|Betfred Challenge Cup|
|York City Knights (0) 0|
|Wigan Warriors (14) 26|
|Tries: Hardaker, Smith, Halsall, Hanley, Clubb Goals: Hardaker (3)|
Wigan Warriors sealed their place in the Challenge Cup quarter-finals with a 26-0 win at Championship side York City Knights.
First-half tries from Zak Hardaker, Harry Smith and Sam Halsall gave the Super League team a commanding lead.
Umlya Hanley and Tony Clubb stretched the advantage after the break.
Both sides observed a minute's silence before kick-off in memory of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, who passed away on Friday.
Wigan, who have won a record 19 Challenge Cups, never looked back once Hardaker opened the scoring after sprinting towards the right-hand corner.
They stretched their lead when Jake Bibby put Smith through past the Knights defence.
A first senior try for 19-year-old centre Halsall followed, before Hanley also got the ball over the line for the first time in a Warriors shirt.
Finally, Clubb used his strength to roll out of a tackle and place the ball down to complete a comfortable victory.
Wigan Warriors coach Adrian Lam told BBC Radio Manchester:
"It was one of those games where the sooner the end comes, the better.
"We got through injury-free and into the quarter finals which is the positive tonight.
"Holding the opposition to zero was certainly another highlight."
York City Knights coach James Ford to BBC Radio York:
"For them to have put in the shift of hard work that they put in really heartens me.
"I've got a lot to build on and a lot to work with in terms of effort, commitment and desire."
York: Harrison, Whiteley, Dow-Nikau, Salter, Dixon, Marsh, Washbrook, Green, Jubb, Cuthbertson, Porter, Scott, Spears.
Interchanges: Barcoe, Dixon, Stock, Towse.
Wigan: Hardaker, Bibby, Isa, Halsall, Hanley, Smith, Hastings, Partington, Bateman, Smithies, Singleton, Powell, Bullock.
Interchanges: Byrne, Clubb, Havard, Shorrocks.
Referee: Marcus Griffiths