The results went by the form book in Monday night's action in the Women'ss Premier League with wins for defending champions Bready, Fox Lodge and Coleraine.

Alana Dalzell and Jodie Spence were the Bready heroes as they fought back to beat Eglinton by 17 runs in the closest match of the evening.

Irish international Dalzell top-scored with 27, while Charley Scott made 16 as Bready posted 98-7 - two wickets for Lucy Carmichael.

Eglinton seemed to be on course for a shock win as double figure contributions from Jenni Jackson (19), Alice McLaughlin (15) and Arianna McKenna (12) took them to 62 for 3.

However, Jodie Spence (4-19) and Mansi Bhavsar (2-13) saw 62 for 3 become 68 for 7, and with Alana Dalzell taking 1-5 in her four overs, Eglinton finished on 81.

Amy Caulfield was in the runs as Coleraine eased to victory at home to Strabane.

The Tyrone side batted first making 75 for 4 - Megan Moorehead (15) and Lucy McGranaghan their main scorers.

Coleraine made light of the chase with Caulfield hitting 6 fours and a six in her unbeaten 41 from 38 balls, while there were runs too for Eva Gaston (13) and Rachel Johnston (10) as they sealed the seven wickets win in the 14th over.

Naomi Wasson took two wickets for the Red Caps.

Sarah Black was in the runs as Fox Lodge ran out 69-runs winners at home to Bonds Glen.

Black hit 10 boundaries in her 69 from only 39 deliveries as she shared an opening stand of 103 in 12 overs with Lucy Neely (26).

Hannah McLaughin added 30 as the Foxies posted 158/3 - all three wickets falling to Sophie Curry.

In reply Karen Haslett (29) and Lucy Thompson (14) were the best of the Bee Gees 89/6 - the Foxies using eight bowlers.