It is 110 years almost to the day that the two sides first met in the cup, contesting the very first “Northern Rugby Football Union Challenge Cup” final at Headingley, Batley running out 10-3 winners on that occasion.
Also on Friday night, Bradford Bulls were made to fight all the way by Castleford Tigers but claimed a 24-16 win over the NL1 after a Tigers fight back was killed off by a David Solomona try late in the piece.
Salford City Reds had no problems against Gateshead Thunder at The Willows, Luke Robinson scoring four tries as the Reds clamed a 64-4 win over the north-east side to put themselves into the next round.
Warrington Wolves proved too strong for Hull Kingston Rovers for the second time in as many weeks on Saturday afternoon, claiming a 38-10 victory with Brent Grose and Vinnie Anderson claiming a brace of tries each.
Harlequins travelled to the south of France to play Pia,securing a 64-8 victory over the French side thanks to a second-half hat trick from Louis McCarthy-Scarsbrook and two tries apiece from Andy Smith and Paul Sykes.
On Sunday, Wigan Warriors had to work hard to overcome a spirited Widnes Vikings side, only pulling away from the NL1 side with a late flurry tries from Pat Richards (2), Trent Barrett and Darryl Goulding.
National League One Rochdale Hornets faced a tough test from National League Two Celtic Crusaders at Spotland, having to comeback from 16-8 down at the break to claim a narrow 20-16 win over the Welshmen.
A Craig Hall hat trick helped Hull FC to a one-sided 78-0 win over Hunslet Hawks at the KC Stadium, while a Steve Snitch hat trick did the same for Huddersfield Giants as they defeated York City Knights 74-4 at the Galpharm Stadium.
A try and eight goals from Carl Rudd along with a brace from Richard Fletcher contributed to Whitehaven’s 36-8 win over Halifax at the Recreation Ground, while in another all-NL1 tie Sheffield Eagles defeated Dewsbury Rams 46-28.
Keighley Cougars lead 8-0 at half time against Oldham at Cougar Park, but two tries apiece from Kris Smith and Gareth Langley as well as a try and three goals from Paul Ashton gave Oldham a 26-16 win.
The draw for the Carnegie Challenge Cup fifth round takes place some time between 6.30pm and 7.00pm on Tuesday evening on BBC1 local news.