Tim Tector guided Leinster Lightning to a consolation win over champions Northern Knights but it wasn't enough to lift the Dubliners off the bottom of the table.

The YMCA opener hit 15 fours and a six in his unbeaten 91 from 56 balls as the hosts chased down 187 to win by five wickets with 9 balls to spare.

He shared a 5th wicket stand of 64 in 6 overs with skipper George Dockrell, who cleared the wall five times in his 18-ball 36.

Earlier, Neil Rock (47), James McCollum (45), Paul Stirling (28) and Mark Adair (21) were all in the runs for the Knights, with Fionn Hand (3-32) and Simi Singh (2-25) the pick of the attack.

Ali Frost scored a superb 83 as Munster Reds finished their campaign in style with a 38-run win over a poor Warriors.

Frost hit 10 fours and 4 sixes - 3 of which came in skipper Andy McBrine's solitary over - in his 39-ball knock, adding 94 in 7.4 overs with Tyrone Kane (30).

Munster ended on 183 for 9, with Craig Young (4-26) and Graham Hume (2-16) escaping the carnage that inflicted the rest of the attack.

The reply saw Liam Doherty and Jared Wilson both make 33, while Scott Macbeth hit 26 as the Warriors reached 107 for 2, but the required rate by that stage was 15.

The next 15 balls saw six wickets fall for 10 runs to effectively end the contest.

Graham Hume hit a few consolation blows in his unbeaten 27, but by that stage it was a 'dead cat bounce' and Munster emerged comfortable winners - three wickets for Ben White and two apiece for Josh Manley, Liam McCarthy and Byron McDonough.