Waringstown have been handed a home draw against Pembroke in the quarter-final of the Irish Senior Cup.
It's a repeat of last year's semi-final, won by the holders by six wickets thanks primarily to a brilliant 84 from Lee Nelson.
CSNI, the other NCU team remaining have also been given a home draw, against 2013 champions Clontarf.
Strabane, the only NW side left in the competition are home to Phoenix, while two-times winners Merrion entertain 2009 winners Leinster in an all-Dublin encounter.
The draw has also been made for the National Cup, with two times winners Rush at home to Drummond in a repeat of the 2015 final in the tie of the round.
St Johnston have home advantage against Ballyspallen in an all North West affair at The Boathole, while in the other two games County Kerry host County Galway and Knockharley face Limerick.
The ties are scheduled for Sunday July 15th, with a reserve date the following week.
IRISH SENIOR CUP QUARTER-FINAL DRAW
- WARINGSTOWN VS PEMBROKE
- STRABANE VS PHOENIX
- CSNI VS CLONTARF
- MERRION VS LEINSTER
NATIONAL CUP QUARTER-FINAL DRAW
- KNOCKHARLEY VS LIMERICK
- ST JOHNSTON VS BALLYSPALLEN
- RUSH VS DRUMMOND (a)
- CO KERRY VS CO GALWAY