Wednesday, 11 May:
Swansea 2-1 Wrexham
Wednesday, 13 April:
Bangor City 1-2 Wrexham
Wednesday, 9 March:
TNS 1-1 Swansea City (Swansea win 4-2 on penalties)
Tuesday 18 January:
Haverfordwest County 1-2 Wrexham
Tuesday 25 January:
Bangor City 1-0 Cardiff City
Wednesday 26 January
TNS 2-1 Rhyl
Caernarfon Town 0-5 Swansea City
Wednesday, 10 November
TNS 2-1 Aberystwyth Town
A 60th-minute strike from substitute Marc Lloyd-Williams saw TNS advance to the quarter-finals of the FAW Premier Cup.
Mike Wilde put TNS ahead at Treflan, only for Aberystwyth's Sean Meredith to equalise before the break.
Aberystwyth old-boy Lloyd-Williams came on five minutes after the break to send his former team crashing out of the Cup.
Caernarfon Town 1-0 Newport County
A 44th-minute goal from defender Mark Evans was enough to see Caernarfon beat Newport County at the Oval.
Rob Williams should have been given a sceond-half penalty when he was brought down by Newport keeper Andrew Delve, but it was instead the Caernarfon player who was booked.
Jason Bowen, Jon Coates and Darren Jones had chances to equalise for the visitors, but Caernarfon held on for a hard-fought win.
Tuesday, 9 November
Bangor City 3-0 Connah's Quay Nomads
Bangor City dominated from start to finish at Farrar Road and fully deserved their comfortable victory.
The game was virtually over as a contest on the half hour mark when the home side hit two goals in three minutes.
Owain Tudur Jones got the first, with Mark Connolly adding the second after rounding the Nomads goalkeeper.
Jones completed the scoring on 62 minutes with another close range effort.
Port Talbot Town 1-2 Haverfordwest County
Haverfordwest came from a goal behind to secure their passage into the quarter-finals.
Tim Hicks, who had equalised Wayne Savage's opener for Port Talbot, struck on 81 minutes to settle a tense and often niggly encounter.
Talbot had Robert Cockings sent off for a second yellow 15 minutes from time.
Connah's Quay Nomads 2-1 Merthyr Tydfil
Darren Williams' 59th-minute strike proved the difference as Connah's Quay knocked exile club Merthyr out of the Cup.
Gareth Owen had opened the scoring for the home side after 21 minutes, but the sides were back level at half-time thanks to Chris Holloway's penalty on the half-hour.
Newtown 0-4 Bangor City
Bangor City blitzed Newtown with three goals inside the first 25 minutes, Simon Davies ghosting in at the back post after just four minutes, with Owain Jones doubling the visitors' lead from a corner.
Paul Friel scored the pick of the night with a classy run and shot before the break, with Paul Roberts wrapping things up 11 minutes from time.
Caernarfon Town 1-0 Caersws
Former Wrexham right-back Martyn Chalk scored in first-half stoppage time to ensure Caernarfon's passage into the second round.
Caernarfon had Craig Hogg sent off in the 65th minute, but the home side held on to record their first win over Caersws in nine years.
Port Talbot Town 3-2 Cwmbran Town (after extra-time)
Carl Shaw struck in the first period of extra time to deny battling Cwmbran a great comeback victory.
The home side led 2-0 through Russell Wigley and Tony Wallace, but Kris Diamond and Kaid Mohammed hit back to leave the scores level after 90 minutes.
*The winners will be joined in the Second Round in November by Aberystwyth Town, Haverfordwest County, Newport County and TNS.
Cardiff City, Rhyl, Swansea City and Wrexham enter in the quarter-finals as the away sides.