LLANDUDNO Albion face a tricky away tie as they look to make a serious impression in the JD Welsh Cup this season.

The Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One title hopefuls have been drawn at Prestatyn Sports in the second qualifying round, which represents a significant challenge for Darren Jones’ side at one of the most difficult places to play anywhere in the region.

They have experience recent success against Sports in the league, with Albion extending their 100 per cent home start with a 5-1 success over their soon-to-be cup opponents on Saturday.

Glan Conwy have been rewarded for their emphatic against Pentraeth with a trip to Aberffraw, with Mochdre Sports facing a stern foe in the form of Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs.

Llanrwst United will be aiming for another triumph against lower league opposition during their visit to high-flying Llannefydd.

The undoubted tie of the round features a landmark derby encounter between Holyhead Hotspur and Holyhead Town that is expected to draw a significant crowd to The New Stadium, and newly-formed Bangor 1876 will be aiming to claim another notable scalp at home to third-tier side Penrhyndeudraeth.

St Asaph City and Llanrug United will be at home to Llanberis and Llanfairfechan Town, with Bodedern Athletic making the trip to Nantlle Vale.

JD Welsh Cup second qualifying round north: Aberffraw v Glan Conwy, Llannefydd v Llanrwst United, Mynydd Llandegai v Nefyn United, Bangor 1876 v CPD Penrhyndeudraeth, Nantlle Vale v Bodedern Athletic, Holyhead Hotspur v Holyhead Town, Mochdre Sports v Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs, St Asaph City v CPD Llanberis, Llanrug United v Llanfairfechan Town, Prestatyn Sports v Llandudno Albion.