The NSW Challenge Cup continues to go from strength to strength with a record 16 teams taking part this year and more than $30,000 in prize money.
The knockout competition is made up of 10 teams from the NSWRL and six teams from the Country Rugby League with the opening round kicking off on February 10.
The Blacktown Workers will go head-to-head with Glebe Burwood Wolves with the other fixtures to be played the following week to determine which teams progress to round 2.
The winning team will collect $15,000, the runner-up will receive $7500 while there will be prize money for the final eight teams.
The NSW Challenge Cup showcases young talent from all over the state with the final to be played in June at a venue to be determined.