There was a real thriller at Magheramason where Bready beat Ardmore off the final ball. Ardmore's 142 for 7 owed much to a fast start by Dharm Singh (20) and Aviwe Mgijima (47), before they lost their way - three wickets for Irosh and two for Kyle Magee. David Rankin's 64 (4 fours, 3 sixes) kept Bready in the hunt to leave them needing off the last over. Two boundaries by Jordan McCorkell from the first two balls gave Bready the advantage, but Ardmore fought back to take it to the final ball, with two needed. Ross Campbell was the hero scoring the winning runs to clinch what was a feisty affair.

Glendermott got a morale boosting win as they chased 154 to beat Eglinton by four wickets at The Rectory. Mike Erlank top-scored with 45 as the villagers posted 153 for 9. Three wickets for Todd KIllen and teenager Jake Montgomery, who was also the batting hero, hitting the winning boundary in the final over. Alan Johnson top-scored with 46 in the successful chase.

Fox Lodge's recent good form continued as they beat Donemana by 41 runs at Ballymagorry. Johnny Robinson top-scored with 34, while Brian Allen (28*), Jason Milligan (25), and Craig Doherty (23) all chipped in as they posted 136 for 6. Home skipper Aaron Heywood concerns that it was 40 too light were soon allayed as 'Zipper' himself took three wickets, as did Levi Kerr as the Holm side were bowled out for 95 - Jamie Huey's 26 down the order the best of a disappointing batting effort.

Strabane made light work of Ballyspallen who batting first were only able to struggle to 81 for 8 - Stuart Kennedy top-scoring with 33 (5 fours) and skipper James Thompson making 19. Usman Azhar (2-10) had removed Demith Perera first ball and the Bridge Park side never really recovered from it. Ryan Gallagher took three wickets and made 19, as he and his brother Kevin (38*) added 62 for the second wicket to seal an 8-wicket win.

Killyclooney's super season continues unabated as they chased 180 to beat Bonds Glen by four wickets. The Bee Gees 179 for 8 was based primarily on a second wicket stand of 97 in 7 overs between Heinrich Roberts, who top-scored with 67 from 32 balls (10 fours, 3 sixes), and Mattie Barr, whose 23-ball 46 included 7 fours and 2 sixes. From 130 for 1, they slumped to 137 for 6 as Timmy Dougherty (3-34), Matthew Campbell (2-15), and Kenzie Hall (2-39) all picked up wickets. A total of 179 for 8 was made to look woefully inadequate as Blayde Capell and William Finlay added 95 in 6 overs. Capell's 65 from 23 balls (5 fours, 7 sixes) took his season tally to 805 at 134.16. Finlay made 28, while 20's too from Andrew Neil and Alan Colhoun ensured the win with almost four overs to spare.

St Johnston were unable to field at Coleraine, so the Bannsiders pick up the maximum 25 points for the no-show.

Burndennett meet Newbuildings on Friday evening.