Wendron United will face Porthleven in the quarter-finals of the Cornwall Senior Cup next month.

The local derby will be played at Wendron’s Underlane ground on Saturday, February 2, with a place in the last four at stake.

Porthleven won both games against Wendron last season with an 9-1 aggregate score, but had to rely on a late Tornado Bello strike to rescue a point when the teams met at Underlane on Boxing Day.

Both teams are enjoying cup success this season, with the two sides in Charity Cup quarter-final action the following weekend.

Porthleven manager Alan Carey said: “I think it’s probably one of the best draws we could have had. You’d like to get someone from your own league and you’ve got a chance there. I’m not going to treat that lightly, we went there on Boxing Day and they played us off the park.

“It’s going to be a tough game, there’s no doubt about that, but you’ve got a chance of the semi-final and if we can get into the semi-finals of the Senior Cup then it’s anybody’s game.”

Wendron boss Jack Greenwood said: “We were quite pleased with it really. It would have been lovely to have one of the big boys, not that Porthleven aren’t, but it would have been nice to have had Falmouth or Saltash or Bodmin.

“If we play like we did on Boxing Day then there’s every chance. It’s quite an exciting draw, but I know they’ll be looking at it exactly the same, they’ll see it as a real chance to progress. We haven’t beaten them since I’ve been manager so it’s about time we did, and that would be a great time to do it.”

Elsewhere, Falmouth Town will welcome fellow SWPL Premier club Launceston to Bickland Park in the quarter-finals.

Holders Saltash United travel to 2017 winners Bodmin Town in another all-Premier tie, while Wadebridge Town host 14-time winners St Austell.