Launceston teams were well looked after in the quarter-final draw for all three statewide cup competitions.
The North's sole representatives in the senior men's and women's cups were both drawn at home while all three teams left in the under-20 competition avoided having to travel.
Launceston City's reward for Saturday's 5-3 win at Somerset was a plum home tie against traditional big guns Olympia.
The six remaining NPL Tasmania sides drew each other meaning either Taroona or University will represent the regional leagues in the semi-finals.
Fresh from an 8-1 demolition of Glenorchy, Launceston United were handed another home tie, against Southern Championship outfit New Town Eagles, in the women's cup.
United will be able to stage a home double-header with their under-20 side also drawn at home, against Ulverstone.
And there will be an under-20 derby at Prospect the same day with City hosting Riverside Olympic after both teams produced impressive wins on the road in the previous round.
All ties are to be played on the weekend of May 1.
- Kingborough v Glenorchy
- South Hobart v Devonport
- Launceston City v Olympia
- Taroona v University
- Launceston United v Newtown Eagles
- South Hobart v Olympia
- Clarence v Taroona
- KIngborough v Devonport
- Launceston United v Ulverstone
- Clarence Zebras v Olympia Warriors
- Launceston City v Riverside Olympic
- South Hobart v Glenorchy Knights