Solihull have expressed quiet contentment with the Powergen Vase draw which has paired them with North Bristol in the semi-finals.
The Sharmans Cross Road side went through to the last four on Saturday after a resounding 44-7 thrashing of rivals Worcester Wanderers and now it only the Almondsbury outfit stand between them and a first appearance at Twickenham.
Soilihull have been drawn away but the tie, which is due to be played on March 5, is evenly balanced with both sides top of their respective leagues.
Both teams are currently playing at level eight of the rugby pyramid, with North Bristol leading the Gloucester Premier division and Solihull at the summit of Midlands Four West (South).
"We are quite pleased with the draw," said secretary Phil Watson. "We are in fantastic heart after Saturday's win and everybody at the club cannot wait to get into the game."
Watson, who scored three of Solihull's seven tries in the defeat of Worcester, said that they would try to get the match moved to Sunday March 6 so that both sides could attract better support.
The club's professional arm, Pertemps Bees, are playing Bedford Blues on the same day in the Powergen Shield and Solihull feel they would be better supported if their match was put back.
Meanwhile at the other end of the pyramid, clubs in England's Zurich Premiership are to be given £250,000 each to help increase the size of their squads to 40 in an attempt to address player "burn-out".
While the league has been a commercial and competitive success, it may not have been so beneficial for the national side with England losing their last three matches.
The entire squad will return to top-flight action this weekend, with Charlie Hodgson and Mark Cueto back on league duty with Sale as early as Friday night whereas the Ireland and Wales squads will have the weekend off. n Worcester are fighting to hold on to Tim Collier after it was revealed the second-row has received offers from other top-flight clubs.
London Irish and Wasps are thought to be tracking the former London Welsh man, who has impressed critics with his robust performances in the Sixways forwards this season.
He is also understood to have attracted attention from Biarritz and Harlequins.