WELSH PREMIER FOOTBALL

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HOLDERS The New Saints were handed a home time with Llanelli Town in the draw for the fourth round of the Welsh Cup.

The Reds progressed to this stage with a 5-1 home win over Ynysygerwn on Friday night with Lee Trundle on the scoresheet once again. The former Swansea marksman last visited Park Hall in February 2012 and scored the opening goal as now-defunct Neath won 2-1.

Welsh Premier clubs with a more difficult task on paper are Rhyl and Gap Connah's Quay. The Lilywhites will travel to face Caernarfon Town, who beat Carmarthen Town on Saturday, but lost 5-1 to Rhyl at The Oval earlier this season in the Nathaniel MG Cup. The Nomads have a long trip down to west Wales to meet Haverfordwest County after a last-gasp victory against another Welsh League side, Goytre United, yesterday.

Aberystwyth Town have home advantage for a visit from unbeaten Huws Gray Alliance leaders Prestatyn Town, while Bala Town are home to Penybont, who dumped Airbus UK Broughton out of the competition in the third round.

Frustrated by the late postponement of their tie on Sunday, Bangor City will be home to Welsh League leaders Goytre if they can overcome Ton Pentre in the re-arranged match next weekend.

Cefn Druids have an away tie at Llanfair if they beat minnows Llantwit Major while Cardiff Met are drawn away to Guilsfield of the Alliance.

The draw in full:

  • Aberystwyth Town v Prestatyn Town
  • Bala Town v Penybont
  • Caernarfon Town v Rhyl FC
  • Guilsfield FC v Cardiff Met
  • Haverfordwest County v Gap Connah's Quay
  • Llanfair United v Cefn Druids or Llantwit Major
  • The New Saints v Llanelli Town
  • Ton Pentre or Bangor City v Goytre

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27 May 2017

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