A look at what has been happening down the leagues with hundreds for Andy Lucas, Chris Dixon and Dylan Lynch the highlights.

Sion Mills made it two wins out of two as they surprised champions Bready in League One. Andy Lucas was Captain Fantastic as he took three wickets then followed it up with 140 from 93 balls (9 fours, 10 sixes) as they chased 223 to win by four wickets in the 38th over.

Bobby Brolly and Ciaran Curley were in the mix again for Ardmore in their win at The Nedd. Brolly top-scored with 38 in their 161 for 8, and picked up two wickets as The Nedd were all out for 84 - four wickets for Curley and three for Suresh.

Bablu Shaikh (95) just missed out on a century as Letterkenny beat Fox Lodge by 110 runs. Ramees Machingal made 65 as he and Bablu shared a second wicket stand of 136 as they posted 228 for 9. Johnny Heywood's unbeaten 52 was the pick of the Ballymagorry's 118 - four wickets for Manahil Saghir Ahmad.

Donemana beat Eglinton in a tight game as they chased 141 to win by six wickets. There were runs and wickets for Jamie and Sam Huey, while Jake McGerrigle was also in the runs for the Holm side.

In League Two North Fermanagh proved too strong for St Johnston at The Boathole. David Macbeth top scored for the Saints with 37 in their total of 118 - five wickets for Graeme Fitzpatrick. The modest target was passed for only two wickets down with Rawal Waseem hitting 8 fours and 2 sixes in his unbeaten 52 from 48 balls, sharing an unbroken third wicket stand of 77 with David Mills (33*).

Dylan Lynch is the CricketEurope Player of the Week as he carried his bat for a brilliant unbeaten 160 for Glendermott against Newbuildings. 'Quackers' thumped 22 fours and 6 sixes in his 104 ball knock as the hosts made 246 - Garth Watson making 40. Adam Mitchell (4-34) the best of the Newbuildings attack. Pushpender Singh's brutal assault though was the catalyst for a one-wicket in as he hit 8 sixes and 7 fours in his 81 from 35 balls! The last wicket pair of David Guy and Lewis Campbell sealing the win with three balls left.

Cody Mehaffey was to the fore as Killyclooney beat Ballyspallen by 8 wickets at Bridge Park. He took three wickets then scored an unbeaten 66 as he and James Dougherty (44) shared a second wicket stand of 116. Kyle Morrow (55) was the top scorer for 'Spallen.

Chris Dixon scored an undefeated 106 (9 fours, 8 sixes) as Brigade beat Maghera by 8 wickets at Beechgrove. Three wickets apiece for Abdul Qayyum and Mujeeb Rahman had restricted the Mid-Ulster side to 151.

IN League Three, Adam Warnock's 37 was pivotal as Bready beat Coleraine by five wickets chasing 125. Patrick Carson made 47 for the Bannsiders and Robert Millar also took three wickets in a losing cause, while Brook Crumley and Nathan McCombe each took two wickets for the Magheramason side.

Narendra Singh took three wickets as Letterkenny edged out Strabane in a low scoring encounter. Raghav Chhibber and Andrew Mullen each took three wickets for the Red Caps as the Donegal side chased 93 with eight wickets down.

There was an emotional game at Burndennett where 6 McGettigans played including 'Shaker' who was making a final appearance for the club. They scored 120 but wickets and runs for Richard Thompson and Ben Haslett sealed the win, despite two wickets apiece for Colin and John McGettigan.

In League Four, Paul Britton (84) and Jake McGerrigle (83) were in the runs as Donemana made 255 for 8 versus Killyclooney. Three wickets each then for Roy McGerrigle, Olly Britton and Jamie Boyd clinched the 119-run victory.

Newbuildings defeated Coleraine with  David Guy (50*) and Andy Lynch (59*) sharing a 114 unbeaten stand with Rodney Pearson taking 5-9 and Lewis Campbell taking 4-11 in the 170-run win.

George Brolly (68), Steven Barrow (46*), and George Dalton (31) helped Ardmore to 229 for 5 at home to Newbuildings. That was 64 too many, despite runs for Anthony George (42) and Jack Guy (38) - four wickets for David Bradley, plus two each for Leon Campbell and Rhys Johnston.

Half centuries for James Smallwoods and Mo Hussain powered Brigade to a nine-wicket win at Enniskillen chasing 148, while the final game of the weekend saw Erne and Fox Lodge tie as they made 190 apiece. Mark Mooney making a superb 115 for the Ballymagorry side.

Pics courtesy of Brigade, Newbuildings and Ardmore.