Game of the day in the North West was at Bready where the home side beat Ardmore by 9 runs in a high scoring thriller.

Bready racked up 291 for 3 with Jamie Magee and Irosh Samarasooriya both scoring centuries as they shared a second wicket stand of 171 in 22.4 overs.

Magee his 11 boundaries in his maiden hundred for the club, while Irosh's 106 came from just 76 balls and included 13 fours and 2 sixes.

Ardmore were also penalised six runs for a slow over rate and that was to prove crucial in a tight game.

South African professional Tyron Koen hit 11 fours and a six in his 77 from 60 balls, sharing a stand of 93 from 69 deliveries with skipper Jared Wilson before being adjudged lbw.

Wilson though kept finding the boundary, hitting 8 sixes and 8 fours in an unbeaten 108 from 73 balls, but skipper David Scanlon held his nerve in the final over to claim four wickets and seal a nine-run win.

Donemana skipper Andy McBrine and opener Dean Mehaffey both scored centuries as they beat Burndennett by 83 runs.

They shared a third wicket partnership of 183 in 22 overs, as Donemana scored 260 for 3.

Irish international McBrine hit 9 fours and 6 sixes in his 101 from 69 balls, while opener Mehaffey reached his maiden hundred for Donemana off the penultimate ball - taking 108 balls and hitting 11 fours and a six.

Burndennett's chase never got close although it was respectable as they made 177. Corey Roulston top-scored with 31, while there were starts too for Mark Doherty (30) and Ross McCay (29).

Jordan McGonigle picked up 3-19 while Willie McBrine, Levi Dougherty and Andy McBrine each claimed too as they won by 83 runs.

Tylor Moore held his nerve to clinch a three-wicket win for Glendermott against St Johnston. With the game in the balance he hit 4 sixes and 3 fours in an unbeaten 41 from just 19 balls to seal a three-wicket win chasing 192.

Glendermott professional Nauman Anwar top scored with 47 on debut, while Bob Robinson (40) and Jason Lynch (38) also made useful contributions.

St Johnston's 192 was dominated by 16 year-old Scott Macbeth who hit 11 boundaries in his 81 from 93 balls, adding 57 for the fifth wicket with his father Ian (23), while Todd Killen claimed five wickets for The Rectory side.

Brigade collected full points as they dismissed Strabane for just 66 as they defended 145 in a low scoring match at Beechgrove.

Skipper Andy Britton set the tone as he claimed three wickets within his first ten balls of the chase, including his Red Caps counterpart Aaron Gillespie, finishing with 4 for 17.

Johnny Robinson hit four sixes and 3 fours as he top scored with 52 as Fox Lodge made 216 for 6 to beat Bonds Glen by 11 runs in a close game at Ballymagorry - Rehan Afridi top scoring with 47 for the Bee Gees who battled throughout but three wickets for Gareth Heywood proved vital.

Eglinton's excellent season continued as they won by five wickets at Ballyspallen.

Curtis McElwee hit 9 fours and 2 sixes in a top score of 68 from 70 balls as the home side made 139 - three wickets for Stephen Dunn.

Stuart Kennedy’s 3-15 had Eglinton nerves on edge, but it was relatively straightforward in the end as Jamie Millar's 42 not out and 37 from Tommy Orr ensured the win.

Scott Campbell hit 6 fours and 3 sixes as he top scored with 59 for Coleraine, but the Bannsiders were indebted to late runs by Alan Whitcroft who hit 8 fours in an unbeaten 47 as they recovered from 128 for 7 to post 224-8 at home to Killyclooney - Timmy Dougherty taking four wickets.

Killyclooney could only manage 108 in the chase - Alan Colhoun's 30 the highlight.

Scott Campbell's fine all-round display continued as he took three wickets, while there were two apiece for Stephen Hutchinson and Varun Chopra ensured a 116-run win and maximum points.