Jordan Neill was the stand-out performer in the second of the Cricket Ireland Academy's two-day intra-squad matches at Oak Hill.

The low-key affairs lack the competitive element provided last year by the Future Series, but nevertheless gave the coaches the chance to run their eye over a host of Irish hopefuls.

South African Neill - who has featured for Ireland Under 19s - top-scored with 96 (8 fours, 2 sixes) - as he and Murray Commins (59) shared an opening stand of 119.

Jordan Neill

Their side posted 262, with five wickets for Matthew Humphreys (5-65) and three for Gavin Hoey (3-73). 

Team 1 were then bundled out for 120, with Haydn Melly - bother of Cameron - making an unbeaten 27. 

Cian Robertson (4-31), Tom Mayes (3-28), and Mikey O'Reilly (2-15) doing the damage with the ball.

Team 2 went in search of quick runs second time around with another young South African - Kian Hilton making an unbeaten 43 (6 fours). 

Wicket-keeper batsman Hilton has an Irish mother and plans to stay in Ireland full-time later this year.

Neill was in the runs again, making 40, while Aaron McGeehan hit four sixes in an entertaining 41 before the innings was declared on 140 for 2 - Humphreys taking the two wickets to fall, but coming in for some punishment.

Team 1 failed again in the second innings making only 124 - Tim Tector (29), Cade Carmichael (26) and Gavin Hoey (20) getting starts, while Haydn Melly had to retire hurt before he could get off the mark.

North Down's Tom Mayes (4-26) and Balbriggan's Matthew Pollard (3-28) getting the bulk of the wickets.