Bready made it seven straight wins in the North West Women's Premiership last night (MON) with a comfortable 73-runs win at Bonds Glen.

Charley Scott made an unbeaten 50, sharing a second wicket stand of 99 in 13 overs with Cody Wallace, who scored 41. 

There were runs too for Alana Dalzell as the Magheramason side posted 154 for 2.

Bonds Glen made 81 for 7 in their reply - two wickets each for Jodie and Millie Spence.

One win from their final three matches should be enough to ensure another league title for Bready.

Fox Lodge all but ended the title hopes of Coleraine with an emphatic 9-wickets win at Ballymagorry.

Eva Gaston's 42 was the best of the Bannsiders' 103 for 9 - three wickets each for Lucy Blair and Lucy Neely.

Neely then made 21 not out as she and Sarah Black shared an opening stand of 97 - Black hitting eight boundaries in her 55.

Fox Lodge need to win their remaining four games and hope Bready falter in the title run-in to deny them the crown.

There's action tonight in the Men's T20 Cup as Donemana entertain Brigade in a rearranged group game.

A win for Brigade would ensure they top Group D and progress to the Faughan Valley Cup semi-finals.

Play at The Holm gets under way at 6.30pm.