Hull City will have at least another season in the Premier League after Norwich City's goalless draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge this afternoon.
It means none of the bottom three can now catch the Tigers.
Fulham and Cardiff will be joined in the Championship next season by either Norwich or Sunderland.
In the draw for the fifth round, Hunslet travel to Wigan, Featherstone are at Leigh, the big one sees Leeds at home to St Helens, Doncaster go to Warrington, Bradford entertain Catalans, Keighley travel to Swinton, and Castleford are at home to Sheffield Eagles.
Leeds Rhinos have re-named Friday 11th April JP Day in honour of legendary former England skipper Jamie Peacock who will play his 500th career game next Friday 15 years to the day since his first ever Super League appearance.
Peacock made his debut for Bradford Bulls on 11th April 1999 against Wakefield, having previously played four games on loan at Featherstone Rovers, and now 15 years on he will play his 500th career game against the same opponent but with Leeds Rhinos.
To mark the occasion, thousands of Peacock masks will be distributed at the game for supporters to wear. Plus the club will be using a special hashtag #JP500 for fans to pay tribute to the legendary forward on social media that will be shown on the big screen and scoreboard on the night.
Kid Galahad claimed the European super bantamweight title in Sheffield last night with a convincing unanimous decision over Spain's Sergio Prado.
Home favourite Galahad dominated from start to finish and the durable Prado had no answer for the speed and skill of his opponent.
Judge Anssi Perajoki gave Galahad, real name Abdul Barry Awad, every round with his two colleagues scoring the bout 117-111 and 118-110.
The first round was a subdued affair as both men tried to work each other out but Galahad looked the more impressive and kept the Spaniard at bay with sharp jabs.
The Sheffield man remained on the front foot in the second and landed a couple of good combinations. Prado had little answer and at the halfway point it appeared clear that he would need a major turnaround.
Galahad maintained his perfect professional record with a 16th win to take the title.
Hull KR centre Sean Gleeson may lose an eye after he was attacked outside a nightclub.
The 26-year-old was punched in the face a number of times following a row outside a bar in Wigan in the early hours of Sunday.
Two men, aged 21 and 24, have been arrested on suspicion of assault and have been police bailed until 28 April 2014 pending further enquiries.
One of the biggest sporting projects to be developed in Sheffield in more than ten years is set to place the city at the heart of the government’s Olympic legacy programme.
Plans are being submitted by Sheffield City Trust (SCT) for a £14million extension and development project incorporating the new National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine (NCSEM) at Graves Tennis and Leisure Centre.
The project forms part of the city’s wider £24m investment in new sports facilities which will see under-utilised, ageing or high cost venues replaced with new facilities that are better quality. It's hoped the changes will increase participation and cost less to operate.
The new two storey extension would be built on the centre’s disused five-a-side football pitches at the back of the Centre, in Norton.
In addition to the NCSEM Headquarters, the new facility will have a central atrium, two additional tennis courts, a 25m pool and teaching pool, a regional trampolining and gymnastics facility, gym and fitness studios, 10-lane ten pin bowling and a soft play area.
Sheffield United manager Nigel Clough and forward Jose Baxter have been nominated for monthly awards.
Baxter, who joined the Blades from Oldham in August, scored 4 goals in 5 games in December, including against Cambridge in the FA Cup. He is up for player of the month,
Clough has been nominated for manager of the month after leading the Blades to 3 wins and 2 draws during December. He also led the club to a fine 2-1 win at Aston Villa in the FA Cup on Saturday.
It is being reported that Leeds United are close to signing winger Jimmy Kebe from Crystal Palace. The 29-year-old has made just six appearances this year. It would mean the former Reading man linking up with previous Royals boss Brian McDermott at Leeds.
SUFC Co-owner Prince Abdullah bin Mosaad said: "Getting Mal in at the Lane is a coup. Mal and Nigel know each other well and worked together successfully at Derby. With Mal heading up our business and Nigel heading up our first team, this club is in great hands."
Nigel Clough said: "We had a good relationship at Derby and he deserves a lot of credit for the work he did in his five years at Pride Park. He has vast experience at executive level... as he understands the balance between finance and football, he will be a great addition for Sheffield United."
Sheffield United have appointed Malachy Brannigan as new Managing Director. Mr Brannigan, 47, who lives in East Yorkshire, resumes a partnership with manager Nigel Clough. The pair were together at Derby County where Mal was Vice President, Finance and Company Secretary for nearly five years.
His role included all transfer negotiations, football administration, finance, HR, IT, press, stadium and training ground operations. He has held senior posts at Coventry City (Finance Director and Interim Chief Executive), Hull City (Finance Director and Company Secretary) and Everton.
Mal said: "The opportunity to work for a club with the stature and history of Sheffield United, along with the prospect of working with Nigel and his team once again was one I could not turn down.
"The ongoing involvement of the McCabe family coupled with the investment made by Prince Abdullah is a firm indication that the Blades have an exciting future."