The three Cumbrian sides left in the Coral Challenge Cup have been rewarded with home ties in the second round of the prestigious competition.

The draw was held tonight and Distington, Millom and Wath Brow will all have home advantage in the next round, after great opening performances.

After dismissing Torfaen Tigers, Distington will now welcome the Royal Air Force side to the village for their next tie.

Wath Brow, who got the better of London Chargers in the first round will see fellow National Conference League outfit York Acorn head to Cleator Moor.

And Millom, who made headlines with their win over Red Star Belgrade on Sunday, will host another NCL outfit in Siddal.

The ties are due to be played over the weekend of February 9 and 10.