So far we have three teams into the last four of the Challenge Cup as the final at Wembley stadium moves a big step closer.
Hull FC booked their place in the semi-finals this afternoon with an impressive victory over Wigan Warriors at Headingley.
Brett Hodgson's side are joined in the draw by St Helens who got the better of Huddersfield Giants on Friday night, with Warrington Wolves also into the semis after easing past Catalans Dragons.
Castleford Tigers and Salford Red Devils are currently playing to see which side will make it through to join our three semi-finalists.
Castleford hit back
They've scored just before the hooter, the draw should be incoming soon after.
Won't be long until we get going!
We're in the 36th minute of this game, with Salford just taking the lead thanks to a well-worked Harvey Livett try.
Hull FC reaction
Hull FC turned in their best performance of the season so far to claim their spot in the Challenge Cup semi-finals, believes Brett Hodgson.
The Black and Whites held firm and kept their nerve to run out 20-10 winners over Wigan Warriors at Headingley Stadium and they now find themselves just one away from a date at Wembley.
Here's what Hodgson had to say.
We played in my opinion the second best team in the competition, St Helens and Wigan have been at that level for a long time.
We knew we had to perform near our best to give ourselves a chance and I thought we took step another forward.
I’m exceptionally pleased, I’m really proud of the performance, we had quite a tumultuous week with a couple of players unavailable and a couple coming back in and obviously some adversity early in the week, but the players stuck by each other and our performance in particular defensively, I’m just so proud of.
The women's Challenge Cup quarter finals are tomorrow, but the draw for the semis is also taking place.
The ball numbers for the women’s competition are as follows:
1 - Leeds Rhinos or Bradford Bulls
2 – St Helens or Featherstone Rovers
3 – Warrington Wolves or Castleford Tigers
4 – York City Knights or Wigan Warriors
1 – Warrington Wolves
2 – St Helens
3 – Hull FC
4 – Castleford Tigers or Salford Red Devils