Barrovian Ryan Shaw kicked six goals, as Hull Kingston Rovers moved into the quarter finals of the Challenge Cup thanks to a 32-18 victory at Salford Red Devils last Saturday.

Hull KR produced a storming second half performance at the AJ Bell Stadium, as they fought back from a 16-6 deficit, after Krisnan Inu, Niall Evalds and Kris Welham had all struck for Salford.

Scores from Josh Drinkwater and Junior Vaivai, either side of an Inu penalty then hauled the visitors level before tries from Darren Addy and Weller Hauraki sealed a memorable comeback.

Shaw, who had a couple of loan spells with Barrow Raiders, was flawless from the kicking tee, as he converted all five of Hull KR’s tries as well as kicking a penalty.

Hull KR coach Tim Sheens said after the game: “We didn’t get any opportunities in the first half or the field position that Salford had which really punished us.

“We completed better in the second half and they ran out of subs before us.”

Shaw will be coming up against Warrington Wolves in the last eight, after they came through an absolute thriller against Super League champions Wigan Warriors in prevailed 26-24 last Sunday.

Ex-Raider Joe Bullock was on the interchange bench for Wigan , who fought back from 24-14 down through tries from Dan Sarginson and Zak Hardaker.

The Wire eventually settled the contest through a penalty from Stefan Ratchford with ten minutes to go.

Askam product Brad Walker was another who played off the bench over the weekend, as Widnes Vikings were defeated 26-6 at Wakefield Trinity, with the Betfred Championship side making their hosts work for the victory.

Widnes were level at 6-6 at the break thanks to Lloyd Roby’s try, but Wakefield scored four times after a red card for the Vikings’ Jack Owens to eventually progress.

Trinity will be up against St Helens in the quarter finals, after Morgan Knowles helped them to a hard-fought victory at Huddersfield Giants.

Barrow Island product Brad Singleton was rested for Leeds Rhinos’ tie at Bradford Bulls and had to watch his side fall to a shock 24-22 defeat to their old rivals in front of a jubilant crowd at Odsal.