The glamour of the Challenge Cup will pick up pace this weekend with the arrival of the competition’s quarter-finals. There is a healthy amount of intrigue in each tie; take, for example, the contrast between two regular winners of the cup in recent times Wigan and Warrington, against the prospect of York and Leigh tussling…

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