There were wins on Saturday for Brigade, Killyclooney, Fox Lodge, Ardmore, Coleraine, Donemana and Bready.

Brigade stay top of the table after a comprehensive 8-wickets win away at Strabane. The home side were still without skipper Aaron Gillespie, and apart from opener Kevin Gallagher the Red Caps found the going tough. Gallagher top-scored with 65 (7 fours, 2 sixes) making half of Strabane's 130 all out. Only Usman Azhar's 26 offered any other serious resistance. There were three wickets apiece for Jamie Millar and Ifty Hussain, plus two for the ever-dependable Ryan Macbeth. DD Barr fell third ball of the reply, but a second wicket stand of 106 in 19 overs between Hussain (47) and Adam McDaid effectively settled the one-sided game. McDaid finished unbeaten on 68 from 76 balls (8 fours, 1 six) as they sealed the win in the 23rd over.

Gavin Roulston was the star of the show as the teenager hit an unbeaten 90 to steer Bready to a six-wickets win at Burndennett. The home side made 145 for 9 in their 40 overs with Head Coach Niall McDonnell top-scoring with 37 and 20s from Mark Doherty and skipper Conan Pollock. Another teenager, Aaron Cooke, took three wickets with his off-spin, while there were two apiece for Jordan McCorkell and Ian Young. The chase dominated by Roulston, with the talented left-hander hitting 13 fours and 2 sixes in his brilliant knock to ensure a comfortable win.

Blayde Cappell hit an unbeaten 114 to take his season tally to 999 (average 142.71) as Killyclooney's dream season continued with a hard-fought 3-wickets win at Eglinton. Chasing 196, Capell was the coolest man in the village, adding 75 for the third wicket with Mark Gordon (34), then steering the 'Clooney ship to victory as he made his fourth century of what looks like being a record-breaking campaign. Decker Curry's record of 1903 runs looks to be firmly in his sights.Earlier, Mike Erlank's 66 and 30s from Andy Millar and Robert McFarland were the highlights in Eglinton's 195 for 9 - four wickets for Matthew Campbell and two apiece for Kenzie Hall and skipper Timmy Dougherty. The Killyclooney juggernaut moves on now to Belfast where they play Cliftonville Academy on Sunday for a place in the National Cup.

Fox Lodge continued their fine campaign with another win over Glendermott. A 5th wicket stand of 75 between Johnny Robinson and Brian Allen was the backbone of their total of 199 for 5 in a game reduced to 31 overs due to a delayed start and a rain stoppage. 'Bap' was his usual ebullient self as he top-scored with 59 from just 36 balls (6 fours, 3 sixes), while Allen's unbeaten 55 (8 fours, 2 sixes) was also important - adding 59 for the 6th wicket too with Aiden Logue (24*), while earlier Jason Milligan had made 24. Glendermott's reply got off to a good start with Gihahn Cloete (32) and Leyland McElwee (25) adding 66 for the the first wicket. Levi Kerr (4-33) accounted for Cloete, and that opened the floodgates. They lost 10 wickets for 48 runs to be 114 all out. Skipper Aaron Heywood (5-18) also bowling superbly to keep the Foxies double dreams very much alive.

Jordan McGonigle's six wickets helped Donemana to an emphatic 8-wickets win at Ballyspallen. The stand-in skipper had the excellent analysis of 6 for 15 as the hosts went from 49 for 0 to 92 all out. Opener Luke Gilfillan made 50 of those (8 fours), with Kyle Morrow (13) and James Thompson (10) the only others to make double figures. Geeth Kumara's good form continued as he picked up 3 for 34 with his leg spin. Openers Jamie Huey (30) and DJ Dougherty (29) shared an opening stand of 62 in 10 overs to all but settle matters, with Gary McClintock's unbeaten 23 sealing the win in 16 overs.

Spinners Dharm Singh and Aviwe Mgijima took a combined 8 wickets to spin Ardmore to a routine 8-wickets win at St Johnston and maintain their unbeaten Premiership record. Rain delayed the start which meant a 33-overs match, and the home side struggled to get any momentum, rocked by the early departure of the talismanic Graeme McCarter cheaply. Michael Rankin and David Lapsley each made 21, but Singh (4-4) and Mgijima (4-22) tied the Saints in knots as they were spun out for just 90. A further shower at the interval meant the target became 86 in 30 overs. Singh went early but a breezy 24 (5 fours) from skipper Rachit Gaur settled the away side's dressing room. Harry Zimmermann then took up the mantle, hitting 7 fours in an unbeaten 40 as he and Mgijima (18*) added an unbroken 49 for the third wicket to clinch victory in the 15th over.

Coleraine put in a fine all-round performance to beat Bonds Glen by 87 runs at Sandel Lodge. Half centuries from Marcus Poskitt and Ravi Karunaratne saw the Bannsiders post 217. Poskitt hit 7 fours in a top score of 64 to take his season tally to 455, while Karunaratne cleared the ropes 5 times in his 55 from 46 balls. The Kincaid brothers - Kaelan and Sam - each picked up two wickets. The Bee Gees reply never recovered from early wickets, and only a steady half century from former player David Cooke got them to 130. There were three wickets each for Matthew Hutchinson and Gareth Burns, while Stephen Hutchinson and Ravi each took two apiece in the 87-run win.