Ardmore went top of the Premiership table for the first time this season with a 63-run (DLS) win over Glendermott in a game eventually reduced to 22 overs.

The home side lost Dharm Singh in the first over but a second-wicket stand of 115 in 17 overs between skipper Rachit Gaur and Harry Zimmermann laid the foundations for their total of 150 for 6.

Zimmermann top-scored with 64 from 60 balls (8 fours, 1 six), while Gaur's 58 came from 50 deliveries (7 fours, 1 six).

There was a flurry of wickets in the search for quick runs with Owen Adair (3-30) and JJ O'Brien (2-26) the main beneficiaries.

A third wicket stand of 59 in 9 overs between Alan Johnson (35) and Gihahn Cloete took the Rectory side to 79 for 2, but the required rate was already in double figures.

That scoreboard pressure told as the last 8 wickets tumbled for just 12 runs with Dharm Singh (4-23), Aviwe Mgijima (2-27) and Ciaran Roundtree - a teenage Irish passport-holding South African, the latest addition to Ardmore's cosmopolitan line-up - taking 3 for 5 to secure maximum points.

In the only other Premiership match to survive, Eglinton moved into 8th place in the Premiership as they beat the weather and Bonds Glen.

The visitors made154 in their full allocation of 40 overs, with Heinrich Roberts top-scoring with 40, sharing a fifth wicket stand of 55 with Sam Haslett (26).

There was runs down the order too for Kyle Moore (21*). Jamie Millar and Josh Martin took three wickets apiece, while Robbie Millar took 2 for 31.

Skipper Tommy Orr (13) and Adam Lamberton (11) both fell before a lengthy rain-break at 35 for 2, meant an adjusted target of 120 in 25 overs.

Mike Erlank's unbeaten 49 from 44 balls (3 fours, 2 sixes) ensured a routine win, as he added 39 for the 3rd wicket with Jamie Millar (14) and an unbroken 52 for the 4th with Robbie Millar (27*).

All Saturday's and Sunday's scheduled matches in the T20 'Festival' at Bready were abandoned without a ball bowled.