Amy Hunter once again was the star of the show as Malahide won a last ball thriller in the latest round of matches in the Leinster Women's league.

The Belfast teenager has been in prolific form this season and on this vein of form looks destined to be a part of Ed Joyce's plans once Ireland Women get back on the park.

(Amy Hunter: Pic Rodney Smythe)

Chasing YMCA's target of 166, Hunter hit 11 boundaries as she top scored with 69 from 58 balls, sharing a second wicket stand of 112 in 13 overs with Anna Kerrison who made a run-a-ball 39.

With six needed off the last over, Sarah Condron proved the Malahide hero striking the last ball to the fence amidst great scenes of celebration.

Earlier Robyn Lewis (90) and Siuin Woods (45) had shared an opening stand of 142 in 17 oves for the Claremont Road side.

Another pair sharing an opening stand were the Leinster duo of Rebecca Rolfe (50*) and Ellen Ridgeway (45*) who ensured a ten-wicket win against The Hills who had scored 125 for 4 in their 20 overs.

Pembroke were made to battle all the way in the final game against Clontarf.

Two wickets apiece for Hannah Little, Orla Prendergast and Anna Beale restricted the Castle Avenue side to 68 - Aoife Brennan top scoring with 24.

However, Clontarf battled away despite the low total, as Freya Sargeant and Christina Coulter Reilly picked up two wickets each.

Pembroke though prevailed by five wickets, thanks primarily to the efforts of Louise Little who hit 29.