PONTYPOOL will have home advantage when the face Bridgend in the quarter-finals of the WRU National Cup.

Championship leaders Pooler earned a place in the last eight by beating Cross Keys 12-9 in horrendous conditions at Pandy Park last weekend.

They will now face the Ravens – who they could take on in a promotion/relegation play-off at the end of the season – on the weekend of March 22.

Leighton Jones' men will be looking to add to the Premiership scalps of Llanelli, Cardiff, Carmarthen Quins and Keys.

It is a second successive trip to Gwent for Bridgend, who beat Newbridge 21-0 at the Welfare Ground in round two.

Bedwas, who avoided a cup upset at Cardiff Met, have been handed a tricky trip to Premiership title hopefuls Cardiff.

Holders Merthyr entertain Pontypridd and Llandovery host Swansea.