There were three convincing wins in the North West Women's Cup and league on Monday night with Bready and Fox Lodge winning by 10 wickets, while Eglinton ran out 9-wicket victors.

In league action, defending championss Bready easily accounted for Coleraine with Alana Dalzell and Cody Wallace very much to the fore.

In a game reduced to 12 overs due to the severe traffic congestion in the city, Coleraine might have been happy with their total of 81 for 3. Amy Caulfield hit 6 fours and 2 sixes in her 50 from 31 balls, while Dalzell (2-9) and Wallace (1-7) were the successful bowlers.

The pair then shared an unbroken opening partnership of 82 in 7.4 overs, with Dalzell hitting 5 boundaries in her 33 from 21 balls, while Wallace made 31 not out as the Magheramason side stayed top of the table.

It was a similar story in the Cup for holders Fox Lodge who restricted Bonds Glen to 82 for 7 - Emily Young (22*) and Sophie Curry (15) their main contributors.

There were two wickets apiece for Mollie Devine and Sarah Black, with one each for Tanisha Hussain and Lucy Neely.

Neely (25*) and Black (45*) then knocked off the runs in just 7.3 overs - Black hitting 7 fours and 2 sixes in her unbeaten 45 as they sealed a 10-wickets win.

Last year's beaten finalists Eglinton overcame Strabane after dismissing the Tyrone side for 78 - Chloe Deans (14) and Lucy McGranaghan (11) reaching double figures. The total was boosted by 44 extras including 29 wides and 12 penalty runs for a slow over rate.

Lucy Carmichael took 4 for 5, while there were three wickets each for Jenni Jackson (3-11) and Arianna McKenna (3-16).

McKenna then hit 7 fours in an undefeated 51, as she and Lucy Carmichael (22*) added 59 for the second wicket to seal another one-sided win.

The Cup semi-finals will take place on Monday June 26 with Bready playing Eglinton and Fox Lodge taking on Coleraine.