Brigade will meet Eglinton in the final of the Faughan Valley Cup after both won with relative ease in tonight's semi-finals.
Mark Averill top scored with 33 and Jamie Millar made 30 as Eglinton posted 157 for 7 - two wickets apiece for William McBrine and Gary McClintock.
In reply Donemana fell short - finishing on 134 for 9 despite a typically hard-hit 52 in 23 balls from Ritchie McBrine which included 4 fours and 5 sixes.
Jamie Huey made 39, while Andrew Millar claimed three wickets and Mark Averill two.
Kyle Magee 55 not out from 43 balls, which included 7 fours and a six helped Brigade to a six wicket win against Bready, chasing down 120.
Adam McDaid made 20, while Bready captain David Scanlon took 2 for 16.
Bready's 120 for 7 saw runs for Irosh 30, Mervyn Magee 26, and Ian Young 25, while Ryan Barr took 3 for 29 against his old club, while Brigade skipper Andy Britton took 2 for 12.
In the Eric Cooke Cup a century from Aaron Gillespie and five wickets for Tanvir Hassan saw Strabane beat Newbuildings by 98 runs.
Skipper Gillespie hit JT for a four and a six off the last two balls of the innings to reach his hundred off the last ball of the innings. His 100 came from 59 balls, and included 9 fours and 7 sixes.
Leg-spinner Hassan claimed five wickets and there was three for Rhys Logue as Newbuildings slumped to 72 all out.
Fox Lodge beat Ardmore by 67 runs in the other semi. Jason Milligan made 48 not out and TJ Nicholl 32 as they posted 159 for 8 - three wickets for Peter Harrigan and two for Rachit Gaur.
Ardmore failed their trial by spin as they were bowled out for 92 - three wickets for Foxies skipper Aaron Heywood and Jonny Robinson in a dominant all-round display.
St Johnston chased 140 to beat Glendermott by five wickets in the Sperrin Springs semi-final.
Michael Rankin making 42 and Jack Macbeth 37 in an opening stand of 69. Ian Macbeth made a vital 25 not out and David Anthony's two sixes off Nauman Anwar in the penultimate over proved decisive.
Anthony had earlier taken four wickets and Nauman top scored with 77 in Glendermott's 140.
They will face Killyclooney in the final as half centuries from Timmy Dougherty and Alan Colhoun saw them beat Coleraine by eight wickets chasing 125.