdale Hornets v Barrow Raiders Batley Bulldogs v Royal Navy or York Acorn London Broncos v Bradford Bulls London Skolars or Hunslet Club Parkside v Sheffield Eagles Swinton Lions or North Wales Crusaders v Hunslet or Siddal Workington Town v Dewsbury Rams Rochdale Mayfield or Doncaster v Whitehaven Fifth Round (5 ties) – March 12-13 Sixth Round (8 ties) – March 26-27 – Betfred Super League clubs enter Quarter Finals – April 9-10 Semi Finals – Saturday May 7 at Elland Road, Leeds Betfred Challenge Cup Final 2022 – Saturday May 28 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium