Barely a few weeks after their derby defeat to London Scottish, Richmond have been handed the chance for a quick revenge.
They have drawn their co-tenants at the Richmond Athletic Ground in the second round of the EDF Energy National Trophy.
And last month's 21-12 defeat to Scottish will still be at the forefront of the Richmond players' minds when they clash again on November 22.
Richmond made it through after beating Sutton & Epsom 47-20 in the first round on Saturday, with fly-half Matt Hart contributing 21 points through a try, four conversions and three penalties.
Other tries came through Martin Bolton, Tom Nuttall, Alan Edington, Michael Kedgleley and a penalty try.
London Scottish fly-half Scott Hadden also bagged 21 points as they won 36-22 at St Mary's Old Boys, but his tally included a hat-trick of tries.
Matt Johnson, Callum Grant and Rory Brabant also claimed tries, while Hadden completed his haul with three conversions.
But Rosslyn Park crashed out with a 20-10 defeat at Henley Hawks, who they had beaten in a league game just seven days before.
Park threw the game away after going 10-0 up through a Roy Turner try, plus a penalty and a conversion on his debut from fly-half Rhys Gosling.
Meanwhile, an RFU panel will meet on Monday to discuss James Strong's sending off in the first encounter with Henley after Park appealed.
Another team to exit the Cup were Staines, who were hammered 45-8 by a team two leagues above them in the shape of Canterbury.
An Andy Turner try and a penalty was all they had to show for their efforts.