Leinster remain on course for the women's league title after a resounding ten-wicket win over Pembroke at Rathmines.
Both sides were missing key players due to Ireland training, but Leinster showed their strength in depth as their bowling unit dismissed Pembroke for just 64.
Clare Shillington hit 38, but the other ten players managed just 11 runs between them, including six ducks.
Sophie MacMahon and Maria Kerrison took three wickets apiece, while there were two apiece for Isabella Fitzgibbon and Jenny Sparrow.
The modest target was reached in just 6.1 overs, with Fitzgibbon hitting 7 fours in her 35 from just 25 balls, while Ellen Ridgeway made 19 not out.
Leinster will clinch the title if they beat Clontarf at home on Thursday night (5.30pm).