Camp Hill and Stourbridge Lions, the two surviving North Midlands clubs in this season’s RFU Intermediate Cup, have been kept apart in the third round draw.
Camp Hill will have home advantage against Spartans from Warwickshire on November 12 and Stourbridge Lions will host Silhillians.
Both Camp Hill and Stourbridge Lions had walkovers in the second round after Malvern and Barkers’ Butts conceded their scheduled ties.
There are two all-North Midlands ties in the third round of the RFU Senior Vase on November 12 with Droitwich entertaining Ludlow and Edwardians hosting Evesham.
Droitwich also had a walkover against Clee Hill in the second round. Ludlow beat Woodrush in another all-North Midlands tie.
One North Midlands club is also guaranteed a place in the fourth round of the RFU Junior Vase as Greyhound have been drawn at home to Herefordshire rivals Bromyard in the third round on November 12.
Chaddesley Corbett, the other surviving North Midlands club, face a trip to Stafford to play St Leonards.
The Midlands winner of each of the three RFU competitions will progress to the national semi-finals.