The draw has been made for the third round of the FAI New Balance Intermediate Cup.
Bonagee United will be at home to Munster Senior League outfit Midleton, while Letterkenny Rovers have been given an away draw to Leinster Senior League side Pegasus St James Gate.
2016 finalists Letterkenny had a big 5-0 win over USL kingpins Cockhill Celtic in the last round.
Jonny Bonner (2), Kevin McGrath, BJ Banda and Paul McVeigh netted the goals as Eamon McConigley’s men swept to victory over their USL foes.
Rovers were beaten in a semi-final replay by Firhouse Clover last season.
Bonagee, under the charge of Jason Gibson this season, overcame Swilly 8-1 in their last round with Garbhan Grant (4), Darren McFadden (3) and Ryan Rainey scoring.
FAI New Blance Intermediate Cup, Round 3
Ballymun United v UCC
Dunboyne v St Mochta’s
Bonagee United v Midleton
Malahide United v Cherry Orchard
Ringmahon Rangers v Newtown Rangers
Crumlin United v Ballinhassig
Rockmount FC v Wilton United
Cobh Wanderers v Willow Park
Tolka Rovers v Lucan United
Maynooth University Town v Wayside Celtic
Glebe North v Bandon
Home Farm v Liffey Wanderers
Killester Donnycarney v Dublin Bus
Pegasus St James Gate v Letterkenny Rovers
Mayfield United v Fermoy/Avondale
Collinstown v Verona