Kerrie Tomlinson (pictured right) scored a century as Clontarf beat The Hills, Merrion edged out Leinster, and Pembroke ran out comfortable 9-wicket winners over YMCA in the Women's Premier League matches.
Clontarf were in the runs yet again this week, racking up an imposing 217 for 2 against The Hills.
Kerrie Tomlinson hit 8 fours and 4 sixes in an unbeaten 105 from just 66 balls, sharing a 3rd wicket stand of 184 in just 91 balls with Tess Maritz, whose 73 not out included 9 fours and 2 sixes from just 46 balls.
The Hills' chase never got going as they were blown away, dismissed for just 34 - three wickets for Lara Maritz and two for Coulter-Reilly.
Merrion won a closely fought contest with Leinster at Angelsea Road, defending 123 to win by just 11 runs, as Rachel Delaney took vital wickets, including Irish skipper Laura Delany.
Sophie MacMahon and Bella Fitzgibbon both made 27 for the Rathmines side.
Lucy O'Reilly hit an unbeaten 68 as YMCA scored 148 for 6 against Pembroke, for whom Kim Garth and Anna Beale took two wickets.
Clare Shillington thumped 8 fours in a rapid 42 from just 23 balls against her old club to get the Pembroke chase up and running.
Louise Little and Kim Garth both made 43 not out as the 9-wicket win was secured, the pair adding 97 in just 53 balls to seal the 9-wicket win.