BUILTH Wells will start as overwhelming favourites when they travel to Nant Conwy in the quarter-finals of the Swalec Plate.
But coach Nick Howells will be wary of the Gogledd Division One side which caused a ripple through Welsh rugby by beating Dunvant 30-24 in the last round.
Howells said: “Ideally a home draw would have been great for us, but we can't complain with Nant Conwy.
“It will mean a long trip, but we are generally happy with the draw and now we will start preparing for the game.”
Howells insisted the draw remained wide open with it also seeing North Wales minnows Bethesda entertain Pontypool United following their surprise progress.
The rest of the draw sees Ystrad Rhondda travel to either Cwmllynfell or Glynneath while the winners of Senghenydd’s match with Penallta host Maesteg Quins or Kidwelly.
“It is wide open now,” said Howells. “We are just two games away from booking an end of season final at the Millennium Stadium.
“Nant Conwy are one of the top teams in North Wales and showed their qualities by beating Dunvant in the last round.
“A trip to the Millennium Stadium would represent a great reward for the fans who have followed the team throughout the cup run and I am sure will also be present at Nant Conwy on March 24.”
Howells warned his players that despite being just 160 minutes away from a final that the league remained the priority.