Kyle Magee scored an unbeaten century as Brigade completed an excellent weekend as they travelled to Coleraine and came away with a 64-run win.
Ryan Macbeth was promoted up the order to open the innings, and he took full advantage to play an excellent knock in conjunction with Magee after the wickets of DD Barr (18) and Adam McDaid (23).
The two young players shared a third wicket stand of 152 as Brigade made an excellent 246 for 4 in their 40 overs – all four wickets taken by Gareth Burns (4-28).
Magee hit 6 fours and 5 sixes in his century, while Macbeth hit 9 fours and 4 sixes in his 90, just missing out on a deserved century.
Macbeth (2-31) struck two early blows dismissing Scott Campbell and Patrick Carson cheaply, and at 89 for 5 the contest was as good as over.
David Cooke (67*) and Matthew Hutchinson (53*) both scored half centuries as they added 93 for the 6th wicket, but the result was never in doubt as the Bannsiders finished on 182 for 5.
Eglinton and Ardmore tied in dramatic fashion to share the Shaun Bradley Memorial Trophy.
Brothers Jamie and Andy Millar both made 35, while there were 20s for Tommy Orr and Mark Averill as they scored 172 – Rachit Gaur completing his second five-wicket haul of the weekend.
Ardmore captain Jared Wilson top scored with 54 (5 fours, 3 sixes) in the chase, while a run-a-ball 42 from Tyron Koen also gave Ardmore hope.
However, only having ten players came back to haunt them as they lost their ninth and final wicket with the scores level, having to settle for a share of the spoils.
Robbie Millar took three wickets, while there were two apiece for Stephen Dunn and Mark Averill.
Meanwhile, in the Championship, Strabane continued their decent form with a 23-run win over Burndennett.
The Red Caps made exactly 200 as they batted first in this one; Tom Harpur top scoring with 48 while Rhys Logue added 47 and Kevin Gallagher 36.
Eddie McGettigan (4-48) was best with the ball for the home side, supported by Gary Neely and Conan Pollock who both picked up a couple of wickets.
Pollock (42) and McGettigan (26) also topped the batting returns but it wasn't to be enough as 'Dennett's reply closed on 177.
Killyclooney posted a 7 wicket win at Bonds Glen in the final game of the day courtesy of an excellent performance from William Finlay.
Raymond Curry hit 45 (9 fours) and Ryan Barr made 20 while William Finlay helped himself to 4-34 for the visitors as the Bee Gees set a target of 148.
Giles Moan and Jordan Nelson claimed two wickets each as well, but Finlay made 54 and Giles Moan 41 as the visitors had plenty to spare.
At Sandel Lodge, Brigade (25pts) beat Coleraine (0pts) by 64 runs
Brigade 246/4 (40 overs; K Magee 100*, R Macbeth 90, A McDaid 23; G Burns 4-28)
Coleraine 182/5 (40 overs; D Cooke 71*, M Hutchinson 52*; R Allen 2-28, R Macbeth 2-31)
At Eglinton, Eglinton (12.5pts) tied with Ardmore (12.5pts)
Eglinton 172 (38.2 overs; J Millar 35, A Millar 35, T Orr 23, M Averill 20; R Gaur 5-40, T Koen 2-31)
Ardmore 172 (39.2 overs; J Wilson 54, T Koen 42; R Millar 3-30, M Averill 2-22, Ste Dunn 2-23)
Fox Lodge v Newbuildings postponed.
At Burndennett, Strabane beat Burndennett by 23 runs
Strabane 200 (39.4 overs; T Harpur 48, R Logue 47, K Gallagher 36; E McGettigan 4-48, G Neely 2-21, C Pollock 2-51)
Burndennett 177 (39.2 overs; C Pollock 42, E McGettigan 26)
At Bonds Glen, Killyclooney beat Bonds Glen by 7 wickets
Bonds Glen 148 (39 overs; R Curry 45, R Barr 20: W Finlay 4-34, G Moan 2-20, J Nelson 2-38)
Killyclooney 153/3 (21.1 overs; W Finlay 54, G Moan 41)