THE region’s remaining representatives continue their JD Welsh Cup adventures this weekend.

Llanfair United only booked their second round place last week after beating Mynydd Isa Spartans at home following two postponed fixtures.

United travel to JD Cymru North rivals Llandudno with manager Rhys Stephens backing his side to enjoy a cup run this season.

“It will be a tough game but we’ve produced a fair few upsets over the past few years and we’ll be looking to go on and have a decent cup run this season hopefully,” said Stephens.

Llanidloes Town also hit the road with the MMP-NL Mid Wales League One leaders travelling to South Wales League Two side Abertillery Bluebirds.

The Daffodils make the trip in high spirits and eager to maintain their cup adventure.

Club spokesman Rob Hughes said: “Everyone is very much looking forward to the tie and we will take a large bus of supporters who will no doubt be in fine voice.

“The management and players are expecting a good old fashioned, tough Welsh Cup tie where they all know that anything less than their best will not be good enough.”

The Mid Wales League’s only other representatives are also on the road with Llandrindod Wells making the trip to JD Cymru South side Pontypridd Town.

Manager Gareth Jones said: “The side are looking forward to the challenge of testing themselves again against JD Cymru South opposition.

“From a personal point of view it’s the third time as manager that I’ve reached the second round proper having previously done so in 2012 and 2014 seasons.

“As a Club we want to be playing against high level opposition every week.

“The players have shown that they are capable of competing after the win against Llantwit in the previous round so we are not going there just for the bus trip.”

Jones backed his players to make the next step with a place in the third round up for grabs.

“I’m expecting us to compete and go there with every chance of securing a place in the next round. “

The Spamen are boosted by the return of Jack Evans but remain without Samed De Groot through injury.

Meanwhile Penrhyncoch also travel south with Gari Lewis’ men facing a stern challenge at joint top JD Cymru South side Llanelli Town.

Penrhyn have enjoyed a solid start to the season and head to Stebonheath Park bidding to complete an upset.

Lewis said: "Llanelli will be a massive test for us and they have four or five players that are really good Cymru Premier level players so we need a solid game plan.

"Like anybody knows cup football can create upsets so we will battle for everything down there and see what we can do."

Guilsfield complete Mid Wales interest in the cup with the JD Cymru North side hoping to avoid an upset in Conwy against North Wales Alliance Two side Llannefydd.