Who did Tier 3 side Flint Mountain draw in Welsh Cup last 16? What about Wrexham in women’s quarter-finals?

Flint Mountain have a decent chance of making the Welsh Cup quarter-finals after landing a favourable last 16 draw

Flint Mountain have landed a home tie against fellow Tier 3 side South Gower in the last 16 of the JD Welsh Cup.

Ardal North West hopefuls Mountain, who eliminated Cymru North leaders Holywell Town in round two and followed up with a 2-1 victory over Canton, will welcome Ardal South West opposition from Glamorgan in the fourth round.

Mountain share the Essity Stadium with Flint Town United, who have also secured a home draw against Cymru Premier giants Connah’s Quay Nomads at the next stage.

In an all-Cymru North tie, Porthmadog will host Buckley Town, Colwyn Bay of the Cymru Premier, who saw off Newtown at the last stage, have scooped a home tie against fellow top-flight side Barry Town United and completing the northern representation, Bala Town visit underdogs Caerau Ely.

Adran Premier Wrexham have home advantage against either Pontardawe or Briton Ferry Llansawel in the quarter-finals of the women’s Welsh Cup.

Both of the Red Dragons’ potential opponents play in Tier 2 Adran South.


Briton Ferry Llansawel v Llanelli Town
Caerau Ely v Bala Town
Carmarthen Town v The New Saints
Colwyn Bay v Barry Town United
Flint Mountain v South Gower
Flint Town United v Connah’s Quay Nomads
Haverfordwest County v Cardiff Met University
Porthmadog v Buckley Town
Ties to be played weekend of December 9


Cascade v Cwmbran Celtic/Swansea City
Pontypridd v Cardiff City
The New Saints v Aberystwyth Town
Wrexham v Pontarddawe/Briton Ferry Llansawel
Ties to be played on Sunday, December 10

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