It's advantage Bonds Glen who staged a remarkable second innings fightback to take the upper hand of their League Three final against Drummond at the Bleachgreen.

A nervy first innings saw them restricted to 112 for 9 - three wickets for Andy Doey.

Krish Attary then clubbed 8 fours and 3 sixes in his 65 from 49 balls to put Drummond in the box seat.

They were pegged back though by a five-wicket haul by Raymond Cleminson (5-10) that kept their lead to 37.

That was soon knocked off by John Long (35) and Sam Haslett who then set about building a total they could defend.

Haslett carried his bat for an unbeaten 82 (6 fours, 2 sixes) and with Richard Barr (32), Shane Diver (21) and Richard Thompson (14) all hitting two sixes, the Bee Gees posted 205 for 6.

That left Drummond 169 to chase and a tricky period to negotiate before the close.

They managed just four overs before the weather closed in and that was enough for Richard Barr to strike two blows that puts them in the ascendancy.