Where to start? All four ties are simply mouthwatering in the ISC quarterfinals. Pembroke will be pleased with home advantage but will play fellow table-toppers Cookstown. Again, home advantage for Harlequins could prove decisive as they face a resurgent Lisnagarvey side. The all-Leinster affair between TRR and Monkstown is usually a lively affair.
MENS IRISH SENIOR CUP – QUARTER-FINAL (ties to be played on Saturday March 15th 2008)
Cork Harlequins v Lisnagarvey; Pembroke Wanderers v Cookstown; Instonians v Annadale; Three Rock v Monkstown.
MENS IRISH JUNIOR CUP – THIRD ROUND (ties to be played Saturday 26th January 2008)
Banbridge II v Campbellians; Three Rock II v Instonians II; Galway v Railway Union II; Cookstown II v Glenanne II; Annadale II v Clontarf II; Monkstown II v North Down II; Pembroke Wanderers II v Cork Church of Ireland II; Belfast Harlequins II v Armagh.
ESB WOMENS IRISH JUNIOR CUP – THIRD ROUND (ties to be played Saturday 26th January 2008)Loreto II v Hermes II; Belfast Harlequins II v Waterford; Glenanne v Our Ladys; Galway v Wexford; Pembroke Wanderers II v Armagh II; Randalstown II v Clontarf; Suttonians v Pegasus II; Railway Union II v Bray.