“It was fantastic to see how many fans turn out for the draw tonight,” said Peacock, who won the trophy last year with Leeds.
“It’s a trophy with great heritage so let’s make a fuss out of it and I’m glad the RFL have been able to do that.
“Leigh against London has to be the tie of the round and it will be interesting to see how some of the community clubs go in their home fixtures.”
Both Pryce and Peacock are former Bradford Bulls greats, and Pryce enjoyed the experience of being back in his hometown.
“It was great to come back to Bradford and help with the draw,” he said.
“My fondest memory of rugby league when I was growing up is watching the Challenge Cup.
“I was pleased to see the Bulls got a home tie against Workington. That one obviously got the biggest cheer of the evening!”
Challenge Cup Fourth Round Draw:
North Wales Crusaders v Doncaster
Dewsbury Rams v Newcastle Thunder
Featherstone Lions v York City Knights
Barrow Raiders v Halifax
Bradford Bulls v Workington Town
Normanton Knights v Batley Bulldogs
Leigh Miners Rangers v Oxford
Swinton Lions v Rochdale Hornets
Sheffield Eagles v Oldham
Whitehaven v Featherstone Rovers
Leigh Centurions v London Broncos
University of Gloucestershire All Golds v Hunslet Hawks