HOLYHEAD Hotspur have been presented with a tricky away trip in the FAW Trophy third round.

The Holy Islanders’ were pitted against Penrhyndeudraeth on their travels as they look to reach the next round of the competition, and manager Darren Garmey will be hoping for another positive showing from his squad after a fine start to the campaign on all fronts.

Newly formed Bangor 1876 will face another stern test of their credentials at Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One side Llanrwst United with a place in the fourth round up for grabs, with Bodedern Athletic on home soil against a familiar foe in the form of Llanberis.

Giant-killing Gaerwen will be looking to ruffle more feathers at home to Brickfield Rangers, and Menai Bridge Tigers go in search of success at a fancied Lex XI outfit.

Barmouth and Dyffryn United and Llanrug United have been drawn away at Llandudno Junction and Llanuwchllyn respectively, with Nantlle Vale and Nefyn United at home to Coedpoeth United and Llannefydd.

FAW Trophy third round north draw: Bodedern Athletic v Llanberis, Brymbo v Holywell Town, Denbigh Town v FC Queen’s Park, Gaerwen v Brickfield Rangers, Greenfield v Cefn Mawr Rangers, Lex XI v Menai Bridge Tigers, Llandudno Albion v Mynydd Isa Spartans, Llandudno Junction v Barmouth and Dyffryn United, Llanrwst United v Bangor 1876, Llanuwchllyn v Llanrug United, Llay Welfare v Llandudno Athletic, Mold Alexandra v New Brighton Villa, Nantlle Vale v Coedpoeth United, Nefyn United v CPD Llannefydd, Penrhyndeudraeth v Holyhead Hotspur, Rhostyllen v Rhos Aelwyd.