Newbuildings moved up to fifth in the table after a demolition job over Glendermott at The Rectory.

Jason Dunn clubbed 20 (yes, TWENTY) sixes a well as 11 boundaries in a top-score of 192, sharing an opening stand of 264 with Gareth McKeegan.

The skipper also reached three figures, hitting 7 fours and clearing the ropes 8 times in his 68-ball knock.

Trent McKeegan kept the runs slowing hitting four consecutive sixes in a 19-ball 43 as the Foyleview side made 366 for 4 in a rain-reduced 31 overs.

Ben Mills (2-62) would have been the only once glancing at his bowling figures, and indeed also the batting card as he made 40 (7 fours, 1 six) out of their 88 all out - McKeegan claiming a five wicket haul in the 278-run win. 

Gregory McFaul also took three wickets on a day that everything went right for Newbuildings.