Bridgnorth and Stourbridge Lions, the two surviving North Midlands clubs in the RFU Intermediate Cup, have been kept apart in the fourth round draw.
Bridgnorth, who were beaten by Leek in last season’s Midlands final, will be at home to Wellingborough on January 3 following their win at Matlock in the third round.
Stourbridge Lions will travel to Northampton Old Scouts having enjoyed a walkover against Market Bosworth in the last round.
In the RFU Senior Vase Upton upon Severn will travel to Rugby St Andrews in the fourth round on January 3.
Woodrush have the incentive of a home tie against Burntwood if they can win their delayed home third round match against Aylestone St James which will be played on January 3.
Cleobury Mortimer face a trip to Belper in the fourth round of the RFU Junior Vase and there is the prospect of an all-North Midlands tie.
Evesham will host Bedford Swifts in a delayed third round tie on January 3 with the winners facing Yardley & District.