There was double cause for celebration at Wallace Park on Bank Holiday Monday as Lisburn U13 girls and U15 boys won All-Ireland semi-finals against Bready.

In the U15 match, Milo Thompson top-scored with 54 from just 38 balls, sharing a half century stand for the 5th wicket with John Cunningham (29).

Travis Faulkner (3-15) had made early inroads, while skipper Jonathan Orr (2-11) was also among the wickets as Lisburn posted 116 for 7.

Bready's chase was dealt a blow after Ben Campbell was run out early on, and despite runs for Millie Spence (16) and Swarnim Jha (14), they were bowled out for just 77.

Alex Magee took the bowling honours with 4 for 5, while Matty Gray also picked up two wickets - following on from his six wickets in the Graham Cup final  - in the 39-run win.

Lisburn will face the winners of Cork Harlequins v Pembroke, who are due to play this weekend.

The U13 girls semi-final was a real thriller as Lisburn dug deep to eke out a three-wicket win.

Jodie Spence (19) and Erin Mowbray (11) plus 45 extras helped Bready to 90 for 7.

Rebecca Lowe had the superb figures of 4 for 14, while Anna Hamilton picked up 2 for 18.

Early wickets for Mansi Bhavsar (2-6), Charlene Young (2-14) and Jodie Spence (2-17) had Lisburn in all strife at 20 for 5 before a great fightback.

Lucy Humphreys - sister of Irish international Matthew - hit 25, while Anna Monaghan (20) and Olivia Morrow (16*) all in the runs to seal the 3-wicket win in the last over.

Lisburn will meet Pembroke in the U13 girls final.