Donemana stole the headlines on Sunday as they racked up an Irish (and possible world) T20 record score of 328 for 3 against The Nedd at the Holm.

It's been a tough introduction to senior cricket for the Ballykelly side, and there are few harder tests than the lion's den of the Tyrone side, who were merciless in their destruction of the visitors.

Raymond Curry top-scored with 127 not out from 56 balls (14 fours, 7 sixes) adding 145 in 8 overs with Levi Dougherty.

Six years on from hitting six sixes in an over, Dougherty looked on course to repeat the feat as he hit the first four balls of a Johnny Young over out of the ground, but couldn't quite manage it with the next two.

Dougherty's 81 came from 26 balls (2 fours, 11 sixes). Earlier Rumesh Buddhika had cleared the ropes 7 times in an 18-ball 59, while Billy Dougherty's 27 not out also included three maximums.

In total Donemana hit a record 30 sixes and 25 fours - none of The Ned bowlers were rushing to check their figures at the break.

In reply Jacob Logan-Wilson hit four sixes in his 24, while Martin McElwee made 21 in their 97 total. Teenager Adam Britton took four wickets, while Buddhika claimed 2 for 26 in the 231-run win.

Fox Lodge were made to battle by The Nedd but collected the points thanks to a fifth wicket stand between Luke Hayes (30*) and Jason Milligan (28*).

The pair had come together at 46 for 4 in the 11th over chasing 103, with two wickets taken by Stevie Moore and Richard Wylie.

Any nerves were soothed by the pair's 59-run stand that saw the win achieved with seven balls left.

Earlier 'Fish' top-scored with 32 and Johnny Young hit 20 not out in The Nedd's 102 for 7. Home skipper Aaron Heywood's 2 for 15 the best of the Ballymagorry attack.

Donemana cruised to a 7-wickets win over neighbours Killyclooney at The Holm. Gary McClintock with three wickets and Gary Neely with two kept the visitors to 121 for 6 - skipper Timmy Dougherty top-scoring with 39, and 20s apiece for Jordan Connor and Kenzie Hall.

Rumesh Buddhika (39*) and Gary McClintock (32*) then added an unbroken 84 in 9 overs for the fourth wicket to clinch the victory in the 13th over.

Jason Milligan rescued Fox Lodge from a precarious 17/4 to 129 for 6, as the Ballymagorry side edged a five-runs win over Killyclooney.

Milligan's unbeaten 79 took 57 balls (5 fours, 6 sixes), adding a crucial unbroken 67 for the 7th wicket with Jamie McIntyre (17*).

Mark Gordon and Matthew Campbell took two wickets apiece for Killyclooney. McIntyre claimed two wickets as well as Gayan Maneeshan, but the contest was always in the balance as Timmy Dougherty's 54 (4 fours, 2 sixes) and Mark Gordon's 33 kept the board ticking.

In the end it was the home side who just prevailed in a tense finale.