Another look at performances beyond the senior world, including another century for Sam McClintock plus five wickets for Ryan Daniels and Robert Millar.

In League One, it was a miserable weekend for Letterkenny, who followed up their loss against Newbuildings with an eight-wickets reverse at Ardmore. Rammohan Goud made 30, but four wickets for Ciaran Curley, plus two apiece for Phil Patterson and Sean Gormley saw them skittled for 78. Kyle Martin's undefeated 27 ensured the easy win.

Sion Mills' excellent start to the season continued as they beat Donemana by six wickets at The Holm. Paul Britton's 30 was the highlight of the home side's disappointing 96, with three wickets apiece for TJ Boyd and Glenn McCallan. Rian McKelvey hit 5 sixes in his half century, while Simon Galloway chipped in with 30 as they chased their modest target down with ease.

Bready beat Fox Lodge by 8 wickets in the Tyrone derby. Gareth Doherty made 73 and Luke Hayes 40 as the Ballymagorry side made 201 - three wickets for Lee Kelly and two apiece for Swarnim Jha and Alana Dalzell. Dean McCloskey (71*) and Jamie McCombe (46*) then shared a century stand to seal the win.

Closest game of the day was at The Nedd where Neal Stewart hit 9 fours and 5 sixes in his 83 as the home side made 172 - three wickets for Ross McLaughlin and Josh Martin. Eglinton got within 20 runs in the chase but five wickets for Jacob Logan-Wilson ensured the win.

In League Two, half centuries for skipper Andrew Baggley (72) and Jamie Millar (63) saw Brigade post 227 for 6 at Beechgrove against Killyclooney, who were dismissed for 113 in reply, with Giles Moan hitting 44 and Ryan Daniel taking five wickets.

Jason Bell's 87 plus 40's from Jack McIntyre and Lee McClelland saw Newbuildings post 252 against St Johnston - four wickets for Dawid Barnard. That was 98 too many for the Saints with David Guy taking four scalps.

Scott Dougherty took four wickets and Aaron Stewart three as Maghera restricted Ballyspallen to 167 - David Guy scoring a half century. Stewart then made 48 in the successful chase.

North Fermanagh impressed as they beat Glendermott by 8 wickets. Owen Adair (35) and Ian Cooke (30) were best with the bat as the Rectory side made 150 - three wickets for Graeme Fitzpatrick. Rapid half centuries for Rawal Waseem (4 fours, 4 sixes) and David Mills (51 from 21 balls) clinched the win.

Robert Millar took 5 for 12 as Coleraine beat Strabane by 10 wickets at the Park. Davy Doey also picked up two as the Red Caps were bowled out for 87. Stephen McCartney (33*) and Jonathan Elder (27*) ensured the chase was a routine one.

The experienced duo of Mark Roulston (54) and Eddie McGettigan (33*) were instrumental as Burndennett edged Letterkenny by 11 runs. Chasing 166, the Donegal side made 155 with half centuries for Vineet Srivastava and Santosh Missshra. The Burndennett bolwing hero was Declan Pollock who took four wickets in four balls.

In League Four, Sam McClintock wins the CricketEurope Performance of the week after his second hundred of the season. He hit 144 from 80 balls, which included 24 fours and 13 sixes to help Newbuildings to 244 for 5. Lewis Campbell then claimed three wickets as Letterkenny made just 83.

Eglinton beat Killyclooney by 24 runs - three wickets for Alfie Moan and John McCreanor saw Eglinton make 121. Rhys Thompson was the bowling hero for the villagers taking five wickets as they dismissed Killyclooney for 97.

Adam Bell was the Coleraine hero as they beat Brigade by 7 wickets, taking four wickets and scoring a half century as they chased 161.

Blake McKeegan's 29 was the top score as Newbuildings beat Donemana by 17 runs. He also took two wickets as Donemana made 99 replying to 116.

Mansi Bhavsar's four wickets helped Bready beat Enniskillen as they were dismissed for 131. Trevor Hamilton's 57 not out eased the Magheramason side to a seven wickets win.

Runs for the old firm of Garvin Heywood (57) and Mark Mooney (44) ensured a 47-run for Fo Lodge over Erne. Alec McNeill and Gary McBride then took a combined seven wickets as Erne were bowled out for 82.