The draws have been made for the quarter-finals of the Irish Senior and National Cups.
Two-times winners The Hills will be pleased with a home draw to Instonians, who have been one of the form sides in the NCU this season.
2019 winners Pembroke take on Balbriggan in an all-Leinster clash, with the latter hoping to get their hands on the Bob Kerr trophy for the first time.
Six-times champions Waringstown are also home and they will face Merrion or YMCA, who will replay their abandoned tie this Sunday at Anglesea Road after the original tie was called off after 7 overs at Claremont Road due to a dangerous pitch.
2009 winners Leinster take on Phoenix - who won the trophy in 1986 - in the second all-Leinster clash.
In the National Cup, three times winners Rish are on the road to Donegal to play St Johnston, who were the first side from the North West to win the Irish Cup back in 1987.
Inaugural winners in 2012 Muckamore have home advantage over two-times finalists Terenure, while Cliftonville Academy entertain Killyclooney.
2014 finalists Derriaghy are home to 2018 runners-up Limerick at Queensway.
All the last eight ties will take place on Sunday June 18th.
Irish Senior Cup – Quarter Final Draw
The Hills v Instonians
Pembroke v Balbriggan
Waringstown v Merrion/YMCA*
Leinster v Phoenix
* The match between Merrion and YMCA will be played on the Reserve Day, 11 June.
Irish National Cup – Quarter Final Draw.
St Johnston v Rush
Muckamore v Terenure
Cliftonville Academy v Killyclooney
Derriaghy v Limerick