Ballyspallen beat Donemana in the shock of the season, while Ardmore skittled Brigade for 73. Elsewhere there were wins for Eglinton, Bready, Fox Lodge, Newbuildings and St Johnston.

Curtis McElwee top scored with 83 from 70 balls hitting 10 fours and 4 sixes as Spallen posted 215.

He shared stands of 53 for the 4th wicket with opener Andy Christie, the veteran making 48 from 60 balls (9 fours and a six) and 52 for the 5th wicket with Luke Gilfillan.

McElwee's dismissal saw the visitors go from 201 for 5 in 34 overs to 215 all out with nine balls left. Stand-in skipper Jordan McGonigle took 4 for 27 and two wickets for Ritchie McBrine (2-42).

Josh Wilson, NW U17 took four early wickets to leave Donemana 28 for 4. Ritchie McBrine counterattacked hitting 6 fours and 6 sixes in 68 from 29 balls, adding 67 in 6 overs with Gary McClintock (23).

It was to be McElwee's day as he dismissed McBrine and took four wickets as Spallen produced a result that reverberated around the region.

At Foyleview, Newbuildings beat Burndennett by 60 runs in ahigh scoring encounter.

Skipper Gareth McKeegan top scored with 82 from 79 balls hitting 9 fours and 4 sixes, as he shared an opening stand of 100 in 15.4 overs with Mark Hanna, who made 47 from 53 balls with 8 fours and a six.

There were three wickets for left-arm spinner Aaron McDermott and two each for Steven Williamson and Mark Pollock.

In the chase, Mark Mooney top scored with 43 from 44 balls hitting 7 fours and a six adding 57 for the sixth wicket with Corey Roulston (27) but in truth they never really threatened the total.

There were four wickets for Trent McKeegan (4-19) and two for Johnny Thompson (2-21).

Eglinton leapfrog Donemana to top Group B after a 28-run win at home against Coleraine.

Jamie Millar top-scored with 95 not out from 103 balls hitting 7 fours and 3 sixes.

He shared an unbroken 6th wicket stand of 106 in 70 balls with his brother, captain Andy Millar, who scored 51 not out from 41 balls, 3 fours, 3 sixes.

In the reply. Rory Knox responded to a promotion to opener as he top scored with 57, hitting 6 fours and a six.

He shared a second wicket stand of 61 with Scott Campbell (33).

The Bannsiders needed 70 off 7 overs with six wickets left but Davy Cooke holed out to the midwicket boundary off Robbie Millar.

Simon Dunn then claimed three wickets in four balls ending with 4-35 - a good weekend for Eglinton after they had reached the Faughan Valley final on Friday.

Bready stay unbeaten at the top of Group A after a six wicket win at Strabane Park.

Red Caps kipper Aaron Gillespie looked to continue his good form from last night as he hit 6 fours in his 29 but there was little else in the batting as three wickets apiece from Reece Kelly (3-15) and Khyat Bhavsar (3-20) plus two for captain Davy Scanlon saw Strabane 111 all out.

Bready were always in control of the chase with Sri Lankan Irosh Samarasooriya making 60 not out from 62 balls - 2 fours and 4 sixes, as they eased to a six wickets win.

Fox Lodge made it a weekend double as they edged out Glendermott by three wickets at Ballymagorry.

Pakistan professional Nauman Anwar top scored with 74 from 69 balls (6 fours, 4 sixes), in an opening stand of 81 with Todd Killen (16).

There were four wickets apiece for Jamie McIntyre (4-19) and Johnny Robinson (4-24) as Glendermott were 191 all out.

Fox Lodge slipped to 90 for 6 in the chase, but Johnny Robinson hit 5 fours and 3 sixes as he top scored with 55, adding 65 with skipper Aaron Heywood 40 not out, who guided them home sharing an unbroken 8th wicket stand with Ali Doherty (13 not out).

Closest game of the day was at The Boathole where St Johnston 120 all out beat Bonds Glen 117 by 3 runs.

Josh Cole top scored with 20 and Michael Rankin 19, while there was three wickets for Derek Curry who had superb figures of 8-5-7-3.

Mattie Barr hit 6 fours and a six as he made 38 and at 60 for 1 Bonds Glen looked well on course for the win until he was dismissed by Ian Macbeth (2-16).

Michael Rankin also took two wickets including overseas professional Rehan Afridi. Bonds Glen needed 5 with two wickets left but Dawid Barnard (3-13) accounted for Richie Barr and Kyle Moore to seal a three-run win in a thriller.

There was a turn up for the books as Ardmore beat Brigade by 67 runs at Beechgrove.

Ardmore opener Dharm Singh top scored with patient 36 from 81 balls with 5 fours, while Conor King made 21.

They went from 77-2 to 89 for 6 inc prize wickets of professional Tyron Koen, Singh and captain Jared Wilson.

Ross Allen 3-22, plus two wickets apiece for Ifty Hussain and Ryan Barr.

Brigade's top order batting has been fragile all year and collapsed to 27 for 6 with South African professional Tyron Koen (3-16) and Conor Brolly (2-11) doing early damage.

Spinner Dharm Singh then found prodigious turn on helpful pitch to claim 4-21, as only Ryan Barr (18) reached double figures.

That win means Ardmore join Bready in already qualifying for the Premiership cut-off, while the final two places in Group A will most likely go to Brigade and Fox Lodge.

Still, there is a lot of cricket still to be played.