LLANRHAEADR bid to complete one of the Welsh football's greatest shocks when Bangor City visit Tanllan in the fourth round of the JD Welsh Cup on Saturday (1.30pm).

The Spar Mid Wales League One side start as massive underdogs against the JD Welsh Premier side and eight time Welsh Cup winners.

However manager Marc Griffiths insisted the villagers would enjoy the occasion while refusing to rule out an upset having upset Cefn Druids in the last round.

Griffiths said: "We are all looking forward to what will be a special day for everyone associated with the club.

"No matter the result on the day we are all going to enjoy the experience of playing one of the welsh systems top clubs.

"Of course Bangor would beat us 99 times out of 100 but as was proved in the last round, with a bit of luck and a lot of effort anything is possible and we do have quality in our side that could punish Bangor if they have an off day."

The villagers go into the game with a full squad and hopeful of a bumper gate swelled by the Citizens' travelling support.

Meanwhile TNS get their campaign for more silverware underway having secured the first of potential clean sweep of honours with the Nathaniel MG Cup last week.

The Saints travel to Huws Gray Alliance leaders Caernarfon Town on Friday (7.45) with the hosts looking to cause an upset.

TNS beat the Canaries en route to the Nathaniel MG Cup final and will hope another triumph over the North Wales side represents the start of another successful cup run,

Manager Scott Ruscoe remained wary, saying: "It's going to be a tough game. They are a side on the up and looking to get into the top flight next season.

"They are well organised and will give it a real go so we will have to be on our guard."

Newtown hit the road for Huws Gray Alliance side Flint Town United with the Robins currently in fine form following a strong end to first phase of the J D Welsh Premier season.

The Robins have strengthened with the arrival of defender Callum Roberts on loan from Shrewsbury Town and the return of midfielder Alex Fletcher following spells at Southport and Stafford Rangers.

Defender Jolyon Harries returns to contention from suspension while fellow defender Jamie Price is also closing on a return to fitness.