Barrow Raiders have been handed a tough draw in the quarter finals of the inaugural 1895 Cup, as they were handed an away tie against Leigh Centurions.

The Raiders moved themselves potentially within two games of Wembley when they thrashed a youthful Bradford Bulls side 50-6 in the second round on Wednesday night at Craven Park.

It will be their second trip to Leigh Sports Village of the season, after their entertaining 46-30 defeat in April's Betfred Championship fixture.

Leigh are currently fifth in the Championship and reached the last eight with a 62-12 hammering of Barrow's Cumbrian rivals Workington Town last Sunday.

The match will be played in the week commencing on June 24, with the actual date to be confirmed.

Elsewhere in the draw, Raiders' opponents on Sunday, Widnes Vikings, have been drawn at home to Dewsbury Rams, York City Knights will welcome Batley Bulldogs while Doncaster, the last remaining League One side in the competition, face Sheffield Eagles at the Keepmoat Stadium.