Institute have been handed a North West derby in the Irish Cup next month.
The Waterside men face Limavady side Newtowne in the fourth round and the tie takes place at Drumahoe, on Saturday, December 5 (KO 3pm).
Kevin Deery’s old side Trojans have been handed a tough draw away to Loughgall, while Oxford United Stars will fancy their chances when they travel to Ards Rangers.
Roesiders Limavady United have a difficult encounter at Inver Park when they face Larne.
The full draw is as follows and extra-time and penalties will be used if necessary: Abbey Villa v Rathfriland Rangers; Annagh United v Dollingstown; Ards v Donegal Celtic; Armagh City v Lisburn Rangers; Ballyclare Comrades v Crumlin Star; Banbridge Town v Crumlin United; Coagh United v Bangor; Dergview v Sport & Leisure Swifts; Dundela v Immaculata; H&W Welders v Wellington Rec; Lisburn Distillery v Knockbreda; Lurgan Celtic v Ardglass; Newington v PSNI; Portstewart v Moyola Park; Queen’s University v Tobermore United and Wakehurst v Glebe Rangers.