HOLYWELL TOWN have the chance to prove they were worthy of a place in Cymru North by knocking Llandudno out of the Welsh Cup.

The Wellmen, who were made to wait on a possible points deduction for Bangor City before their relegation to the Welsh National League was rubber stamped, will tackle tier two Llandudno at Halkyn Road in the first round on Saturday, October 19.

John Haseldin's men are no strangers to cup runs and beating Llandudno, relegated from the Cymru Premier last term, will make rivals sit up and take notice.

Flint Town United have been handed a home tie against Mid Wales League outfit Four Crosses, while Buckley Town and Gresford Athletic must avoid potential banana-skin trips to Blaenau Ffestiniog and Coedpoeth United.

Corwen will have to do it the hard way after Danny Jellicoe's men were drawn at home to Colwyn Bay and Brymbo's reward for beating Rhos Aelwyd is a trip to Guilsfield.

There were home draws for Chirk AAA, Mynydd Isa Spartans and Greenfield as they were paired with Llannefydd, Llanfair United and Caersws.

Mold Alex make the trip to Mid Wales League Division Two outfit Waterloo Rovers, Penycae are set to face Bangor 1876, led by Les Davies, while Rhydymwyn visit Nantlle Vale and Cefn Mawr Rangers and Queen's Park will battle it out for the chance to tackle Prestatyn Sport.

Other first round ties: Conwy Borough v Ruthin Town; Holyhead Hotspur v Montgomery; Llanberis v Porthmadog; Llanrhaeadr v Prestatyn Town; Llanrug Utd v Aberffraw; Nefyn Utd v Bangor City; Rhyl v Llangefni.

Welsh Cup holders The New Saints, meanwhile, have seen chairman Mike Harris charged with alleged offensive and/or insulting and/or abusive words, which were contemptuous and/or discriminatory and/or denigratory and published from his Twitter account on or around August 9.

Harris has been fined - half of the sum suspended - and handed a suspended 10-match ground ban, which will only be invoked if he is found proven of a similar offence before January 1, 2021.

The TNS chairman has the right to appeal the decision.