Challenge Cup: Halifax win 34-6 at Dewsbury Rams to reach last eight
|Coral Challenge Cup|
|Dewsbury (6) 6|
|Tries: Walshaw Goals: Finn|
|Halifax (18) 34|
|Tries: Butler 2, Saltonstall 2, Woodburn-Hall, Robinson Goals: Tyrer 4, White|
Five-times Challenge Cup winners Halifax ran in six tries as they saw off fellow Championship side Dewsbury to book a quarter-final place.
Centre Chester Butler and winger James Saltonstall both scored twice, while full-back James Woodburn-Hall and left winger Shaun Robinson also crossed.
Fellow centre Ste Tyrer landed four of the three conversions, while scrum-half Ben White added a late penalty.
Lucas Walshaw scored the Dewsbury try, converted by Fax old boy Liam Finn.
Halifax have won the Challenge Cup five times, the last of those successes having been in 1987, against St Helens.
Dewsbury: Gabriel; Worrincy, Walshaw, Ryder, Morton; S Brown, Finn; Garratt, Ward, Sheriffe, Trout, Knowles, Igbinedion.
Interchanges: Kibula, Field, Kilner, Mackay.
Halifax: Woodburn-Hall; Saltonstall, Tyrer, Butler, Robinson; Murrell, White; Kavanagh, Kaye, Morris, Barber, Larroyer, Fairbank.
Interchanges: Fleming, Moore, C Davies, Cooper.
Referee: Marcus Griffiths (RFL).