LLANDUDNO Athletic have been handed a huge test in the JD Welsh Cup first qualifying round.

The Vale of Clwyd and Conwy League Premier Division side will make the high-profile trip to Treborth to take on newly formed Bangor 1876, who have set the North Wales football scene alight this summer with a host of big name signings after large sections of their fan base formed a new club following their disillusionment regarding the way Bangor City is being run under VSM Sports.

Llandudno Junction will be looking for huge turnaround in fortunes this term following back-to-back relegations, and their cup quest begins on the round at a dangerous Aberffraw outfit.

Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division Two champions Glan Conwy will be on home soil against Pentraeth, and there will be plenty of bragging rights at stake when Mochdre Sports host Penmaenmawr Phoenix.

Llandudno Amateurs enjoyed a sensational run in the competition last season and will be hoping for another good showing at Nefyn United, with the club now occupying a position in the fourth tier following an incredible campaign under Sandy Malone.

JD Welsh Cup qualifying round one north draw: Amlwch Town v Holyhead Town, Bangor 1876 v Llandudno Athletic, Brickfield Rangers v New Brighton Villa, Bro Goronwy v Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs, Castell Alun Colts v Llangollen Town, Cefn Mawr Rangers v CPD Sychdyn, Coedpoeth United v Rhostyllen, CPD Aberffraw v Llandudno Junction, CPD Llannefydd v Gwalchmai, Glan Conwy v Pentraeth, Llandyrnog United v Lex XI, Llanfairfechan Town v Kinmel Bay, Llanrwst United v Gaerwen, Mochdre Sports v Penmaenmawr Phoenix, Mynydd Isa v Llanuwchllyn, Mynydd Llandegai v Menai Bridge Tigers, Nefyn United v Llandudno Amateurs, Penycae v Caerwys, Rhosllanerchrugog v Plas Madoc.