Keighley Cougars have been drawn away at defending Pennine League Champions Fryston Warriors in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Third Round.
The Warriors, who can boast former Cougars Team Captain Paul Handforth and former Cougars hooker Jack Lee in their ranks, qualified for this seasons competition as Pennine League Champions have defeated Normanton Knights and London Chargers to reach this stage of the Challenge Cup.
This is the first time the Cougars have faced amateur opposition in this competition since defeating Wath Brow Hornets at the Third Round stage in 2014.
Fryston Warriors are based in Castleford and details regarding this tie will be announced in due course.
Other ties will see Toronto Wolfpack become the first trans-atlantic side to compete in the Cup as they travel to Halifax to face Siddal whilst the lowest ranked side Haydock head to the captial to face the Wests Warriors.
LADBROKES CHALLENGE CUP THIRD ROUND DRAW:
Barrow Raiders v Rochdale Mayfield
Doncaster RL v Myton Warriors
Fryston Warriors v Keighley Cougars
Hemel Stags v London Skolars
Hunslet RL v Coventry Bears
Newcastle Thunder v Workington Town
Siddal v Toronto Wolfpack
South Wales Ironmen v Oxford RL
University of Gloucestershire All Golds v North Wales Crusaders
West Hull or Thatto Heath Crusaders v Whitehaven
Wests Warriors v Haydock
York City Knights v Egremont Rangers