It’s a three-way tie at the top of the Section One table after Derriaghy, Saintfeld, and Donacloney Mill all made it three wins from three.

Tightest game of the day came at the Factory Ground where the home side eked out a two-run win against Templepatrick.
Mark Campbell’s 30 was the best of Donacloney Mill’s struggle to 84 all out – three wickets for John Busby.
However Templepatrick found things equally as tough, falling just short on 82 for 6 when the overs ran out. Philip Campbell 2-13 the best of the bowlers.

Gareth Harrison was in the runs again as Saintfield chased 90 to win by seven wickets against Armagh at The Mall.
Harrison followed up his midweek heroics as he top scored with 31, given good support by Ryan Smyth who made an unbeaten 30. Stuart Lester (2-11) was the pick of the Armagh attack.
The home side total of 90 for 5 was largely down to Colin Russell (36*) and Aaron Wright (25). It didn’t appear to be anywhere near enough and so it proved.

It was a stroll in the Upritchard Park for Derriaghy as they beat Bangor by six wickets with more than five overs to spare.
James Patterson top scored with 28 as the Seasiders crawled to 88 for 7, with two wickets apiece for Jordan Wade (2-19) and Curtis Moorhead (2-22).
Two wickets for Josh Bates (2-20) gave Bangor some respectability, but Derriaghy were always in cruise control as Craig Lewis made 27 in the six wickets win.

Cregagh were the highest scorers of the day as they posted 166 for 5 against Ballymena at Gibson Park.
Aaron Johnston made a half century and was given excellent support by Mark Johnston and Jay Hunter, who both scored 35.
John Glass responded with a half century of his own for the Braidmen but in a losing cause as they made 105 for 7 – two wickets for Craig Irvine and Adam McCormick.

Muckamore are still searching for their first win of the campaign after sliding to a six wickets loss at home to Cliftonville Academy.
Luke Allen’s 32 was a rare highlight of the Moylena side’s 110 for 7 – two wickets apiece for Johnny Terrett and Andrew Forbes.

The chase started well with Neil Cahill making 23 and David Reid looking in control. However, despite having only lost four wickets, the last over started with eight still needed.

They got them – off the last ball - with the aid of some help from the home side bowlers who sent down 20 wides and 2 no-balls – Reid finishing 38 not out.


Muckamore (0) lost to Cliftonville Academy (4) by 6 wickets
Moylena, 22 May.
Muckamore 110-7 (20.0 overs, L Allen 32, J Terrett 2-8, A Forbes 2-25)
Cliftonville Academy 114-4 (20.0 overs, D Reid 38, D Steen 2-16)
Donacloney Mill (4) beat Templepatrick (0) by 2 runs
Factory Ground, 22 May.
Donacloney Mill 84 (19.4 overs, M Campbell 30, J Busby 3-5)
Templepatrick 82-6 (20.0 overs, P Campbell 2-13)

Armagh (0) lost to Saintfield (4) by 7 wickets
The Mall, 22 May.
Armagh 90-5 (20.0 overs, C Russell 36*, A Wright 25)
Saintfield 91-3 (G Harrison 31, R Smyth 30*, S Lester 2-11)

Bangor (0) lost to Derriaghy (4) by 6 wickets
Upritchard Park, 22 May.
Bangor 88-7 (20.0 overs, J Patterson 28, J Wade 2-19, C Moorhead 2-22)
Derriaghy 92-4 (14.5 overs, C Lewis 27, J Bates 2-20)

Cregagh (4) beat Ballymena (0) by 61 runs
Gibson Park, 22 May.
Cregagh 166-5 (20.0 overs, A Johnston 50, M Johnston 35*, J Hunter 35, M Glass 2-22)
Ballymena 105-7 (20.0 overs, J Glass 52, C Irvine 2-14, A McCormick 2-16)