Brymbo have been handed an away tie in the fourth round of the Welsh Trophy, with the Wrexham club set to play either Llanuwchllyn or Llanrug.

Phil Hudson's Steelmen side progressed with a 4-2 victory over Holywell Town at the weekend and will now face the winners of the all-Gwynedd clash.

After beating Rhostyllen in the last round, Rhos Aelwyd will host a Gaerwen side who eliminated Brickfield Rangers from the competition.

Cefn Mawr Rangers, who impressed in a 2-0 victory over Greenfield on Saturday, also have home advantage against Welshpool Town.

There is a strong north east Wales presence in the last 32 of the competition, with Llay Welfare to entertain Llanrwst United, Lex XI at home to mid-Wales side Berriew, and Mold Alexandra heading to Powys side Radnor Valley.

Mynydd Isa Spartans' are in third round action at Llandudno Albion on Wednesday night, with the winners drawn away to Carno.

Other fourth round fixtures in the northern section include Dyffryn Nantlle Vale v Barmouth & Dyffryn; Boderdern v Penrhyndeudraeth/Holyhead Hotspur; Nefyn/Llannefydd v Denbigh Town.

All fourth round ties are set to be played on Saturday, November 23.

A Flintshire derby is among the standout ties in the third round of the Welsh Youth Cup as Airbus U19s host Connah's Quay Nomads U19s.

Mark Cowan's Airbus side impressed with a 3-2 victory over Wrexham at Colliers Park in round two, with Nomads advancing after a 5-0 thrashing of Flint Town United U19s.

Mynydd Isa Spartans will be underdogS in their home clash with last season's beaten finalists The New Saints, with Chirk AAA drawn at home to Llandudno.

Elsewhere in the northern section, Caernarfon Town will host fellow Welsh Premier League Development side Newtown.

Ties will be played on Sunday, November 24.