Two matches managed to survive the weather in the NCU and it was Uptown Top Rankin for Lisburn who edged out Waringstown in a last ball thriller in the game of the day at The Lawn.

Debutant Graham Hume top scored with 41 as Waringstown posted 127 for 5 - two wickets for Boyd Rankin on his first outing for Lisburn, while David Simpson was also excellent taking for 16.

A shower at the interval meant they were chasing a revised target of 119 in 18 overs, and Robert Rankin got them off to a fast start as he made 46 from 32 balls before being caught spectacularly by Hume on the long-on boundary off Lee Nelson.

12 were required off the last over from Kyle McCallan, which became 7 from 2, but Glenn Halliday was the Wallace Park hero as he hit the penultimate ball for 6 and scrambled the winning single off the last to seal a famous win.

Meanwhile at Shaw's Bridge it was the Stuart Thompson show.

The Civil Service all-rounder made light of a target of 105 in 15 overs against Instonians as he clubbed 6 sixes and 6 fours in a whirlwind unbeaten 73 from just 37 deliveries.

Thompson shared a second wicket stand of 95 with New Zealander Luke Georgeson who followed up his 2 for 16 with an unbeaten 22.

No play was possible in the games between CIYMS and Woodvale plus Carrick and North Down.

In section One there were wins for Armagh, Cregagh, Derriaghy, and Donaghcloney Mill.