It's as you were at the top of Section One with wins for the top four, Derriaghy, Cliftonville Academy, Cregagh and Armagh.

Armagh joined mid-table Donacloney Mill and Saintfield thanks to a massive 170 run win over basement side Ballymena.

No one passed fifty in Armagh's 251-8, the runs shared between Michael Hoey (45), Harry Boyd (43), Aaron Wright (37) and Andrew Hoey (30).

Ballymena could only muster 81 in reply, Aaron Wright taking 3-8 and namesake Matthew 3-17 including a hat-trick. Michael Hoey also claiming three wickets in a result that sees Ballymena sharing bottom spot with Templepatrick.

Cliftonville Academy made short work of Bangor at the Castle Grounds dismissing the Seasiders for only 87 of which Michael Martin scored 27. Johnny Terrett took 3-18 with his left-arm spin and there were two wickets each for Matty McCord, Andrew Forbes and Niall Greenlees.

It was all over in the twelfth over as Max Burton (30), Neil Cahill (26) and Robbie Moffett (22*) brought an early end to proceedings.

Runs galore at the Memorial Recreation Ground as Cregagh rattled up 274, Danny Cooper (83) and Mark Johnston (61) again in the runs for the home side, Sinton taking with 5-35 and Tim McClure 3-48 for visitors Donacloney Mill.

For 'Cloney, Aaron Kennedy (62), Shane Warren (53) and Shinde (50) all passed the half century mark but none could go on to make the one decisive score that would have claimed the win.

Craig Boultwood (4-30), Adam McCormick (3-46) and batting hero Danny Cooper (2-43) ensured that Cregagh stay in touch with a narrow 7 run win.

Derriaghy held on to beat a spirited Templepatrick side at The Cloughan with 40s from Jordan Wade and Matthew Jennings in their 206/8, Ross Bryans taking 3-47, Matthew Stewart 2-26 and David Kane 2-35 for the home side.

Ross Bryans led the way in the chase with 73 and Ricky Greer chipped in with 44, but three wickets from Wayne Hughes and two apiece for Mark Stinson and Ross Bailey saw the table toppers hold Templepatrick to 193/8 and secure a 13 run win.

Big runs at Moylena where Jamie Magowan scored 99 in their 270/8, Sam Gordon with 52 and Ravi Shanbogue 31 the other main contributors. Gareth Harrison took 4-33 and Patrick Telford 2-40 for Saintfield.

No one got past fifty in the Saintfield reply, although Andrew McCavera (47) and Adam Sofley (47*) came close and Adam Reid added 36. Three wickets each for Ewan Wilson and Stuart Dempster saw Muckamore home by 28 runs in the high scoring encounter.


Armagh beat Ballymena by 170 runs The Mall, 19 June.

Armagh 251-8 (50.0 overs, M Hoey 45, J Boyd 43, A Wright 37) Ballymena 81 (A Wright 3-8, M Wright 3-17 (inc hat-trick) , M Hoey 3-27)

Cliftonville Academy beat Bangor by 8 wickets Castle Grounds, 19 June.

Bangor 87 (M Martin 27, J Terrett 3-18, M McCord 2-9, N Greenlees 2-2) Cliftonville Academy 88-2 (11.5 overs, M Burton 30, N Cahill 26)

Cregagh beat Donacloney Mill by 7 runs Cregagh Memorial Recreation Ground, 19 June. Cregagh 274 (D Cooper 83, M Johnston 61*, C Boultwood 32, R Sinton 5-35, T McClure 3-48) Donacloney Mill 267 (A Kennedy 62, S Warren 43, A McCorrmick 3-46, C Boultwood 4-30, D Cooper 2-43)

Muckamore beat Saintfield by 28 runs Moylena, 19 June.

Muckamore 270-8 (J Magowan 99, S Gordon 52, R Shanbogue 31, G Harrison 4-33, P Telford 2-40) Saintfield 242-8 (A Sofley 47*, A McCavera 47, A Reid 36, E Wilson 3-41, S Dempster 3-46)

Templepatrick lost to Derriaghy by 13 runs The Cloughan, 19 June.

Derriaghy 206-8 (J Wade 47, M Jennings 41, C Lewis 28, R Bryans 3-47, M Stewart 2-26, D Kane 2-35) Templepatrick 193-8 (R Bryans 73, R Greer 44, W Hughes 3-18, M Stinson 2-26, R Bailey 2-46)