Friday night is still rugby night in Edinburgh as Currie host Heriot's in a capital classic Edinburgh Regional Final tonight at Malleny Park (kick-off 7.30pm)!
Scotland stand-off Duncan Weir and prop Euan Murray_ made the draw for the eight teams who will progress into the national stages of the RBS Cup.
The four British and Irish Cup teams will all travel for their quarter-finals, which are to be played by Saturday 2 March and will take on the winners of the four RBS Regional Cup tournaments.
So far, two regional Cup winners have been decided; these are Selkirk from the Borders and Aberdeen Grammar from Caledonia.
The winner of the capital clash will face Dundee on home soil, with the west winner decided by the clash between Glasgow Hawks and Ayr on Saturday 9 February (12 noon) at Old Anniesland.Therefore the draw is as follows
Selkirk v Melrose at Philphaugh
Currie or Heriot's v Dundee in the capital
Aberdeen Grammar v Gala at Rubislaw
Glasgow Hawks or Ayr v Stirling County at either Old Anniesland or Millbrae
Scottish Rugby's head of Clubs and Schools, Nick Rennie, said: " Congratulations to the teams who have won their regional cup already or have made it to their respective regional final. We welcome back the 4 B&I cup clubs into a the draw and I am looking forward to some very exciting matches as we move into the business end of the Cup."