CAERNARFON Town have been handed a testing road trip as they look to make further waves in the JD Welsh Cup.

The former semi-finalists will travel to the Motion Finance Stadium to take on Prestatyn Town, who have struggled so far this season but have shown signs of life since the return of legendary manager Neil Gibson to the set-up.

Bangor City will be looking to reach the fourth round and secure derby bragging rights in the process when they host second tier rivals Holyhead Hotspur, with Llangefni Town aiming for the biggest win in their history when they welcome top flight basement dwellers Llanelli Town.

Huws Gray Alliance leaders Airbus Broughton host Porthmadog in a game that Wingmakers’ striker Joe Chaplin will be looking to put one over on his former club, with Rhyl making the trip to Newtown.

Flint Town United will be aiming for a shock in their home clash with Bala Town, with Cwmbran Celtic rewarded with a potential money-spinning tie with all-conquering champions The New Saints.

JD Welsh Cup third round draw: Airbus Broughton vs Porthmadog, Goytre United vs Carmarthen Town, Cwmbran Celtic vs The New Saints, Barry Town United vs Aberbargoed Buds/Penybont, Bangor City vs Holyhead Hotspur, Denbigh Town vs Cambrian and Clydach, Prestatyn Town vs Caernarfon Town, Guilsfield vs Connah’s Quay Nomads, Cwnmamman/Blaenrhondda vs Aberystwyth Town, Llangefni Town vs Llanelli Town, Newtown vs Rhyl, Ton Pentre vs Cardiff Met, Flint Town United vs Bala Town, Treharris/BF Llansawel vs Llandudno, Haverfordwest County vs Pontypridd Town, Ynysddu Welfare vs Cefn Druids.