CLUBS across mid Wales go head-to-head in the second qualifying of the JD Welsh Cup on Saturday.

The tie of the round pits Llanymynech at home to Caersws with the Bluebirds looking to avoid an upset at the hands of the villagers who will host their first ever Welsh Cup tie.

Elsewhere in the draw Presteigne host Bow Street while Llansantffraid entertain Welshpool Town while Brecon Corries host Llandrindod Wells and Knighton Town have conceded their clash at Berriew who progress.

Dolgellau AA travel to Penrhyndeudraeth of the Ardal North West League.

A club spokesman said: "We are really looking forward to the tie.

"It will be a perfect test for us ahead of the league season week Sunday away to Chirk.

"Penrhyn have rejuvenated as a club and will no doubt be a stern test for us."

Meanwhile Builth Wells hit the road for a trip to Aberaeron.

A club spokesman said: "We’re delighted to have won our first game in the competition and we’ll be heading to the west coast hoping to come away with another cup victory in what’s been a solid start to the season.

"The lads are ecstatic to be back playing again, despite the recent scorching temperatures, and we just hope to build on that start with a decent performance and hopefully a victory on the road this weekend.”

Four Crosses entertain Llanfair United in an all-Ardal North East League clash.

Manager John Reid said: "A youthful looking squad is looking forward to the challenge that Llanfair Utd will bring them with the the confidence they would of gained by last week's win."

Llanfair United could hand debuts to five new signings with manager Lawrence Wilson now at the helm.

The club have welcomed the signings of Nathan Hughes, Nathan Edgington, Nyasha Mwamaka, Gethin Jones, Max McLoughlin and Owain James over the past 16 months.

Meanwhile the Stephens brothers, Gethin and Rhys, have joined Abermule, along with the Hughes brothers, Andrew and Alun, who have joined Meifod while Aron James has returned to Newtown Wanderers.

Wilson said: "I am thoroughly looking forward to my first competitive game managing Llanfair.

"We have done a lot of hard work in pre-season but this is where the the real business starts and we would love a good run in the Welsh Cup."

Mid Wales interest is completed as Tywyn Bryncrug entertain Penparcau.

A Penparcau spokesman said: "We are concentrating on this cup more than last week's as its better to go further in so we rested a few last week and gave some youngsters a run out.

"We have a full squad for Saturday and are looking to bounce back as we don't think we deserved to lose to them last week after missing so many chances.

"We hope to get a win and a nice home draw in the next round."