With the points safely in the bag from Saturday's wim at home to Balltspallen, Brigade then travelled to Coleraine on Sunday and posted another decisive victory in their search for the title.

Batting first the home side were dismissed for 150 and once again it was very much down to Graham Hume that they got that far. Hume followed up his match-winning 65* against Strabane hitting 11 fours in his 86 not out here, with the only meaningful support coming from Varun Chopra who added 22.

Robinson was the most successful of Brigade's bowlers this time as he claimed 4-50 with Britton, Allen and Macbeth picking up two each.

The batsmen had no problem rattling off the required runs- David Barr (52), Iftikhar Hussain (39*) and Gareth McKeegan (32) combining to make sure it was a good weekend for the Limavady Road men with a 7-wicket win.