Bangor 1876 at home in first-ever Welsh Cup tie – opening draws for men’s and women’s competitions

The New Saints celebrate winning the 2018-19 Welsh Cup. Picture: Football Association of Wales

New club Bangor 1876 have been drawn at home to Llandudno Athletic of the Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League in the first qualifying round of the 2019-20 Welsh Cup.

Mel Jones’ side will operate in the Gwynedd League in the forthcoming season and should face a tough test against an Athletic outfit which finished runners-up in their Premier Division last term.

JD Welsh Cup qualifying round one draw – North
(ties to be played August 31/September 1)

Amlwch Town v Holyhead Town
Bangor 1876 v Llandudno Athletic
Brickfield Rangers v New Brighton Villa
Bro Goronwy v Blaenau 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
Rhydymwyn v Hawarden Rangers

FAW Women’s Cup draws

Newly-formed Llanberis and Connah’s Quay Nomads will face each other in the qualifying round of the 2019-20 FAW Women’s Cup.

Qualifying round draw – North
(Ties to be played on Sunday 15 September)

Corwen v Prestatyn Town
Llanberis v Connah’s Quay Nomads

Round one – North
(Ties to be played on October 20)

Bethel v Airbus UK Broughton
Corwen / Prestatyn Town v Llandudno
Denbigh Town v Northop Hall Girls
Llanberis / Connah’s Quay Nomads v Pwllheli
Llanfair United v Amlwch Town
Rhyl v Wrexham

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