Bready moved clear at the top of the table, surviving a major scare against Strabane in the Tyrone derby before clinching the win in a match that severely affected by the weather.

Kevin Gallagher top-scored with 37, while there were runs too for Aaron Gillespie (31) and Usman Azahar (21) as the Red Caps posted 130 for 7 in 26 overs - adjusted to 139 by DLS.

The Magheramason side looked to be on course for an easy win as David Rankin (38) and Irosh (21) steered them to 83 for 1.

However a dramatic collapse saw them lose 6 wickets for just 15 runs to be on 98 for 7, needing 41 from the last five overs.

Strabane though were a bowler short with Ryan Gallagher missing, and Dean McCloskey and Jamie Magee took full advantage, each making unbeaten 20's to seal the three wicket win with three balls remaining.

A crucial win that leaves Bready in pole position going into the final month of the season.

Newbuildings made it two wins from two over the weekend as they beat Burndennett and the weather, managing to squeeze in a 10 overs game in their second opportunity match.

Niall McDonnell had made an unbeaten 35 (5 fours, 1 six) as Burndennett reached 60 for 2 in 13 overs before a lengthy rain delay.

Newbuildings required 71 in 10 overs and just to show how great a leveller the game is, Jason Dunn was dismissed second ball for 0 - the day after scoring 192!

Johnny Thompson hit a 27-ball undefeated 42 (2 fours, 3 sixes) to ensure the points - runs too for Mark Hanna (26).

Newbuildings are in fifth place with four games remaining, and while they may have left their run too late to have a chance of the title, they will certainly have a major say in its destiny.

No play was possible in the Ardmore v Bonds Glen match.

Donemana won the Sperrin Springs Cup 2-1 in a sudden death bowl-out after just two overs were possible in normal time.

Bob Robinson struck with the first ball of the shoot-out and it looked as if it would be enough until William McBrine equalised with the last delivery of the ten. Irish international Andy McBrine then hit in sudden death to clinch the trophy.

The Eric Cooke T20 final also went to a bowl-out with Coleraine beating Eglinton 2-1 after no play was possible.

Mike Erlank hit for Eglinton, with Stephen Hutchinson drawing level, before Gareth Burns hit the winner with the Bannsiders last delivery.