The draw for the quarter-finals of the Challenge Cup has been made, with holders St Helens travelling to Perpignan to face Catalans Dragons.
Challenge Cup holders St Helens marched on to the quarter-finals thanks to a 44-6 win over Whitehaven in front of a bumper crowd at the Recreation Ground. An impressive crowd of almost 5,000 saw the Super League champions travel up to Cumbria to take on Whitehaven.
Catalans Dragons survived a scare from Championship high-flyers Featherstone. The Rovers led 14-8 at one point thanks to a double from Joey Leilua, but the French side turned it around to clinch a 27-14 in Perpignan.
Catalans-St Helens is the standout tie of the quarter-final draw.
The Dragons have only lost one game this year, which came to St Helens in the opening round of the season. Meanwhile, Saints have not won in Perpignan since 2018, the year Catalans lifted the Challenge Cup at Wembley.
2019 Wembley winners Warrington or Wakefield will face Wigan in the quarters. The Warriors beat Salford 20-0 at the DW Stadium on Friday night.
Hull FC will travel to either Barrow or Huddersfield in the quarter-finals after a big 58-12 win over Sheffield Eagles in the sixth round.
Challenge Cup quarter-finals draw:
Wakefield Trinity v Wigan Warriors
Hull Kingston Rovers v Castleford Tigers
Huddersfield Giants v Hull FC
Catalans Dragons v St Helens
Sixth round results:
Wigan Warriors 20-0 Salford Red Devils (Fri)
Sheffield Eagles 12-58 Hull FC (Sat)
Whitehaven 4-46 St Helens (Sat)
Catalans Dragons 27-14 Featherstone Rovers (Sat)
Hull Kingston Rovers 24-18 Leigh Centurions (Sat)
Leeds Rhinos 16-40 Castleford Tigers (Sat)
Warrington Wolves 12-16 Wakefield Trinity (Sun)
Barrow Raiders 16-30 Huddersfield Giants (Sun)