All the big guns avoided each other but there are still some tasty ties to keep an eye on.
If you're looking a quick game take yourself down to TJ's & look no further than the 1st 2 out of the hat.
Pat Byrne v Darren Devlin is a referees dream. You won't need you're stopwatch for this shoot-out.
Arguably the tie of the round is Stephen Taggart v Seamus McGeoghegan. Former Corrinshego team-mates are both very tactically astute & both superb potters. The referee for this one might just earn their corn in Bellinis.
Also in Bellinis James O'Hagan v Gerard McGuigan. This should be a straight forward shoot-out with both having very good seasons.
Singles title holder Kieran McMahon v Gavin Malone will take place in CWC and it's hard to see anything other than a win for McMahon.
Last seasons runner-up Harvey Lavelle will play Mervyn Kernaghan. Kernaghan had one of his best seasons this year but its hard not to see a Lavelle win here.
Cathal Phelan v Billy O'Neill could be a good game. Phelan is a former individuals winner & O'Neill can take out a finish as good as the best. Phelan should squeeze through here though.
Amanda Pentony has been the surprise package in the singles & Eugene McDermott will be a step up in class for her.
Kenneth Gilbraith had a good win last time out and will be confident of seeing off Kieran Loughran.
Ciaron Hanna v Stevie Noades is youth v experience. It's hard to see past experience & a Noades win.
Micky Cunningham v Diamurd Fee is a close one to call. Fee had a good win last time and won't fear Cunningham. But the knowledge Cunningham has should swing it his way.
Jack Courtney, Phillip Murphy, Jason Lennon, Barry Murphy, Paul Taylor & Raymie McKenna should come through unscathed.