History was made in round one of the 2019 Challenge Cup.
The oldest amateur club, Millom, met with newcomers Red Star Belgrade, who were making their debut in the Challenge Cup. Millom ran-out 38-10 winners at Coronation Field up in Cumbria on Sunday.
Ethan Kelly put in an outstanding display for Millom, while Darcy Etrich was the standout for the Serbian club. It was a successful afternoon for the Challenge Cup, with the ground-breaking match being streamed live on the BBC Sport website.
Elsewhere, Irish outfit Longhorns came close to pulling off an upset against NCL Premiers Lock Lane but they fell short to a 16-10 defeat.
Scottish expansionists Edinburgh Eagles failed to make it through to the second round after losing 50-16 at Normanton Knights.
The RAF are the only military side left in the competition. They beat North Herts Crusaders 22-6, while The Army lost 18-16 at Bentley. West Hull knocked the Royal Navy out of the Challenge Cup following a 42-12 scoreline.
In an amateur ‘Battle of the Borough’ match, Wigan St Patricks claimed the bragging rights as they won 24-12 at Leigh East. George Williams and Micky Higham will make the second-round drawat the clubhouse of St Pats on Monday at 6pm.
Challenge Cup round one results:
Bentley 18-16 The Army
Bradford Dudley Hill 0-16 Milford
Clock Face Miners 0-24 Siddal
Dewsbury Moor 24-10 Skirlaugh
Distington 48-0 Torfaen Tigers
Drighlington 32-4 All Golds
East Leeds 2-10 Batley Boys
Hunslet Club Parkside 16-30 Thornhill Trojans
Hunslet Warriors 16-28 Featherstone Lions
Kells 4-14 Rochdale Mayfield
Leigh East 12-24 Wigan St Patricks
London Chargers 6-34 Wath Brow Hornets
Normanton Knights 50-16 Edinburgh Eagles
Orrell St James 12-30 Underbank Rangers
Ovenden 22-20 Woolston Rovers
Royal Navy 12-42 West Hull
Shaw Cross Sharks 16-28 Haydock
Thatto Heath Crusaders 32-6 Stanningley
Wallsend Eagles 18-44 GB Police
West Bowling 42-12 Hammersmith Hills Hoists
Wigan St Judes 15-14 Crosfields
York Acorn 42-4 Beverley
Lock Lane 16-10 Longhorns
Millom 38-10 Red Star Belgrade
North Herts Crusaders 6-22 RAF