Instonians seamer James Magee's five wicket haul was in vain after torrential rain washed out their T20 clash with Waringstown between innings at The Lawn.
Magee's 5 for 14 were his best figures for the Shaw's Bridge side since his debut in 2011, but alas, to no avail as a deluge swamped the ground.
Morgan Topping (29) and Adam Dennison (25) shared an opening stand of 57, and he went on to account for Graham Hume (23), Kyle McCallan and Matthew Daly.
Lee Nelson also chipped in with 22 as the home side posted 139 for 7, with Ben Rose and James Lambert the other wicket takers.
Lake Waringstown: Pic courtesy of Waringstown Twitter
In the LVS T20 Trophy, defending champions Cregagh beat Armagh by 43 runs in the opening round.
Jay Hunter hit nine fours in an unbeaten 64 from 61 balls as they posted 144 for 5, with contributions also from Ross Boultwood (18*), Jonny Moore (17) and Adam McCormick (17).
In reply, Armagh could only score 101 for 9, with Jamie Rogers top scoring with 41, while Aaron Wright and Matthew Steenson made 14 apiece.
Adam Beattie claimed three wickets, while there two apiece for Charlie Shannon and Graeme Hassard in the 43-run win.
Cregagh now face Donacloney Mill in the second round, while the remaining first round match between Bangor and Templepatrick is scheduled for Sunday.