Johnny Havern starred as Sion Mills got their season up and running with a four-wicket win against Bonds Glen in a low-scoring encounter.

Havern took 4 for 15, with Brandon O'Neill claiming two wickets as Bonds Glen struggled to 83 for 9 - Mervyn Magee top scoring with 19.

Jason Curry took 3 for 5 as Sion didn't have it all their own way in the chase, but 23 from Havern and a vital 10 not out from O'Neill got them over the line.

Spare a thought for Harry Waterstone who took six wickets to bundle Ardmore out for 60, but a hail shower covered the ground and saw the game abandoned - Brigade too finding conditions tricking as they slumped to 8 for 4 before a mini-recovery took them to 20 before the game was called off.

Levi Dougherty was in the runs again, hitting five fours in his second consecutive half century for Donemana. He top scored with 54 in their 112 total at Eglinton, with three wickets apiece for Corin Kyte, Jack Martin and Paddy Singh.

Junior McBrine (3-11) and Mark Simpson (2-22) were among the wickets but Graeme Lamrock's unbeaten 50 coupled with crucial cameos from Robbie Millar (19) and Jonathan Allen (16) ensured Eglinton won by four wickets.

Marc McCloskey's Man-of-the-Match display helped Bready to a five-wicket win against Fox Lodge. He, Dale McGonigle, and Derek Allen took three wickets apiece as the Foxies made 100 - Lee Finlay (27) and Clive Allen (24) their main contributors.

He then top scored with 33 in the chase, with skipper Mark Olphert (20*) getting them over the line despite the best efforts of Finaly (2-24).

In Qualifying Two, Stephen McCartney (53) and Colin Manson (49) shared a 67-run opening stand, while Wilson Torrens made 26 as Coleraine posted 168 for 6.

Garth Watson followed up his three wickets with 20 not out to leave the contest evenly poised at 51 for 2 before the mother of all hail showers saw this match abandoned too. Sher Khan (2-22) was the wicket taker for the Bannsiders.

Michael Lynch took 4 for 7 as Strabane's batting woes continued as they were skittled for 56 at Limavady. Gary McDaid and John McMichael picked up a brace apiece too.

Ian McCluskey (33*) and Craig Hartin (15*) ensured the Roesiders raced to victory in just 9.1 overs.

The Nedd were almost as emphatic winners after they skittled Bready for 79, for whom Nanni Mehta top scored with 23.

Vinny O'Hara claimed 3 for 1, while there were two wickets apiece for Keith Burns, Jacob Logan-Wilson and Johnny Young.

Sean Hargan hit 55 not out in the win, with Matthew Campbell (2-23) the sole successful bowler for Bready.

In Q3 Paul Britton hit 12 fours and 4 sixes as 72 of his 78 runs came in boundaries, but despite his best efforts Donemana could only make 116 for 8 against Killyclooney. Jason Parkhill took 3-15, while there were two apiece for Keith Buchanan and Andrew Neil.

Killyclooney sealed a five-wicket win thanks to Jordan Nelson unbeaten 54 from 49 balls, which contained 7 fours. Andrew Neil (24) and Evan Barr (18*) chipped in to record the bragging rights in the local derby. Jake Craig (2-10) best with the ball for the Holm side.

The weather saw Maghera's game abandoned at the half way stage at St Johnston with the home side making 145.

There was no play in the Fermanagh match against Ballyspallen, nor the Killyclooney versus Fox Lodge match. The Foxies did clinch a five-wicket win over Bready as they chased 138 to win by five wickets in their Q4 clash.