News from NCU Section One where there were wins for Armagh, Ballymena, Dundrum, Derriaghy and Templepatrick.

Aaron Wright starred with bat and ball as Armagh beat Lurgan by eight wickets. He claimed four wickets as Lurgan were bundled out for just 103 - two wickets as well for Michael Hoey (2-4) and Matthew Wright (2-20).

Wright then top-scored with an unbeaten 36 in the chase - runs too for JJ Strydom (30*).

Ballymena got the better of Bangor in a low-scoring encounter, defending 139 to win by 30 runs.

John Glass top-scored with 46, while Will Simpson (3-18) and Ben Escott (3-36) each took three wickets.

Jonathan Keenan made 35 for the seasiders, but the Ballymena attack was on top, sharing the wickets; John Glass 3-17, Owen Dick 2-23, Liam Peters 1-19, Michael Glass 2-17 and Paul Black 1-16.

Dundrum pulled off a shock 67-run win over Muckamore, never looking back after an opening stand of 80 between Stuart Campbell and Rodney Hassard (38).

Campbell hit 7 fours and a six in his 80, and allied with 25 from James Martin they posted 205.

Pavan Karthik took four wickets for the Moylena side, while skipper Sam Gordon claimed three.

Sunny Stephenson (27) and Ewan Wilson (21) were the best of the Muckamore reply, which had little answer to the bowling of Stian Swanwpoel 3-13, James Martin 3-32, and Richard Shilliday 2-30.

Templepatrick were the quickest winners of the day as they brushed aside Donacloney Mill to win by ten wickets.

John Busby took 4 for 10, while Sunan Gautam (3-19) and Ross Bryans (2-17) were also in the wickets.

Mark Thompson (29*) and Richard Greer (24*) had little trouble knocking off the modest target in 13.1 overs.

Half centuries from Derriaghy openers Matthew Halliday (53) and Ross Bailey (50) laid the platform for the Queensway's sides total of 218 for 9 in their clash with Saintfield- Jordan Wade chipping in with 27.

Kadeem Alleyne took six wickets to earn him an award, while Mark Yeates claimed 2-24.

Alleyne then scored 55 out of the Saints meagre 78 - another six wicket haul, this time for Derriaghy skipper Curtis Moorehead (6-16) doing the damage in the 140-run win.

Curtis Moorehead