The two Leinster sides each won both their matches against Northern opposition to make it four wins out of four in the T20 double-headers.

Irish international Ava Canning three wickets was the catalyst for the first win of the day as her 3 for 5 restricted the NCU to 87 for 8, with Sophie Hinds (23) and Aoife Fisher (20) the main scorers.

Skipper Georgina Dempsey's hard-hit unbeaten 45, plus 22 not out from Rebecca Gough saw the eight wicket win achieved in the ninth over.

Canning was again to the fore in the second game as her half century propelled Leinster 1's to 167 for 7.

Dempsey (33) and Gough (23*) were also in the runs again while there were two wickets apiece for Irish international Cara Murray (2-17) as well as Aoife Fisher and Sam Todd.

The NCU could only respond with 67, with Sophie McDonough claiming three scalps and two apiece for her Phoenix colleague Alison Black, and Ava Canning.

Leinster 2's had a much tougher time of it in their two clashes with the North West, coming out on the right side of three wickets wins in low-scoring contests.

Cody Wallace (28*) plus Eglinton duo Zara Craig (22) and Arianna McKenna (19) were the main contributors to their total of 95 for 4

Lucy Carmichael's two wickets kept things interesting before the young Dubliners prevailed thanks primarily to captain Juliette Evans-Garrett and 14 from Rush batter Ellie McGee.

In the second match the North West struggled to just 67 with Coleraine's Eva Gaston (16) and Zara Craig (10) the only double figure efforts.

Three wickets for Cody Wallace and two for Emma Macbeth kept Leinster worried, but they managed to secure the points thanks to Clontarf's Freya Sargent's 15 not out, as well as 12 from Mabel O'Donohoe and 11 from Niamh McNulty.

The teams are back in action on Thursday with the Leinster sides playing at Rush, while the NW take on NCU at Coleraine - the T20 games are at 11am and 3pm.