Rain badly affected cricket in the Qualifying Leagues with the entire Q1 programme wiped out.

There was better news In Q2 where three games managed to beat the elements. The Nedd top the table despite losing at Strabane on Sunday after beating Glendermott the day before.

Brandon Burns (4-23) and Vinny O'Hara (2-14) restricted Glendermott to 127 for 8, with Tylor Moore (55) and Alan Lynch (38) top scorers. Jacob Logan-Wilson's 50 not out saw The Nedd post a six-wicket win - Johnny Young chipping in with 32.

Tommy Barr's 54 and 48 from Tony Gallagher saw Strabane overhaul the Nedd's 166 for 8 at Strabane Park on Sunday. Barr and Manu Sharma both took two wickets as The Nedd scored 166-8 - Creighton Wilson (30), Derek Scott (30) and Vinny O'Hara (29) the main run scorers.

Ardmore were three-wicket winners at St Johnston thanks primarily to an unbeaten 89 from Thomas Brolly as his team chased down 210 to win of the penultimate delivery - Mark Chambers (36) and Peter Harrigan (34) also chipping in.

Ian Macbeth (69) and Jack Macbeth (36) top scored for the Donegal side, with George Brolly (4-34) and Dee McKeever (3-29) the main wicket takers.

There was just the one game in Q3 as a solid batting effort by Newbuildings saw them overhaul Ballyspallen's 157 for 5. Peter Allen (29), Craig Mooney (28) and Jordan McCorkell (27) all among the runs in the successful chase. James Thompson (61), Mark McCann (32) and Wallace Martin (26) the top scorers for 'Spallen.

Maghera top Q4 after a 28-run win at Fox Lodge. Chris Evans top scored with 50 as Maghera posted 133 for 3. Keith Gordon hit 34 in reply but with Matthew Caufield bowling superbly to claim 3 for 14, Maghera ran out deserved victors.

Mark Gillen's 56 and 31 from Kyle Martin helped Ardmore to a seven-wicket win at Coleraine, as they made short work of their 157 target - Ben Johnston's 65 not out the highlight for the Bannsiders.

Eglinton came out the right side of a high-scoring win over Killyclooney. Half centuries from Dylan McElhatton (70) and Josh Martin saw the villagers score 196 for 8. That was just about enough as John McCreanor smashed 95 in a valiant reply - Killyclooney scoring 184, with Josh Martin (4-10) and Corin Kyte (3-32) best with the ball for Eglinton.