WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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AFTER their 3-0 away victory over Scottish League One outfit Livingston on Sunday, The New Saints have been drawn away to face St Mirren at the Paisley 2021 Stadium.

It is a third successive trip north of the border for Craig Harrison's side, who won 3-1 away at Forfar Athletic in the fourth round.

St Mirren, who are currently tenth in the Scottish Championship, will be the toughest task yet for TNS in the competition.

In the draw, conducted by former Scotland and Manchester City striker Paul Dickov and Abi Harrison of Hibernian Ladies, Queen of the South were handed a home tie with Dundee United.

Semi-final ties are scheduled for the weekend of February 18/19, with the final on the weekend of March 25/26.

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25 May 2017

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