Bready beat Coleraine by 7 wickets
Coleraine 82 (18.2 overs; Connie Block 16, Kia McCartney 15, Hannah Skinner 13; Millie Spence 3-14, Jodie Spence 2-13, Sophie Hamilton 2-7)
Bready 83/3 (14.4 overs; Kaylee Barnard 27*, Lucy McGranaghan 18, Jodie Spence 14*; Connie Block 2-18)

Defending champions Bready got their Premiership campaign off to a winning start as they beat Coleraine. 

Three wickets for Millie Spence, plus two apiece for Sophie Hamilton and Jodie Spence saw the Bannsiders dismissed for 82.

Connie Block made 16, while there were also double figure contributions from Kia McCartney (15) and Hannah Skinner (15).

There were early runs for Lucy McGranaghan (18), but two wickets for Connie Block (2-18) had the contest in the balance at 36 for 3.

However, Kaylee Barnard (27*) and Jodie Spence (14*) sealed the 7 wickets win with an unbroken stand of 47 for the fourth wicket.

Strabane beat Newbuildings by 11 runs
Strabane 105/6 (20 overs; Emma Doherty 29, Hazel Britton 17, Chloe Deans 17; Ella Wasson 2-20)
Newbuildings 94 (19 overs; Ella Wasson 19; Abaigh Gillespie 4-24, Nicola Mullen 3-32, Chloe Deans 2-14)

Abaigh Gillespie took four wickets including the prize scalp of Ella Wasson as Strabane edged out Newbuildings by 11 runs in the Park. 

Batting first the Red Caps made 105 for 6 in their 20 overs with Emma Doherty top-scoring with 29, and 17 apiece from Hazel Britton and skipper Chloe Deans.

Ella Wasson (2-20) was the pick of the bowlers and she also was best of the batters, making 19 as Newbuildings were dismissed for 94 in the penultimate over.

Gillespie was the star claiming 4/24, while Nicola Mullen took 3/32 and Chloe Deans 2-14 to get the new look Strabane side off to a winning start.

Eglinton lost to Bonds Glen by 3 wickets
Eglinton 61/5 (20 overs; Megan McClintock 15; Steph Wilkinson 2-12)
Bonds Glen 62/7 (14.3 overs; Alice McLaughlin 3-10, Jenni Jackson 2-13, Lucy Carmichael 2-18)

Bonds Glen got the better of Eglinton in a low scoring contest in the village.

The home side found the going tough against an accurate Bee Gees attack who kept them to 61 for 5 in their 20 overs.

Skipper Megan McClintock top-scored with 15, while Steph Wilkinson claimed 2 for 12. Jessica Cooke (1-5), Rihanna Young (1-6) and Lucy Thompson (1-16) all bowled well too.

 Bonds Glen found the Eglinton equally challenging and with wickets for Alice McLaughlin (3-10), Jenni Jackson (2-13) and Lucy Carmichael (2-18) the game could have gone either way.

Wilkinson (13) and Cherith Thompson's (10) runs the difference in a tight game.