Brigade went top of the Q1 table with back-to-back wins over the weekend against Bonds Glen and Bready. Bonds Glen scored 182 for 9 with JohnLong hitting 80 and Johnny Haslett 37.

Harry Waterstone's 3 for 26 continued his excellent season, while there were two wickets apiece for Jordan Curry and Matthew Gillespie.

Gillespie then thumped an unbeaten 85 and Aaron Kitson 31 as they chased down the target in just 16.3 overs - Richard Cleminson taking 2 for 47.

It was a very much tighter affair at Beechgrove on Sunday at home to Bready. Brigade posted 130 with Darren Thomas top scoring with 39, while Kyle Magee (31) and Andrew Baggley (21) were also among the runs.

Cameron Knight (4-17), Jamie Magee (2-11), Dale McGonigle (2-19) and Conor Olphert (2-29) were the Breday wicket takers. T

hree wickets apiece for Mark Simpson (3-10) and Ryan MacBeth (3-24), coupled with Chris Dixon's 2 for 19 restricted Bready to 112, despite 31 from Magee and 20 from Colin Spence.

Donemana are unbeaten in second place and were the highest scorers of the day as they racked up 373 for 5 against Sion Mills. Lexie Boyd hit 122, while Ritchie McBrine (95), Mark Moore (52) and Junior McBrine (46) were also in the runs.

Chris Neely and Junior saw Sion restricted to 183 for 9 in their innings.

Fox Lodge beat Eglinton in a hard-fought encounter by five wickets. Scott Adair made 55 and Richard Stewart 24 as the villagers made 158 for 9.

Ali Doherty and Richie Devine both took 3 for 24, while there were two wickets apiece for Adam Boyd and Ivan McNeill.

Devine hit an unbeaten 33 to get the Foxies home, after Clive Allen had made a half century opening.

The Nedd top the Q2 table after a five-wicket win over Newbuildings seconds. Steven Donnell (31) and Jordan McCorkell (30) helped Newbuildings to 124 for 7 - three wickets for Johnny Young and two for Vinny O'Hara.

Craig Mooney helped himself to three wickets in the reply, but Mark McCann's 38 proved vital as The Nedd closed out the win.

Half centuries from Garth Watson (56) and Tyler Moore (52) saw Glendermott make 206 for 6 in their clash with Coleraine - Alan and Craig Lynch also in the runs with 43 and 31 too.

Davy Doey with three wickets was the most successful of the Bannsiders attack. Brian Acheson's 45 not out was in vain as they fell 60 runs short - Wilson Torrens (25) and Sher Khan (20) also got starts.

Taylor Hamilton (3-32), Curtis Ross (2-14) and Dylan Lynch (2-29) among the wickets for the Rectory side.

Bready put a dent in Limavady's promotion hopes as three wickets apiece from Geoffrey McConnell (3-12), and Alana Dalzell (3-18), coupled with two for Sam Jeffrey (2-23) saw the Rosesiders kept to 115 for 9.

Bready got there with an over and four wickets to spare with Nanni Methta (33), and Gavin (25) and Jamie McCombe (23) their main run getters.

Maghera are the league leaders in Q3 after a 43 run win over Ballyspallen. Matthew Caufield (87) and Ivan Hill-Nicholl (50) helped them to 203 for 4 as they shared a 123-run stand.

Hill-Nicholl then took three wickets and Stewart two as Spallen were kept to 160 for 8 - Ian Criwn making 59 and Gregory Wilson 28.

Fermanagh 166 beat St Johnston 124 in the other game played.

Ardmore top Q4 after a six-wicket victory against Killyclooney at The Bleachgreen. Craig Campbell (29) and Kenzie Hall (24) were the main scorers as the visitors made 136 for 7 - two wickets each for Dee McKeever (2-18) and Caolan Young (2-23).

Ardmore left it late but secured the win with Steven Barrow (26), Mark Gillen (23) and Dean Chambers (22*) their important contributors.

Gavin McCombe's unbeaten 100 plus 79 from Trevor Hamilton saw Bready beat Coleraine by 123 runs, while Coleraine had forfeited to Killyclooney the previous day.

Tommy Orr of Eglinton was another centurion as the teenager hit 10 fours and two sixes in his 101 not out from 97 balls.

His opening stand of 102 was shared with Josh Martin (50) as Eglinton ran up 202 for 2. Fox Lodge made a valiant attempt in the reply reaching 176 with Mark Heywood hitting 41 and Raymond Harpur (25).

Orr (3-34) completed a fine match, while there were two wickets for Robin Martin and Robert McFarland.

Highlight of the boys league was a quite brilliant 174 not out from Scott MacBeth.

The St Johnston teenager hit 19 fours and 12 sixes in just 80 balls as the Donegal side ran up 240 for 0 - beating Donemana Under 15's by 128 runs at the Holm.