Whitchurch and Droitwich, the two surviving North Midlands clubs in the RFU Intermediate Cup, have been kept apart in the fourth round draw.
Droitwich, who won the Midlands Senior Vase and reached the final of the RFU Senior Vase last season, will have home advantage against Crewe & Nantwich on November 18.
But Whitchurch, who beat Nottingham Casuals in the third round, face a trip to Leicestershire to face Coalville.
In the RFU Senior Vase Woodrush have progressed to the fourth round without winning a match. They had a bye in the first round, were beaten by Shrewsbury in the second round but were re-instated after their hosts played an ineligible player and then had a walkover in the third round after Ashby withdrew from the competition.
Woodrush now face a trip to Long Eaton in the fourth round on November 18 while Ledbury, the other North Midlands survivors, host Northampton Casuals.
There are also two North Midlands survivors in the RFU Junior Vase where Yardley & District will host North Hykeham from Lincoln on November 18 while Church Stretton travel to Warwickshire to face Harbury.
The fifth round will be played on January 20.