There were just two matches played over the weekend in the lower leagues due to a free weekend with the Test.
In Q2, Glendermott emerged comfortable 8-wicket winners at home to Coleraine, as Alex Boyd took 4 for 13 to dismiss the Bannsiders for 102.
Vischal Chopra clubbed 5 fours and 2 sixes in a belligerent 52, while Rory Handforth chipped in with 23.
Ben Mills (3-7) and Todd Killen (2-15) were the other main wicket takers.
Alan Lynch got the Glendermott reply off to a flying start, thumping 4 sixes on his way to 39, and Garth Watson unbeaten 34 from 29 balls (5 fours, 1 six) ensured a routine win with 8 overs to spare.
There was no better fortunes for Coleraine in their Q4 clash at Ardmore.
They got off to a dreadful start as the top three including Colin Manson went for ducks - in total seven Coleraine players failed to register a run.
Russell Barnard, Tom Martin, Glynn King and Dee McKeever all among the wickets, but the bowling honours went to veteran seamer David Bradley who grabbed a hat-trick on his way to figures of 4 for 4.
That haul included a hat-trick as Coleraine made just 60.
Mark Gillen (23*) and Thomas Brolly (14*) saw Ardmore race to victory in just six overs as they went top of the table with a ten-wicket win.