Camp Hill and Kidderminster Carolians, the two surviving North Midlands clubs in the RFU Intermediate Cup, have been kept apart in the third round of the Midlands section of the competition.
Camp Hill will face long Eaton at Haslucks Green Road on November 10 while Kidderminster, who had a walkover in the second round following Tamworth’s withdrawal, will play Crewe & Nantwich at Marlpool Lane.
In the RFU Senior Vase third round, Shrewsbury will travel to Derbyshire to play Buxton who beat Woodrush in the second round.
Old Saltleians have also been drawn away in the third round on November 10 with a trip to Warwickshire to play Shipston on Stour.
The two North Midlands survivors in the RFU Junior Vase will also face away trips in the third round on November 10.
Clee Hill have been drawn away to Burbage from Leicestershire and Tenbury will go to Coventry to face Old Wheatleyans.