Donemana ended their losing run with Levi Dougherty's 99 helping them beat Fox Lodge by 22 runs in a high scoring game. He hit 9 fours and 8 sixes in his 99 from 53 balls, adding 108 in 8 overs with skipper Dwayne McGerrigle (42). Billy Dougherty made a breezy 31 as the hosts ended on 217 for 6. Fox Lodge gave the chase a real go, hitting 14 sixes - Ali Doherty hitting 5 of those in a top score of 60- but they ended 22 adrift.

A seventh wicket stand of 87 in 34 balls between Conan Pollock and JG McGettigan helped Burndennett to a 104-run win over Ballyspallen. Conan top-scored with 57 not out from 29 balls (6 fours, 3 sixes), while McGettigan's unbeaten 35 included 6 fours. Earlier Mark Pollock's fine season continued with 43 (5 fourss). Ross McCay (3-15) and Brian Devine (2-14) made early inroads and Spallen never recovered to be all out for 67.

Ross Dougherty's unbeaten 64 saw holders Newbuildings chase 158 to win by 5 wickets at Strabane. 'Doc' hit 9 fours in a classy innings, with runs too from Ryan Hunter (32) and Gareth McKeegan (29). Strabane's 158 for 2 saw Conor Graham make 53 (7 fours, 1 six), sharing stands of 69 with Kevin Gallagher (39) and 54 with Nasir Nawaz (37).

Ardmore gained revenge for last week's final ball loss to Bready with a 40-run win at the Bleachgreen. A second wicket stand of 77 between Harry Zimmermann (56) and Dharm Singh (29) set Ardmore on their way to 183 for 4. Ryan Brolly (33) and Dave Bezzant (16*) adding quick runs, as well as being boosted by 30 extras. Gavin Roulston (24) and David Rankin (19) got the chase off to a fast start, but four wickets for Dharm Singh saw the reply falter despite Ian Young's 31. Three wickets for Rachit Gaur plus two for Aviwe Mjigima sealed the 40-runs win.

A third wicket stand of 132 in just 13 overs between Blayde Capell and Mark Gordon ensured Killyclooney stay top of the T20 Group as they easily chased 173 to beat Eglinton. Capell extended his lead at the top of the North West run charts with his unbeaten 80 (8 fours, 4 sixes) taking his tally to 885 for the campaign, while the left-handed Gordon powered his way to 69 (7 fours, 3 sixes. Eglinton would have been relatively happy with their score of 173 for 6 at halfway - Andy Millar's 64 including 4 huge sixes and 3 fours - while there were runs too for Jamie Millar (36*) and Tommy Orr 32. The ease with which 'Clooney chased it down though suspects that even 200 may not have been defendable.

It was a tale of two centuries and two huge partnerships at The Rectory as Bonds Glen chased down 225 to beat Glendermott by 7 wickets. Batting first the hosts racked up 224 for 3 with Gihahn Cloete making his third century of the season - hitting 18 fours and 8 sixes in an unbeaten 139. He added 139 in 12 overs with skipper Ben Mills who made 50. The Bee Gees were undaunted by the chase with Raymond Curry hitting 11 sixes and 8 fours in his 116 not out, sharing a second wicket stand of 134 in just 7.4 overs with Heinrich Roberts. The Bonds Glen skipper thumping 9 sixes and 5 fours in his 81 from just 26 balls as they coasted to the win with three overs to spare.

Coleraine ran out 36-run winners against St Johnston at The Boathole with an opening stand of 73 between top-scorer Matty Smyth (46) and Marcus Poskitt (38) laying the foundations for the win. Patrick Carson also made an unbeaten 20 as the Bannsiders posted 150 for 5. Ravi Karunaratne's superb 3 for 5, plus three wickets for Matthew Hutchinson restricted the Saints to 114 for 8 - David Lapsley's 34 their best contribution.