Saints, Clonmel Town, Clonmel Celtic, Galbally United, Nenagh Celtic and Carrick United still in cup contention.
Four South Tipperary clubs, one from North Tipp and Carrick United from the Waterford league remain in contention for the FAI Junior Cup.
The draw has been made for the last 32 and despite some difficult assignments, all six will fancy their chances of progressing further.
Carrick United are still one round behind and play Mayo outfit Straide & Foxford in Round 5 with the winners travelling to Ayrfield United in Round Six.
Clonmel Town look to have one of the most difficult assignments as they travel to Dublin to take on Tolka Rovers.
St. Michael's are also on the road, heading to Galway to take on Ballinasloe Town.
Clonmel Celtic will be happy to have a home tie against Newmarket Celtic.
And while Galbally will be pleased with a home draw, they welcome one of the strongest teams left in the competition, Usher Celtic from Dublin.
Nenagh Celtic also have a home tie agaiinst Mervue United.
The ties will be played on the week ending January 14.
The full draw is -
Ballymun United or Carrig Celtic v North End United
Grattan United v Coonagh United
Dungarvan FC or Booth Road Celtic v Greencastle FC
Clonmel Celtic v Newmarket Celtic
Ballinasloe Town v St Michael's FC
Nenagh Celtic v Mervue United
Railway Union or Ferrybank FC v Rathmullan FC or Innisvilla FC
Pike Rovers v Regional United
Evergreen FC or Kilnamanagh v Castlefin Celtic
Galbally FC v Usher Celtic
Shannon Town v Oliver Bond Celtic
Cappry Rovers v Moyne Rangers
Tolka Rovers v Clonmel Town
Willow Park FC v Killarney Celtic
Knocknaheeny Celtic v Newfoundwell FC
Ayrfield United v Carrick United or Straide & Foxford