Just 12 overs were possible before the rains settled in, but Liam Doherty had shown his class in the brief passage of play possible as Eglinton batted at Killyclooney. 

The Ireland U19 international raced to an unbeaten 56 off 40 balls (3 fours, 5 sixes) as Eglinton reached 94 for 2 in 12 overs.

Jason Wallace dismissed Andy (19) and Jamie Millar (2), but in the end it was the weather that was the winner.

Coleraine had made 50 for 2 when once again the weather won the day against Newbuildings.

Scott Campbell (19) and Craig Averill (6) the wickets to fall - Ross Hunter and Trent McKeegan the successful bowlers. Marcus Poskitt (16*) and skipper Matty Smyth (9*) the unbeaten batters.

Another game that managed to get an hour's play was at Beechgrove where the top two from last year met. Ardmore had reached 65 for 4 with four of their players getting to double figures, but none really going on.

Rachit Gaur (11) and Dharm Singh (16) added 32 before they fell in quick succession.

Hayden Melly was the second on Andy Britton's (2-14) victims, and when Harry Zimmermann (15) fell to Scott Macbeth just before the close, they looked in trouble.

Mark Chambers (17*) and Tim Harris (1*) were in the middle when play was halted and eventually abandoned just after 3pm.

No play at all was possible in Donemana's scheduled home game with Bready.