The draw for the quarter-finals of the Fleming-Agri Faughan Valley and Eric Cooke Cups took place at Bready and produced some appetising ties for the knock-out stages.
In the Faughan Valley there will be no repeat of the last two finals, which featured Coleraine and Donemana, as the pair have been drawn together at the last eight stage this time with the game to be played at the Holm.
Elsewhere Ardmore will host in-form Eglinton while the competitions surprise package, Newbuildings, will be at home to struggling Bready.
St Johnston and Strabane, two other sides in the mix at the bottom of the Premier Division will cross swords at the Boathole.
In the Eric Cooke Cup, red-hot favourites Brigade will entertain Creevedonnell, while the Championship’s top and bottom sides meet as Drummond host Burndennett. Third-place Glendermott will travel to Killyclooney and Fox Lodge entertain Bonds Glen.
Dates for the knock-out ties are still to be confirmed but organisers are hopeful of starting the Eric Cooke quarter-finals in the run-up to the Danske Bank final.