William McClintock's brilliant 195 led Donemana to a convincing victory against Coleraine at The Holm.

The skipper rescued his side from a wobbly start as he smashed 21 sixes and 12 fours in his 101-ball innings, firstly sharing a stand of 93 with Dean Mehaffey as the home side had been rocked by early wickets from Stephen Hutchinson and Gareth Burns.

'Supermac' added 190 in 16/3 overs with Dwayne McGerrigle who thumped 7 sixes and four fours himself in his 73 from 47 deliveries.

A final total of 342 - three wickets for Hutchinson and Rory Knox - was always likely to be well beyond the reach of the Bannsiders and so it proved.

Hutchinson top scored with 34, while there were contributions from Scott Campbell (32) and Gareth Burns (27) in their 175.

Spinners Jordan McGonigle  with 5-22 and Willie McBrine (3-51) the pick of the Donemana attack.

Bready stunned Brigade as they showed the value of fighting spirit and teamwork in a 60-run win.

They looked to be struggling throughout their innings, but the tail wagged to get them to 171, helped by 32 extras.

David Rankin (30), Steve Lazars (29) and Kyhat Bhavsar (27*) - who added a valuable 39 for the last wicket with Cameron Knight all doing well.

David Scanlon struck two early blows, with David Rankin taking stunning slip catches, and at 17 for 3 the Beechgrove side were reeling.

Kyle Magee made 38 but there was little else to cheer for Brigade as they were dismissed for 111 - Steve Lazars (3-22) again among the wickets with his wily left-arm spin.

It was a tale of two centuries at Bonds Glen where Raymond Curry hit 8 sixes and 7 fours in his 104 as Bonds Glen posted 209 for 4.

It wasn't enough though as left-hander Peter Harrigan employed the cut and pull to good effect, hitting 17 fours and 5 sixes in and unbeaten 114.

Tyron Koen (31) and skipper Jared Wilson hit 5 fours in a rapid 21 not out to seal a seven wickets win.

Newbuildings were emphatic ten-wickets winners against Killyclooney, who were dismissed for 108.

JT took four wickets, Jason Dunn three and Trent McKeegan two in a fine display, backed up by two superb catches from McIvor and McKeegan.

Mark Hanna (68*) hit 6 sixes and 7 fours as he and Gareth McKeegan (38*) sealed the maximum points win inside 13 overs.

It was a similar story at Burndennett, as the hosts were dismissed for just 89 by Eglinton.

Mark Averill led the way with four wickets, assisted by Stevie Dunn with three and Simon Dunn with a couple.

Craig Averill hit 10 fours in his undefeated 53, while Tommy Orr made an unbeaten 23 as Eglinton coasted to the finishing line.

Strabane were also comfortable winners as they beat Glendermott by eight wickets.

Although now without two of their three Dublin based players, leg-spinner Tanvir Hassan remains, and he picked up two wickets, as did Rhys Logue, and Tom Harpur as Glendermott were all out for 122.

Reece Laird (41), Craig Mooney (25) and Trevor McDermott (23) among the runs for The Rectory side.

The chase was a routine one as openers Kevin Gallagher and Rhys Logue hit 31 each, while Red Caps captain Aaron Gillespie was 40 not out in the eight wicket win.

St Johnston were back in their Donegal home and their return was a winning one thanks to Ian Macbeth.

Fox Lodge had made 172 with Johnny 'Bap' Robinson's 49, which included 5 fours and 3 sixes the top score.

There were runs too for  Jason Milligan (29), TJ Nicholl (22) and Linfield footballer Mattie Clarke (21).

Dawid Barnard took four wickets, while there were two apiece for Michael Rankin and Ian Macbeth.

It was to be Macbeth who was the home side hero as he showed all his experience to get his side over the line as he hit 8 fours and 3 sixes in an unbeaten 65 to seal the two wickets win with an over to spare.