There were runs aplenty in the North West T20 Cup, while Rhys Logue took five wickets to help Strabane beat Burndennett in the derby.

Blayde Capell took his season tally to 548 runs at an average of 182.66 as he plundered an unbeaten 176 to help Killyclooney beat Glendermott in a run feast.

The South African professional hit 17 fours and 16 sixes in his 67-ball innings, sharing an opening stand of 170 in 14 overs with William Finlay (48). 

The Rectory side were undaunted by a chase of 233, and got close thanks to half centuries from Gihahn Cloete and Ben Mills. Three wickets for Kenzie Hall and two for Matthew Campbell restricting them to 215 for 7.

Strabane won the all-Tyrone clash as they defeated Burndennett by 80 runs. Rhys Logue bowled superbly to claim 5 for 8 as the hosts were bowled out for 69 chasing 149 - Player/Coach Niall McDonnell making 32 of those.

The Strabane total of 149 for 6 was built around 'Oasis' - The Gallagher brothers adding 89 in 11 overs for the third wicket with Kevin making 45 and Ryan 31. Mark Pollock took three wickets to take his season aggregate to 13 - while Brian Devine claimed two.

Liam Doherty led Eglinton to a seven-wickets win in an entertaining contest at home to Bonds Glen. The Ireland U19 international cleared the ropes five times in an unbeaten 62 from 41 balls, sharing an unbroken fourth wicket stand of 63 with Jamie Millar (21*).

Chasing 114, Eglinton's Andy Millar (23) made a fast start, but his dismissal, followed by two wickets in two balls for Kyle Moore (2-20) had them wobbling ever so slightly.

It was Millar time too in the bowling with the three brothers taking a combined six wickets to keep the Bee Gees to 113 for 7 - David Cooke making a run-a-ball 37 and Johnny Haslett an undefeated 27.

Defending champions Newbuildings got off to a winning start with a 10-wickets victory at home to Ballyspallen. The Limavady sde posted 133 for 5, with skipper James Thompson leading the way with an unbeaten 42 (3 fours, 3 sixes), plus there were 20s from Luke Gilfillan, Stuart Kennedy and Jamie O'Brien.

The target proved woefully inadequate as JT thumped 10 sixes and 4 fours in his unbeaten 80 from just 35 deliveries. Mark Hanna was his partner in crime, making 53 not out from 26 balls (7 fours, 3 sixes) as the hosts raced to victory from the first ball of the 11th over.

Bready got their campaign up and running with a seven wickets win at home to St Johnston chasing 137.

David Rankin anchored the successful pursuit, making an unbeaten 52 as he shared stands of 71 for the first wicket with Gavin Roulston (45) and 58 for the fourth with Ian Young (23*).

The Saints total of 136 was built around David Lapsley's unbeaten 72 (8 fours, 1 six) as he and David Macbeth (36) added 79 for the second wicket.

There was another run feast at The Bleachgreen where Ardmore and Coleraine shared 409 runs in 40 overs. Dharm Singh top-scored for Ardmore, hitting 9 fours and 7 sixes in his 103 from 57 balls.

He shared an opening stand of 164 in 16 overs with skipper Rachit Gaur, who hit 10 boundaries in his 64 as Ardmore ended on 212 for 2. Gaur then took four wickets as Coleraine made a spirited reply.

Matthew Smyth hit 11 fours and 3 sixes in his 98 - just missing out on a deserved century. He and Rory Knox (42) had kept the Bannsiders in contention but the required rate was always just out of reach.

The Ardmore fielding was exceptional with a stunning grab by Aviwe Mgijima rated as one of the best seen at Ardmore.

The Donemana versus Brigade game was postponed as a mark of respect following the tragic death of former Brigade youth player Alex Smallwoods.

All matches on Thursday night held a minute's silence in his memory.