Ardmore captain Rachit Gaur's 107 was the catalyst for his side's 62-run win against Strabane in the Park.

Rachit hit 5 fours and 7 sixes in his 62-ball innings, sharing stands of 84 for the first wicket with Dharm Singh (31) and 94 for the second with Harry Zimmermann (30) as the Derry side made 184-5 - two wickets for Ryan Gallagher (2-29).

The Red Caps were always struggling as Bobby Brolly (4-19) continued on the early wickets for Edrees (3-33).

Conor Graham's unbeaten 51 from 37 balls that included five sixes ensured respectability as they ended on 122 for 8.

Ardmore made short work of Burndennett as they romped to a 10-wicket win.

The Tyrone side were skittled for just 62 with three wickets apiece for Aneesh Anilkumar and Dharm Singh, as well as two wickets for Edrees.

With showers in the air, Ardmore knocked off their modest target in just 6.4 overs, as skipper Rachit Gaur (32*) was in the runs once again, as well as Ryan Brolly (31*).

Liam Doherty and Jamie Millar each made 63 as Eglinton made it back-to-back wins with a 31-run win over Strabane in a rain-affected contest.

The pair each hit 3 fours and 5 sixes in a second wicket stand of 90 in 10 overs that took the village side to 169 for 3.

That target was adjusted to 100 in 10 overs, but two wickets for Doherty (2-17) helped keep the hosts to 68 for 7.

Brothers Jamie and Robbie Millar shared a second wicket stand of 88 in 13 overs as Eglinton eased past Burndennett, chasing 120 to win by 7 wickets with nine balls to spare.

Jamie's 53 from 49 balls included 4 fours and 2 sixes, while Robbie's 43 saw him stroke five fours and one huge six over long-off. Derek Curry bowled tightly to claim 2-11.

'Fraggle' had also made 22, while opener Mark Pollock top-scored with a run-a-ball 41 in their 119 for 6 - two wickets for Lahiru Dilshan.