In the North West, there is no change at the top of the Premiership table after Killyclooney, Bready, Brigade and Ardmore all won.

Killyclooney proved they can win without a match-winning contribution from Blyde Capell, who was dismissed for 28 as they chased down Donemana’s 137. Jason Wallace was the bowling hero with five wickets and Mark Gordon then took the leaders home with 59 from 46 balls, hitting nine fours and three sixes.

Bready stay second and closed the gap to four points after bowling out Ballyspallen for 86 for a commanding 156 runs victory while Brigade found it almost as easy against Bonds Glen, winning by 116 runs.

David Barr batted through the Brigade innings, hitting 11 fours and eight sixes in his 133 not out as the Beechgrove side plundered 310 for five in their 40 overs.

Ardmore added to Strabane’s woes, dismissing them for 143 in Strabane Park, an innings dominated by Pakistani professional Nasir Nawar. He scored 94 of the runs and was the only Red Caps batsman who made it into double figures. Ardmore won by five wickets in the 29th over.

Coleraine and Newbuildings remain comfortably in the top half after victories over Glendermott and St Johnston respectively although the Senior Cup finalists had only 10 runs to spare in the closest game of the day at Foyleview.

The Saints needed just 20 off 32 balls with five wickets in hand but were bowled out for the addition of just nine runs.