Scott Macbeth was in the runs once again as Brigade bounced back from a tough start to beat Bonds Glen by 6 wickets.

The Bee Gees openers Pushpender Singh and Simon Killen both hit 50's in an opening stand of 99, but three wickets from DD Barr stalled any hopes of a late charge and a final total of 135 for 4 looked light.

Macbeth was at his destructive best as he hit 8 fours and 4 sixes in an unbeaten 81 from 47 balls, adding 64 in just five overs with skipper Andy Britton (24) as they passed the finishing line with almost six overs to spare.

Brigade eased to a 9-wickets win over Coleraine at Beechgrove in another game affected by a heavy shower.

The Bannsiders' 110 was dominated by Marcus Poskitt's 46 (5 fours, 2 sixes), with two wickets apiece for DD Barr, Ifty Hussain, Marcello Piedt, and Scott Campbell.

Set a revised target of 68 in 12, DD Barr's unbeaten 44 (4 fours, 2 sixes), saw his side cruised to the win in the 9th over.

Bonds Glen travelled to Bonds Street and came away with the points as they beat Glendermott by seven wickets (DLS) in a rain-affected contest.

The home side had made 112 with Manav Chabbra's 33 (2 fours, 2 sixes) and Alan Johnson's 29 their best efforts.

For the Bee Gees there were two wickets apiece for professional Divan Posthumus, Pushpender Singh, and Davy Robinson.

Set a revised 79 in 13 overs the Bee Gees got their with eight balls left - runs for Heinrich Roberts (28*) and Pushpender Singh (23*).

Game of the day came at The Rectory where the home side stumbled over the line to beat Coleraine thanks to skipper Alan Johnson's last-ball heroics.

Chasing 155 in 19 overs, half centuries from Ben Mills (73; 43balls, 4 fours, 7 sixes) and Todd Killen (52) had them going into the final over at 152 for 4, needing just three more.

However, two wickets for Bannsiders skipper Matty Smyth and a run out, saw two still needed from the final delivery.

Johnson though held his nerve as he found the boundary much to the delight of the home support.

Earlier, Coleraine's opening pair of Marcus Poskitt (56) and Craig Averill (42) set the foundations for their total of 160 for 5 in a stand of 73.

Rory Knox thumped two sixes into Cliftonville Avenue in an entertaining cameo of 22* in 12 balls, but all in vain as the home side prevailed in a thriller.