The Donemana senior side may have suffered a drubbing at the hands of Bready but their intermediate counterparts gained revenge with a convincing win at The Holm.

Levi Dougherty gained the headlines with 6 sixes in an over on his way to a rapid fire 63, with Joe Robinson (50) and Junior McBrine (70*) also hit half centuries on their way to 257 for 7. McCloskey (3-24) and McCombe (2-25) the best with the ball.

Bready were never in contention in the chase despite entertaining cameos from Derek Allen (43), James McCombe (38) and Marc Fleming (21). Spinners Junior McBrine (6-20) and Mark Simpson (3-29) doing the damage.

Jordan Austin hit 63 as Fox Lodge beat Sion Mills by 57 runs in the other Tyrone derby, while the closest game of the day at Beechgrove saw Brigade pip Eglinton by 1 run.

Mark Simpson top scored with 35 and Mark Gillespie chipped in with 26 as Brigade posted 129 for 9 - Richard Keys (3-42), Corin Kyte (2-10) and Paddy Singh (2-19) the main wicket takers.

Josh Martin hit 38 and Jonathan Allen 27 in the Eglinton reply, but they fell one agonising run short with Robin Martin run out from the last ball attempting to gain the tie. Simpson completed a fine all-round display with 4 for 23, while, teenager Adam Moore impressed with 3 for 27.

Newly promoted Ardmore were the biggest winners of the day as they trounced Bonds Glen by 147 runs. Conor King (73), Damien Gallagher (66), and Joseph Brolly (53) all hit half centuries on their way to 293 for 9, with Paul Brolly also scoring 35. 14 year-old Ben Nixon claimed a five-wicket haul.

In reply Bonds Glen scored 146 with Adam Buchanan thumping 55 and Ken Colhoun making 26. Glyn King was best with the ball taking 3 for 28, while there were two wickets apiece for Sean Gormley and Dean Chambers.

In Q2 Bready received a walkover as Coleraine scratched, while Limavady got their campaign up and running with an emphatic seven wicket victory over a weakened Newbuildings who were dismissed for 69. Gareth Martin and Andrew Doey were the main wicket takers.

The modest total proved little trouble for the Roesiders as Ivor Lapsley (39*) and William Calderwood shared a half century opening stand.

Glendermott were 10 wicket winners at Strabane following a convincing all-round display. Red Caps skipper Martin Deans ploughed a lonely furrow as he hit 58 out of his team's total of 90. Dylan (3-9) and Andrew Lynch (2-26) among the wickets. Alan Lynch hit an undefeated 52 and Simon Cresswell (26*) as they cruised to the full points win.

In Q3, Colin Campbell was another century scorer for Killyclooney on a day to remember for the club as they beat North Fermanagh. He thumped 19 fours and four sixes in his unbeaten 135, putting on 102 for the second wicket with Neil Alcorn (35).

Killyclooney finished on 251 for 7 with Ben Thompson (3-39) best for the Kesh men, In reply Fermanagh were bundled out for 72, with only Ian Wilson (25) offering any resistance.

Promoted Maghera will have to wait for their debut in Q3 as they received a walk-over against Donemana. St Johnston edged out Ballyspallen with a narrow two-wicket win. Wallace Martin and Gregory Wilson both made 19 as they posted 122 for 8. Scott Macbeth (3-28) and Deepak (2-18) the main wicket takers.

Derek Corscadden took 4 for 8 to put the Saints in trouble but an unbeaten 30 from Manav Bhavsar secured the points for the Donegal side.

In Q4, Ardmore's game against Coleraine fell victim to the elements and will now be replayed next month. Fox Lodge skittled Eglinton for 56 on their way to an eight-wicket win, while game of the day was at Magheramason where Bready edged out Killyclooney in a last over thriller.

Adam Neil top scored with 32 as Killyclooney made 101/9, with Matthew Campbell (4-12), Nathan McComber (3-34) and Trevor Hamilton (2-4) the wicket takers.

Jason Wallace (4-26) had Bready in all sorts of trouble, but cometh the hour cometh the man, as Trevor Hamilton rolled back the years with a match-winning unbeaten 42, including two sixes to seal the three wicket win in the last over.

He was helped by youngsters Matthew Campbell and Nathan McCombe who both played vital roles in securing the points.