CPD Y Rhyl 1879 have been drawn at home to Prestatyn Sports in what should prove to be a cracking local derby in the next round of the JD Welsh Cup.
The two tier 4 clubs will clash at Belle Vue in the second qualifying round on Saturday, July 24.
Llysfaen, giant-killers over Gwalchmai in the first qualifying round, are home again in the next stage to Llanelwy Athletic.
Llannerchymedd have secured a home glamour tie with Bangor 1876, while an all-Anglesey encounter will see CPD Y Fali host Bodedern Athletic.
FC Queen’s Park will welcome past FAW Trophy winners Cefn Albion in one of the most attractive Wrexham area ties on show.
Perhaps the tie of the round will take place in Eifionydd, where Porthmadog will entertain Nefyn United.
All qualifying round two matches are to be played on Saturday, 24 July.
Northern Section draw
Amlwch Town v Llanrwst United
Brickfield Rangers v Saltney Town
Bro Cernyw v Llanfairfechan Town
Caergybi v Llangoed & District
Chirk AAA v Rhos Aelwyd
Corwen v Rhostyllen
CPD Y Rhyl 1879 v Prestatyn Sports
CPD Y Fali v Bodedern Athletic
Denbigh Town v Rhuddlan Town
FC Queen’s Park v Cefn Albion
Llanberis v Nantlle Vale
Llandudno Albion v Glantraeth
Llandyrnog United v Llansannan
Llannerchymedd v Bangor 1876
Llanuwchllyn v Pwllheli
Llay Welfare v Hawarden Rangers
Llysfaen v Llanelwy Athletic
Meliden v Rhydymwyn
Mold Alexandra v Connahs Quay Town
Penrhyndeudraeth v Dolgellau
Penycae v Brymbo
Porthmadog v Nefyn United
Y Felinheli v Waunfawr