Champions Instonians signed off their season in style with an 8-wicket win over CSNI at Shaw's Bridge.

The visitors innings was going along sedately before Stuart Thompson took it from first to fifth gear with a top-score of 69 in 36 balls (3 fours, 7 sixes) as he and Marc Ellison (68) added 75 in 40 balls for the 6th wicket.

Andrew White (4-22) increased his lead at the top of the wicket taking charts as CSNI finished on 225.

James West dismissed Rob McKinley (15) and Cade Carmichael (19) but there was never any danger of them upsetting the party mood.

Jack Dickson hit an unbeaten 101 from 84 balls (6 fours, 7 sixes) as he and Shane Getkate - whose unbeaten 79 from 56 balls included 4 fours and 5 sixes - shared an unbroken third wicket stand of 158 in 18 overs as the win was secured in the 31st over.

Congratulations to Instonians - thoroughly deserved Premiership winners.

Mark Adair's powerful century was the catalyst for CIYMS's emphatic 75-run over Lisburn at Wallace Park.

The Belmont side recovered from the loss of Ross Adair to the first ball of the match to power to 276 for 7 in a game reduced to 45 overs.

'Sparky' cleared the ropes 9 times in his 104 from just 55 balls - CIYMS hitting 21 sixes and 15 fours in their innings.

Jason van der Merwe hit 6 sixes in his 70, and skipper John Matchett 4 more in his 44.

LIsburn's Faiz Fazal top-scored with 94 (6 fours, 5 sixes) in the chase, but didn't get the support needed to threaten the total.

Tyron Koen claimed 4 for 47, while there were three wickets for Theo van Woerkom and two for Carson McCullough in a convincing victory.

Waringstown had little trouble accounting for North Down in a 20 over game at The Lawn.

The Comber side posted 134 for 4 with runs for Ani Chore (35), skipper Peter Davison (33*) and Tom Mayes (26*) - the latter pair sharing a 5th wicket stand of 57.

Skipper Greg Thompson (18) passed the magical 1000-run marker for the season, but it was James McCollum - back from his game with Gloucester Seconds - and Graeme Hume who ensured the win.

McCollum top-scored with 58 not out from 42 balls (6 fours, 1 six) as he and Hume (39* - 5 fours) added 90 in 11 overs sfor the fourth wicket to seal the 7 wicket win.

A dominant display with the bat from Woodvale ensured their place in the top flight next season as they ran out winners by 106 runs.

There were half centuries from Stephen Bunting and Ruhan Pretorius, but it was James Hall's day, as he scored 122 (5x4 & 9x6) in a daunting Woodvale total of 295.

Craig Lewis had been the leading bowler for the home side, and as so often before, weighed in with quick runs as well, threatening an unlikey chase.

But when he was fifth out out with the score 157, a collapse against the spin of Lewis Adair and James Rose, saw 5 wickets fall for the addition of just 22 runs.