Railway Union remain rooted to the foot of the table and look destined for an instant return to the Championship after an 8 wickets loss at Claremont Road in their rearranged clash with YMCA.

They were always in trouble following early wickets for Padraic Flanagan (3-23), Tom Anders (3-24), and Mikey O’Reilly (2-24), and despite a battling 38 from skipper Philippe Le Roux and 24 from Liam McCarthy a final total of 120 was nowhere near challenging.

Tim Tector (13) went with 20 on the board, but a second wicket stand of 65 in 10 overs between Jack Tector and Henry Thompson - who hit 6 fours and a six in a run-a-ball 37 - all but settled the one-sided contest.

Jack Tector's even time unbeaten 58 (9 fours) ensuring a win that keeps YMCA right in the title mix.