Champions Pembroke signed off with another thumping win as Civil Service were summarily swept aside.

Gavin Hoey took six wickets as CS were bundled out for 139, with only Dhiraj Shetty (45*) offering any serious resistance.

Run machine Nick Stapleton again delivered as he clubbed 9 fours and 6 sixes in his 57-ball unbeaten 91, adding 135 for the second wicket with Diarmaid Tucker (41*) to seal the nine-wicket win in the 19th over.

Amish Sidhu was in the wickets yet again, as the spinner claimed 4 for 22 to give Phoenix a morale boosting win over Kildare ahead of next week's play-off match against Railway Union.

Ben White chipped in with three scalps as North Kildare were dismissed for 129 chasing 181 - Mohammed Zaman making 36 and Husnain Maroof 29. Sam Morris (39) and Jed Wiggins (37) were the main run getters for Phoenix - Nurulain Boda taking five wickets and Bakhtyar Nabi three.

Henry Dall hit 14 boundaries in an unbeaten 76 to lead Terenure to a morale boosting end of season win at Rush. He and Donal Vaughan (39) added 119 for the second wicket to steer their side to an emphatic seven-wickets win chasing 144 - two wickets for Brandon Morris.

The Rush total of 144 saw extras top score with 32. Raghav Grover took four wickets, while there were two each for Dylan Cleary and Kripesh Shetty in an impressive bowling display that set up the win.

Cork won the battle of the Counties as they edged out North County by three wickets in a low scoring encounter at The Mardyke.

The Balrothery side made just 107 with Alan Mathew (34) and Eddie Richardson their top scorers. Eshan O'Sullivan and Throne Prophet each took three wickets.

The home side made hard work of the modest target and were indebted to Abdul Ghaffar (24) and Eshan O'Sullivan (21) to get them over the line despite the best efforts of Alan Mathew (3-19) and Eddie Richardson (2-24).