The North West's day trip to Dublin to face Munster in the Under 15 and 17 interprovincials was a successful one as they recorded two comfortable victories.
The Under 17s made it two wins from two as they eased to a seven-wicket win after bowling their opponents out for 117 - Hassan Khan making 28 and skipper Eshan O'Sullivan hitting 26.
Josh Wilson, Raymond Curry, Sam Macbeth and Sam Kincaid were all among the wickets, but the bowling honours went to Bready leg-spinner Khayat Bhavsar who brought the innings to a swift conclusion taking 4 for 9 as Munster slumped from 94 for 3 to 117 all out, losing seven wickets for 23 runs.
DJ Dougherty hit three fours in a quickfire 26 as helped by a flurry of extras, he shared an opening stand of 51 with Ryan Clarke.
Three wickets fell in quick succession but St Johnston's Scott Macbeth raced to an unbeaten 44 from just 36 balls, hitting six fours and 2 sixes in a 52-run stand with Raymond Curry (15*) as the win was secured in the 16th over.
Skipper Gavin Roulston led the Under 15s to their win as he made a fluent 69 ( 4 fours, 2 sixes) in their 179.
For Munster Zain Hafeez claimed a five wicket haul.
Three wickets apiece for Bready pair TJ Boyd and Roulston ensured Munster's chase never got going, their total of 82 helped by Mirhamza Ahmadzai, who made a defiant 34 as his lost by 97 runs.