The National Clubs Association have announced the groupings for their cup competition which is set to begin February 2021.
All 44 teams taking part in the tournament have learned their groups as NCA clubs aim to make a return to action in 2021.
The groups have been allocated based on geographical regions to reduce travel times for clubs due to the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
All teams within a group will play each other twice in a home-and-away format before separating into a knock-out competition with the other regional groups.
One of the standout groups includes National One sides Rosslyn Park, Rams RFC and Chinnor who will all be going head-to-head.
A full list of the groups are below:
Group 1: Blaydon, Darlington Mowden Park, Tynedale, Wharfedale, Harrogate
Group 2: Barnes, Chinnor, Esher, Henley Hawks, Rams RFC, Rosslyn Park
Group 3: Birmingham Moseley, Leicester Lions, Stourbridge, Luctonians, Cinderford, Hinckley, Loughborough Students.
Group 4: Blackheath, Canterbury, Old Elthamians, Tonbridge Juddians, Worthing Raiders
Group 5: Sale FC, Caldy, Chester, Fylde, Sedgley Park
Group 6: Bishop’s Stortford, Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge, Old Albanian, Westcliff
Group 7: Leeds Tykes, Huddersfield, Sheffield Tigers, Hull, Hull Ionians
Group 8: Plymouth Albion, Barnstaple, Redruth, Clifton, Dings Crusaders, Taunton
As revealed last week, the start of the tournament will be delayed until at least February in order to allow everyone to stat on an equal footing.
More information regarding the competition, the groups and fixtures will be released in due course.