Holders Waringstown have been handed a home draw against Dublin kingpins YMCA in the draw for the last 16 of the Irish Senior Cup.
The five-times winners are going for a record sixth win in the competition which is now in its 37th year.
Two times winners Merrion may well feel their name is on the Bob Kerr trophy after they edged past Donemana in a last ball thriller, and they have been handed a home draw against CIYMS, who knocked out North County - also five times winners - in the first round.
2009 winners Leinster have been handed another away tie, this time at Carrickfergus.
Instonians, who reached their only final back in 2011, are hone to 1986 winners Phoenix, while three times champions North Down have home advantage over last year's semi-finalists Pembroke at Comber.
Strabane, the only remaining NW team take on Muckamore, while arguably the tie of the round is the North Dublin derby between Clontarf and The Hills, which is a repeat of the 2014 final, won by the Milverton side by just nine runs.
The games are scheduled to take place on Sunday June 17th, with the reserve date one week later.
Irish Senior Cup Draw: