Cookstown 2 (Tim Smyth, David Best) Cork Harlequins 2 (Colin Ross, Eddie Dore)
Cookstown picked up their third successive draw in Pool A but will be disappointed to have dropped points against already eliminated Cork Harlequins who went into the game shy John and Dan Hobbs and Mark Black.
Pembroke 5 (Alan Sothern 3, Tim Lewis, Justin Sherriff) Glenanne 4 (Stephen Butler 3)
Pembroke maintained their second place in the group and - combined with Annadale's 2-1 win over Inst - set up what could be a mouth-watering all-or-nothing tie with Dale in round five of the group games at Serpentine Avenue.
Three Rock Rovers 4 (Peter Blakeney, Lucas Piccioli, Michael Maguire, Mitch Darling) Banbridge 1 (Simon Magowan)
Three Rock produced a far from vintage performance but still came away with a bonus point, once again leaving it late before scoring twice in the closing minutes to pick up all four points on offer.
Simon Magowan rounded off Eugene Magee's pass to pull one back and had two gilt-edged chances blocked by Charlie Henderson to level within a minute. Rovers were under all sorts of pressure but moved 3-1 ahead from their only corner of the second half as Mikey Maguire slid in to redirect into the backboard.
It left nine minutes for either side to snatch a bonus point. Mitch Darling duffed two efforts before finally finding the net with 100 seconds to go to raise hopes of advancing. They now sit in second place with Cork C of I to play at Grange Road in round five. A draw may be enough as Bann would then need to win by four goals against Monkstown.
Cork C of I 3 (John Jermyn, Jonny Bruton, David Hobbs) Lisnagarvey 2 (Peter MacDonnell, Timmy Cockram)
Other results in the group rendered this game slightly academic but Monkstown picked up their first win of the IHL, putting one over a side they are currently keeping out of an automatic qualification place for next year's competition.
* To see Adrian Boehm's pictures from Three Rock Rovers vs Banbridge, click here and for Pembroke vs Glenanne, click here. Deryck Vincent's pictures of Monkstown vs Fingal are here.