Championship side Halifax will take on Super League leaders St Helens in the Challenge Cup semi finals.
Fax made history on Sunday by becoming the first Championship side to reach the Challenge Cup semi finals after beating Bradford Bulls.
The other semi final will see Warrington Wolves take on Hull FC, which should be intriguing given the recent war of words between the two clubs on the Wolves’ use of social media.
The two games will come after the Women’s Challenge Cup Final, for which the quarter final draw was made at the same time.
The highlight of which sees St Helens and Wigan Warriors go head to head. There is also one more all Super League clash as league leaders Castleford Tigers welcome West Yorkshire rivals Bradford Bulls.
The other two clashes see Keighley Albion take on Wakefield Trinity, and Leeds Rhinos take on Warrington Wolves.
All four Women’s matches will take place on 23rd June.