WEST Bowling are just one win away from repeating last year's feat of reaching the Challenge Cup Third Round, but their head coach Ryan Hunkin admits they are facing an unknown quantity in Sherwood Wolf Hunt.

Their second round game in Nottinghamshire will be streamed on the RFL's 'Our League' app from 1:30pm tomorrow, yet despite welcoming the exposure for the club, Hunkin said he wishes the game was not being broadcast.

Bowling are in this position thanks to a magnificent 24-12 win at loftier opponents in Featherstone Lions in Round One. Speaking about that win, Hunkin said: "We got off to a really good start by just taking our chances, like with Dan Gregory's interception try.

"There was no sustained pressure or anything. We were playing with a strong wind in the first half and we could gone in 30-0 up.

"I said at half-time that we needed to be more clinical, as it was only 18-0 and you can't let teams off like that.

"But we were defensively strong against the wind in the second half and I thought 24-12 flattered them in the end."

Hunkin was well-prepared for the Featherstone clash, but he admits it has been a little harder to keep an eye on Sherwood.

He said: "We've looked a bit on Facebook at videos of them playing, but that's not really full preparation. I do know they have a strong connection with Clayton, with players going down from Bradford to play there.

"We're a bit unsure of their squad but we're not worried about what they, and other teams, can do to us. We just need to do what we're best at."

This is why Hunkin has an issue with the game being streamed, as he is worried that future opponents will be able to work out exactly what Wests' strong points are.

He said: "It's nice but I'm not too bothered about being on TV. People might use it to their advantage, as the eyes of other teams will be on us, and they'll see what our strengths and weaknesses are.

"I like to video games for myself but I'm not really wanting it streaming or on YouTube. It is great exposure for us as a club, but selfishly I'd like to keep it (our tactics) to ourselves."

The gate receipts from tomorrow's game will go towards the fundraising initiative set up to support Leeds Rhinos legend Rob Burrow, who has been diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease.

Asked whether Burrow's career and fight still have an impact down at amateur level, Hunkin said: "What Rob's achieved in his career and how he's conducted himself through this troubled time, is nothing short of legendary.

"He's always been resilient because of his size, as it's not easy to play rugby league when you're small like him, but he's just used his strengths.

"He's highly thought of and people have said nobody has a bad word to say about him.

"It's a shame about his diagnosis but I know he'll fight it."