Runs all down the order for Templepatrick as Stephen Fawcett, Robert Smith and Mark Thompson all posted half-centuries in a total that was well out of reach for visitors Belfast. Lots of twenties in the Belfast reply but no one could play the major innings that was required as all six Templepatrick bowlers claimed at least one wicket.

Peet Pienaar's half century saw Donacloney Mill beat Laurelvale by four wickets. The South African had good support in the chase from Ryan Matthews (40*) and Shane Warren (29). Mark Thornberry's 50 was best for Laurelvale, while DM's Robin Sinton claimed three wickets, and Pienaar and Kennedy two apiece in a fine win.

A six wicket burst by Muckamore's Satish Suresh (pictured) left the Dundrum innings in tatters, leaving Pavan Karthik to clean up the tail with 3 for only 9 runs. No problems in chasing that down without losing a wicket for the Table-toppers who remain unbeaten.

A run-a ball innings from Ballymena skipper John Glass in an unbeaten 97 run partnership with James Kennedy sealed the points for the home side in a comfortable eight wicket win. For Cregagh only Paul Douglas with 44 managed to get to twenty in what was a disappointing showing with the bat as Glen Adams claimed four wickets and Owen Dick and Glass himself a pair each.

It was a case of home comforts for Armagh who had little trouble accounting for Saintfield by 9 wickets at The Mall. Gareth Harrison's 41 was the best of the Saints 126 - three wickets for Alan Whitcroft and Stuart Lester. Jamie Rogers (52*) and Matthew Steenson (33*) then combined to ensure the easiest of chases.