GREENFIELD have been handed the chance to stun Flint Town United after the Flintshire rivals were paired together.

Scott Beck’s Greenfield booked their place in round two with a 3-1 home success over Caersws, while the Silkmen thumped visiting Four Crosses 9-0.

And Beck is relishing the home encounter, saying: “It was a great win on Saturday and the draw isn’t bad either!

“We should draw a big crowd for this that would generate a bit of money for the club.”

Flint legend Shaun Beck is Scott’s brother, creating a link between the two clubs, and Silkmen boss Niall McGuinness is looking forward to the clash.

“It’s a tie to look forward to, definitely,” said McGuinness. “It is a good tie for the local area and it’s a ground that I have never been to, despite driving past it on my way to Flint. It’s a game we want to go out and win and I have full confidence in my lads.”

Flint’s Cymru North rivals Buckley Town and Gresford are also on the road in round two.

Dan Moore’s Buckley have been paired with Holyhead Hotspur, while Gresford will face the winners of the first round meeting between Llanberis and Porthmadog.

Queen’s Park, who negotiated their way past Prestatyn Sports on Saturday, have the chance to upset Eddie Maurice-Jones’ Rhyl, while Mynydd Isa Spartans know a trip to Llandudno is on offer if they can beat Llanfair United on Saturday.

Mold Alex’s reward for thumping Waterloo Rovers 8-1 is a home tie against either Llanrug United or Aberffraw.

Both prospective opponents ply their trade in the Welsh Alliance, Llanrug currently 10th in Division One and Aberffraw bottom of Division Two.

The Flintshire side won’t be taking either side lightly, but with home advantage Mike Cunningham’s men have a good chance of reaching round three.

“We are happy to have been drawn at home and it gives us a great opportunity to progress,” said Cunningham. “Either side will be tough opposition, but it’s a game we look forward to.”

There’s an eye-catching tie at Nantporth as Bangor City entertain Prestatyn Town, while Bangor 1876 - the lowest ranked team in the northern section - host Cymru North outfit Ruthin Town.

Colwyn Bay, who knocked out Corwen in round one, will head to Nantlle Vale and Llannefydd’s reward for beating Chirk AAA is a home clash with Guilsfield.

All round two ties will be staged on the weekend of November 8-10.