The Scottish champions are one of 44 amateur teams taking part in the opening round of the famous knockout competition, which starts on the weekend of February 1 and 2 and reaches a conclusion at Wembley on August 23.
The 14 Super League clubs enter the tournament at the fourth-round stage on the weekend of April 5-6.
First round ties:
Hull Dockers v Bristol Sonics.
Pilkington Recs v Aberdeen Warriors.
York Acorn v Siddal.
Wath Brow v Halton Simms Cross.
Loughborough University v British Police.
SW London Chargers v Torfaen Tigers.
Widnes St Maries v St Patricks.
RAF v Dewsbury Celtic. Askam v British Army.
Royal Navy v Walney Central.
Myton v East Hull.
Saddleworth Rangers v Milford Marlins.
Kells v St Judes.
Skirlaugh v Rochdale Mayfield.
Shaw Cross Sharks v Thatto Heath Crusaders.
Leigh Miners Rangers v Hunslet Warriors.
Oulton Raiders v West Hull.
Underbank Rangers v East Leeds.
Leeds Met University v Millom.
Blackbrook v Egremont Rangers.
Woolston Rovers v Elland.
Lock Lane v Normanton Knights.