Donemana edged out Bready to win the League Four Cup in a last ball thriller at Burndennett.

The Holm side made 168 for 6 batting first with Man of the Match Jacob Black top-scoring with 56 (5 fours, 2 sixes), while they were given a good start by openers Lee Cloughton (37) and Ryan McClintock (16).

The middle-order chipped in with runs too for Roy McGerrigle (18*), Roy McBrine (15) and Ryan Gardiner (12*).

Bready skipper Graham Loughlin took three wickets including McBrine and Richard Dougherty with successive deliveries.

The consensus was the total was par and the contest could well go to the wire, and so it proved.

Bready lost three early wickets including Trevor Hamilton first ball - 'Hammy' had made a brilliant century in the original final, so his dismissal gave Donemana a tremendous lift.

Nigel Campbell (32) overcame a shaky start to add 51 with Aaron Kee (26), and when Lindsey Allen (31) and Richard Spence (27) took Bready to 136 for 5, it looked as if the trophy was heading to Magheramason.

Roy McBrine (3-44) accounted for Allen and Spence to leave the game in the balance, and it came down to the final few balls.

Lewis Robinson dismissed Loughlin from the penultimate ball, and restricted Bready to a single from the last to seal a two-run win.

Ollie Britton (2-19) and Roy McGerrigle (2-33) were also in the wickets as the dramatic game brought the curtain down on the North West season.