A look at the performances below the senior ranks with the bat getting on top of the ball as the sunshine saw some big totals and individual displays.

Graham Boyd scored an unbeaten 111 and Mark Moore made 91 as Donemana piled on the runs - 318 for 5 at home to Letterkenny in League One. 

Letterkenny did well in their reply with half centuries for Ramees Machingal (88), Rammohan Goud (76) and Bablu Shaik (70) getting the Donegal side to 317.

There were also centurions in a high scoring match between Ardmore and Bready. Dean McCloskey hit 15 fours and 3 sixes in his 128, while Ryan Clarke made 50 as the Magheramason side made 254 for 7 - four wickets for Bobby Brolly.

Ardmore chased it down with Edrees Kharotai hitting 13 sixes and 9 fours in his 139 from just 66 balls - sharing an opening stand of 119 with Tim Harris (36).

The Nedd ran out 101-run winners at home to league leaders Sion Mills.

Jacob Logan-Wilson (42) and Marty McElwee (38) helped the home side recover from a poor start to make 161 - three wickets each for Glenn McCallan and Jordan Stewart.

Jon McMichael (4-13) and Johnny Murray (3-10) then bowled Sion out for just 60.

Karl O'Doherty halped Eglinton to an impressive 8-wickets win at Fox Lodge.

He, Dylan Waterstone and Ross McLaughlin took three wickets apiece as the Foxies made 117 - Johnny Heywood making 44.

O'Doherty then made an unbeaten 45 as he and Adam Lamberton (51) shared a second wicket stand of 101 in 22 overs to ensure an easy win.

In League Two, Mark Simpson took five wickets for just 12 runs as Brigade bowled out North Fermanagh for 77. Chris Dixon's 20 helped the Beechgrove side chase their modest target to wn by 5 wickets, despite the best efforts of Chris Faris (3-18).

Andy Neil was the highest individual score of the day, making 144 as Killyclooney posted 325 for 7. Richard McMorris (94) and Zak Taggart (31) also in the runs, while there were wickets too for Ian Cooke (4-28) and Jay Cloete (3-24).

Garth Watson's 31 was the best of a Glendermott reply of 101 - wickets for Neil, McDermott and Jay Parkhill.

Johnny McIvor's unbeaten 63 helped Newbuildings to a 4-wickets win over St Johnston, for whom Stewart Lapsley had made 54.

In League Three, Andy Doey and Krish Choudhry both scored half centuries as Drummond beat Bready by 55 runs - Philip Robinson and Graham Loughlin also making 50s for the visitors.

Vishal Chopra (49) and Brian Acheson (30*) helped Coleraine to 203 for 6 versus Burndennett - the Tyrone side finishing on 170 for 7, with Mark Roulston (64*) and Brendan McGettigan (41) their main contributors.

Sam Haslett made 43 and took two wickets as Bonds Glen beat Letterkenny by 2 wickets chasing 183. Shane Diver (41*), Steven Barr (38) and Jacob Haslett with two wickets also did well.

Mark McNulty was the star of the show as Strabane beat North Fermanagh.

He took four wickets to keep the Kesh side to 169 for 7, with runs for Kieran Shead (75) and Sam Galway (34).

McNulty then hit 75 from 55 balls (6 fours, 3 sixes) and Smyth 50 as Strabane chased it down to win by 5 wickets.

In League Four, Enniskillen edged out Coleraine to win by 3 wickets in a low-scoring game. Colin Manson made 34 as the Bannsiders made 89, which they were just not able to defend despite three wickets for Connie Block and Adam Bell.

Garvin Heywood's 36 not out helped Fox Lodge post 146 against Newuildings. Gary McBride and Joel Faulkner then bowled the Ballymagorry side to a 41-run win despite Andrew Guy's 66 not out.

Newbuildings Thirds also lost, despite CricketEurope's Junior Player of the Month Sam McClintock getting in the runs again. Sam hit an unbeaten 65 as his side made 172 for 6. However, Vivek Sheoran hit 12 fours and 7 sixes in an unbeaten 118 to lead Ardmore to a 7-wickets win.

Closest game of the day saw Bready beat Eglinton by 3 runs.

Trevor Hamilton made 43 in Bready's total of 149, with Swarnim Jha taking 4 for 35 as Eglinton made 146 for 9 in the reply.