NEFYN United have been handed a plumb tie at home to Bangor City in the JD Welsh Cup first round.

The Gwynedd League side were rewarded for a superb win against Mynydd Llandegai with a clash against the troubled Citizens, who are now without a manager after Stephen Vaughan Jr left the club on Monday.

Fellow fifth-tier side Bangor 1876 have the chance to claim another notable scalp at home to Penycae, and giant-killers Aberffraw face a stern test of their credentials at Llanrug United.

JD Cymru North side Llangefni Town have been drawn away at Rhyl, with Chris Roberts’ side suffering a narrow league loss to the Lilywhites earlier on this season.

Holyhead Hotspur will be on home soil against Montgomery Town following their derby triumph over Holyhead Town, with Llanberis and Bleanau Ffestiniog Amateurs welcoming second tier opposition in the form of Porthmadog and Buckley Town respectively.

Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One side Nantlle Vale will be aiming to claim a rare second round berth when they entertain Rhydymwyn.

JD Welsh Cup round one draw north and mid: Bangor 1876 vs Penycae, Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs vs Buckley Town, Chirk AAA vs Llannefydd, Coedpoeth United vs Gresford Athletic, Conwy Borough vs Ruthin Town, Corwen vs Colwyn Bay, Flint Town United vs Four Crosses, Greenfield vs Caersws, Guilsfield vs Brymbo, Holyhead Hotspur vs Montgomery Town, Holywell Town vs Llandudno, Llanberis vs Porthmadog, Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant vs Prestatyn Town, Llanrug United vs Aberffraw, Mynydd Isa Spartans vs Llanfair United, Nantlle Vale vs Rhydymwyn, Nefyn United vs Bangor City, Prestatyn Sports vs Cefn Mawr Rangers/FC Queen’s Park, Rhyl vs Llangefni Town, Waterloo Rovers vs Mold Alexandra.