David Vincent and David Delany both scored centuries as Clontarf beat Balbriggan by 53 runs in a high scoring contest at Castle Avenue. The pair shared a second wicket stand of 208, with Delany top-scoring with a 135 from 137 balls (13 fours, 1 six), while Vincent made 104 his second hundred in two weeks. A total of 283 for 6 was always going to be challenging, and four wickets for Mick Granger ensured they were always in control, despite half centuries for Chris de Freitas (62) and Nathan Rooney (60) in their 230.

Alistair Frost scored his maiden century for Malahide, and in the process threw a spanner in the works of a Merrion side battling for the title. Frost hit 11 boundaries in his unbeaten 104 to take his side to 238 for 7, sharing half century partnerships with Hunter Kindley (28) and Fintan McAllister (38). Jack Carty made 54 in the chase, but Merrion struggled, with the Frost brothers taking a combined five wickets to strangle the reply. Daniel Forkin made an unbeaten 28 late on to help them salvage something, as they ended on 176 for 9.

A third wicket stand of 124 between Adam Rosslee and Tim Tector led YMCA to a comfortable seven wicket win over Phoenix. Chasing a modest 180, Conor Sheil struck two early blows dismissing Jack Tector and Mitch Thompson. However, Rosslee struck 7 fours and 3 sixes in an unbeaten 84 from 82 balls in a match winning stand with Tim Tector, who made 51 (3 fours, 2 sixes). Earlier, Harshit Harshit so good they named him twice took four wickets, three of them first up as Phoenix slumped to 15 for 4. William Bennett (48) and Tyrone Kane (41) added 90 for the 5th wicket, but a final total of 180 proved woefully inadequate.

The Hills are very much in the title hunt after an emphatic eight-wicket win over Pembroke. Dylan Blignaut took three wickets as Pembroke slumped to 67 for 6. Paul Lawson (61) and David Cosgrave (47) staged a salvage operation with a seventh wicket stand of 97, but a total of 186 looked light at Sydney Parade. It looked even lighter as Athar Farooqi (37) and Cormac McLoughlin-Gavin shared a century opening partnership. McLoughlin-Gavin hit eight boundaries in an unbeaten 89, adding a further 57 with Andrew Kavanagh (38) as The Hills coasted to victory in the 37th over.