Local cricket and the semi-final line ups for the Faughan Valley and Eric Cooke T20 Cups were confirmed last night (TUES).

Brigade beat Ardmore by 5 runs but it wasn't enough to prevent the Bleachgreen side from reaching the last four, where they will meet Bready.

Donemana are also through after beating Drummond by 3 wickets - they will travel to Coleraine in the other Faughan Valley semi-final.

Meanwhile, in the Championship it was a historic night at St Johnston where father and daughter Clarkie and Melanie Killen became the first father and daughter to umpire a match in Ireland - indeed, Melanie is the first female umpire in the North-West's history.

In the game St Johnston won by 50 runs and they will meet Killyclooney in the first semi-final of the Eric Cooke plate.

Burndennett set up a local derby with Strabane in the other semi-final, thanks to a remarkable bowling performance by Mark Pollock, who took 7 for 20 in his first bowl at senior level, which also saw him claim four wickets in four balls.