Leinster Lightning Bolts secured the Future Series title as they bounced back from Wednesday's loss to beat Emerging Knights by 104 runs in a game reduced by morning rain to 45 overs at Stormont.

Mark Donegan dominated a second wicket stand of 65 with Chris De Freitas (19) to set the Dubliners on their way.

Adam Rosslee continued his recent run with a well made 39, but wickets for Harry Dyer and Ben Snell meant the game was in the balance at 142 for 5 in the 31st over.

Skipper Phillipe Le Roux (51) and Dylan Lues (54) then shared a decisive sixth wicket stand of 89 in 11.3 overs to post 248.

Waringstown's Ben Snell's finished with the excellent figures of 8-24, which came off 8.4 overs including 5 wickets for 17 runs in his final 16 deliveries.

The Knights skipper Paddy Beverland (28) got his side off to a decent start in an opening stand of 35, but thereafter the Bolts dominated, with Dom Joyce's side taking wickets at regular intervals.

CJ van der Walt provided some resistance with 39, but three wickets for Merrion left-arm spinner Daniel Forkin and two for Balbriggan's Dylan Lues ensured a comfortable win.

A damp patch on the pitch coupled with early morning drizzle and little in the way of drying conditions meant an early abandonment at Oakhill.

It's been a desperately disappointing tournament for the Warriors who were heavily beaten in most of their games and finish bottom without a win to their name.

Munster Heat finish above them courtesy of Wednesday's win in the T20 contest.