CLWB Pel Droed Bangor 1876 have been handed a home tie for their historic first fixture in the JD Welsh Cup.

The Gwynedd League side will welcome a dangerous Llandudno Athletic to their Treborth base in the first qualifying round north, with Mel Jones’ men looking to put a good cup run together to further enhance their growing reputation.

Amlwch Town will host Holyhead Town in what is expected to be a hotly contested derby clash, with Bro Goronwy aiming to cause an upset against newly promoted third tier outfit Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs.

Ambitious Aberffraw will be aiming to progress after being draw at home to Llandudno Junction, and Gwalchmai are going to face a stern test of their credentials at Llannefydd.

Pentraeth travel to Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two champions Glan Conwy, Gaerwen will be on the road at Llanrwst United and Mynydd Llandegai will host Gwynedd League champions Menai Bridge Tigers.

Another intriguing tie involving a side from the region is Nefyn United’s home clash with Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Premier Division title holders Llandudno Amateurs.

Amlwch Town v Holyhead Town, Bangor 1876 v Llandudno Athletic, Brickfield Rangers v New Brighton Villa, Bro Goronwy v Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs, Castell Alun Colts v Llangollen Town, Cefn Mawr Rangers v CPD Sychdyn, Coedpoeth United v Rhostyllen, CPD Aberffraw v Llandudno Junction, CPD Llannefydd v Gwalchmai, Glan Conwy v Pentraeth, Llandyrnog United v Lex XI, Llanfairfechan Town v Kinmel Bay, Llanrwst United v Gaerwen, Mochdre Sports v Penmaenmawr Phoenix, Mynydd Isa v Llanuwchllyn, Mynydd Llandegai v Menai Bridge Tigers, Nefyn United v Llandudno Amateurs, Penycae v Caerwys, Rhosllanerchrugog v Plas Madoc.