Cracking derbies in opening round of FAW Welsh Cup

Bangor 1876 (blue) and Menai Bridge Tigers do battle in the 2019-20 season

Bangor 1876 will host Menai Bridge Tigers in the first qualifying round of the 2021-22 JD Welsh Cup next month.

In other local derbies, CPD Y Rhyl 1879 will be home to Rhyl Dragons and Llannefydd entertain Llansannan.

JD Welsh Cup Qualifying Round 1 North
(ties to be played Saturday, July 10)

Amlwch Town v CPD Pentraeth
Bangor 1876 v Menai Bridge Tigers
Bethel United v CPD Waunfawr
Blaenau Amateurs v Meliden
Bodorgan v Bodedern Athletic
Caerwys v Llanelwy
Castell Alun Colts v Brickfield Rangers
Coedpoeth United v FC Queen’s Park
CPD Cefni v Caergybi
CPD Henllan v Bro Cernyw
CPD Llanberis v Llanrug United
CPD Llannefydd v CPD Llansannan
CPD Y Fali v CPD Bro Goronwy (VOID)
CPD Y Rhyl 1879 v Rhyl Dragons
Gaerwen v Glantraeth
Greenfield v Rhydymwyn
Halkyn & Flint Mountain v Connah’s Quay Town
Hawarden Rangers v Mynydd Isa Spartans
Llannerchymedd v CPD Aberffraw
Llanfairfechan Town v Llandudno Junction
Llysfaen v Gwalchmai
Mountain Rangers v Nefyn United
New Brighton Villa v Chirk AAA
Penmaenmawr Phoenix v Llandyrnog United
Penrhyndeudraeth v Talysarn Celts
Penycae v Lex XI
Prestatyn Sports v NFA
Pwllheli v Llanystumdwy
Rhos Aelwyd v Cefn Mawr Rangers
Ruabon Rovers v Saltney Town
St Asaph City v Rhuddlan Town
Trearddur Bay Bulls v Llangoed
Y Felinheli v Mynydd Llandegai

Byes to QR2: Brymbo, Cefn Albion, Corwen, Denbigh Town, Llandudno Albion, Llanrwst United, Llanuwchllyn, Llay Welfare, Mold Alexandra, Nantlle Vale, Porthmadog, Rhostyllen.

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