Huddersfield strike back to beat Hull
Super League leaders Huddersfield came from 14-0 down to sweep aside injury-hit Hull with a dominant second-half display and book their place in the fifth round of the Carnegie Challenge Cup after a 42-16 victory.
The Giants' exciting outside backs did the damage, scoring six of their eight tries, the pick of them an 80-metre individual effort from Leroy Cudjoe that put them in front for the first time on 54 minutes. And Huddersfield's greater strength in depth was once more a crucial factor as they ran in seven tries in a one-sided second half at the KC Stadium.
Luke George and Cudjoe scored a brace apiece with further tries from Greg Eden, Joe Wardle, Luke Robinson and Jason Chan. While Tom Briscoe crossed over two tries with Danny Tickle kicking four goals for Hull.
Sam Tomkins ran in six tries as Wigan kicked off their defence in fine style as they ran in 18 tries to trounce the North Wales Crusaders 98-4, while two tries from Leon Pryce helped Catalan Dragons book their place in the fifth round with a thrilling 20-18 win over Hull KR.
Shaun Ainscough and Elliott Whitehead both bagged hat-tricks as cash-strapped Bradford strode effortlessly into round five with a 72-6 success over Doncaster.
Warrington eased into the fifth round with a clinical 44-18 defeat of Championship side Keighley. Tony Smith's men ran in eight tries against their part-time opponents, with young hooker Brad Dwyer among the scorers.
Marc Sneyd scored 26 points as Salford put Whitehaven to the sword with a 58-18 defeat.
Michael Witt bagged a 22-point haul as the London Broncos cruised through by steamrollering part-timers Dewsbury 72-4. Witt crossed for two tries and booted seven goals as the Londoners romped to a 13-try victory.
Loan signing Ryan Brierley scored four tries to help Leigh to a crushing 68-18 win over Rochdale Hornets while Sheffield Eagles, ran in nine tries in a 50-12 rout of York at the Huntington Stadium.
John Kear, a Cup winner with Sheffield and Hull, saw his Batley side hang on for a 21-18 victory at Hunslet and Oldham over-turned a 14-6 half-time deficit to score 20 unanswered points after the break and run out 26-14 winners over Barrow to book their place in the fifth-round draw.