HOLDERS Llanelli face another long trip north in the last 16 of the Welsh Cup after being paired with Rhyl in Monday's draw.
Former Welsh Premier League champions Rhyl, who lead the Huws Gray Alliance, dumped top flight Newtown out of the tournament on Saturday and will be gunning for a second prized scalp in successive rounds when Llanelli visit Belle Vue.
Andy Legg’s Reds saw off Bangor City at Farrar Road in round three and will know that anything less than their best could see them come unstuck against Greg Strong’s Lilywhites.
In a repeat of the 2007 FAW Premier Cup final, The New Saints take on Newport County, though this time the fixture takes place on the Welsh Premier League club’s artificial surface at Park Hall.
It was the hosts who won that encounter at Spytty Park more than four years ago and they’ll be confident of a repeat performance this time around.
In the only all-Welsh Premier League tie Afan Lido welcome Airbus UK Broughton, who knocked out Wrexham last weekend, to the Marstons Stadium while the only MacWhirter Welsh League side left in the cup, AFC Porth, travel to Carmarthen Town, who are currently managerless following the sacking of Tomi Morgan.
The remaining ties all see Welsh Premier clubs face Huws Gray Alliance teams with Bala going to Buckley, Neath visiting Flint Town Utd, Aberystwyth hosting Llandudno and Prestatyn entertaining Cefn Druids.
All ties are to be played on or before January 28-29.
Rhyl v Llanelli
Afan Lido v Airbus UK Broughton
Buckley Town v Bala Town
Flint Town Utd v Neath
Aberystwyth Town v Llandudno Town
The New Saints v Newport County
Prestatyn Town v Cefn Druids
Carmarthen Town v AFC Porth
By David Williams