Welsh League Division 1 side Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC have been handed a trip to JD Welsh Premier League leaders Barry Town United in the Quarter-Finals of this season's JD Welsh Cup.
The Rhondda side have already knocked Barry out of this season's Nathaniel MG Cup, beating them on penalties after a goalless draw at the M&P Group 3G back in the First Round of that competition, and will be hoping for a repeat of that outcome when they visit Jenner Park.
Defending champions Connah's Quay Nomads will travel west to face Caernarfon Town. Andy Morrison's Nomads defeated Carmarthen Town 3-1 in the previous round, while the Cofis beat neighbours Bangor City 2-1 in a hotly contested derby match on Saturday evening.
2017 cup winners Bala Town will host Cardiff Met at Maes Tegid. Met already have one piece of silverware in the cabinet this season, having won last week's Nathaniel MG Cup Final against Cambrian. Both sides have won one of heir two league meetings so far this season.
Finally Llandudno will host The New Saints at the Giant Hospitality Stadium. Iwan Williams' side overcame Llangefni Town 3-1 in Round 4, while Saints were 5-2 winners over Airbus UK Broughton.
Ties will be played on the weekend of 2/3 March.