ALL eyes will be on Holyhead after the JD Welsh Cup second qualifying round draw conjured up a mouth-watering derby clash in the town.

Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One title contenders Holyhead Hotspur will welcome Holyhead Town for a tie that is expected to draw a large crowd from the region to The New Stadium.

The Harbourmen will be aiming to cause an upset against their third-tier rivals and come into the game in good form thanks in no small part to the rejuvenated strike partnership of Asa Thomas and Gary Jo Owen.

Darren Garmey’s men have also begun their title challenge in impressive fashion, with the likes of Chris Jones, Kenleigh Owen and Dean Garmey all performing well during the initial stages of the campaign.

Aberffraw have been handed a home tie against newly promoted Glan Conwy, and Nefyn United go in search of another higher league scalp when they make the trip to Mynydd Llandegai.

Newly formed Bangor 1876 face a stern test of their rising credentials when they welcome Penrhyndeudraeth to their Treborth base, and there will be plenty of bragging rights up for grabs when Nantlle Vale host Bodedern Athletic.

Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs and Llanberis are both on the road against Mochdre Sports and St Asaph City respectively, and Llanrug United face a potential banana skin at home to Llanfairfechan Town.

JD Welsh Cup second qualifying round draw: Aberffraw v Glan Conwy, Llannefydd v Llanrwst United, Mynydd Llandegai v Nefyn United, Bangor 1876 v CPD Penrhyndeudraeth, Nantlle Vale v Bodedern Athletic, Holyhead Hotspur v Holyhead Town, Mochdre Sports v Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs, St Asaph City v CPD Llanberis, Llanrug United v Llanfairfechan Town, Prestatyn Sports v Llandudno Albion.