York and Pudsey St Lawrence were drawn together in the first round of the Black Sheep Yorkshire Champions Trophy - minutes after they were declared joint winners of the 2017 competition.
The organising panel have decided that original plans to try an re-stage last year's final that was rained off in September at Masham are not viable.
Now the sides that have reached the last two finals will meet at Tofts Road in a tie to be played on or before June 17.
The remaining first round tie sees Aire-Wharfe League title winners Beckwithshaw host the Huddersfield League champions Hoylandswaine.
Hanging Heaton have been handed a bye along with Wakefield Thornes, the side they defeated in the Yorkshire Premier League Play-Off final at Headingley.
The semi-final line-up will see the winners of the Pudsey St Lawrence against York tie host the Yorkshire League South champions Wakefield Thornes while Hanging Heaton wil be away to Beckwithshaw or Hoylandswaine.