North Down made it three wins from three after they chased down CSNI's 138 to win by four wickets in the final over.

Peter Davison (2-32) removed both William Porterfield and Marc Ellison cheaply, but steady knocks from Luke Georgeson (35) and Stuart Thompson (27) got the Stormont side back on track, before a late rally from Paddy Beverland (43*) got them up to 138.

Comber skipper Ally Shields set the tone for the reply with 7 fours and a six in his 51 from 44 balls, while Peter Eakin's 25 kept them up with the rate.

Tom Mayes then soothed the home side support as he cleared the ropes twice in his unbeaten 22 from just 10 balls - the win secured with four balls left.

A weakened CIYMS beat Cregagh by five wickets, with Jacob Mulder's 3 for 12 restricting them to 93 for 6.

Charlie Shannon hit two sixes for Cregagh and his two early wickets stalled the CIYMS chase, but the Belmont side were always in control, sealing the win with two overs remaining.

Lisburn have the chance to go joint top tonight (FRI) as they host Cliftonville Academy, while the final T20 rearrangement has Waringstown taking on Carrickfergus at The Lawn on Sunday.


North Down (4) beat CSNI (0) by 4 wickets
138-7 (20.0 overs, P Beverland 43*, L Georgeson 35, S Thompson 27, P Eakin 2-30, P Davison 2-32)
North Down 139-6 (19.2 overs, A Shields 51, P Eakin 25, L Georgeson 2-19)

Cregagh (0) lost to CIYMS (4) by 5 wickets
93-6 (20.0 overs, S Suresh 35, J Mulder 3-12)
CIYMS 94-5 (18.0 overs, C Shannon 2-12)