Woodvale's Ruhan Pretorius continued his fine run of form for the Northern Knights this week posting the first T20 century of the season off just 54 balls (7x4, 8x6) before adding another maximum to finish unbeaten on 114. 

He added 95 for the third wicket with Aditya Adey whose 42 came off just 29 balls, 4x4, 2x6.

Lisburn were in trouble straight away Faiz Fazal gone second ball and things went from bad to worse - a Hat-trick for Pretorius with David Miller caught behind and Adam Berry and Matthew Humphreys both bowled.

A huge win for Woodvale with Pretorius the big winner on the night.

Ani Chore (38) top scoring for North Down is nothing new but there were runs for two of the new faces in the side tonight, Stevie Saul (33), a Zimbabwean student at UU and Liam Hayman (32*), an Irish passport holding Kiwi in a total of 156 for 6.

An excellent partnership for Instonians between Metcalfe and Smith after the early loss of Cade Carmichael, worth 134 and 13 required off three overs and it's the Instonians skipper himself who powered his side to the win, finishing unbeaten on 92 off 54 balls (8x4, 5x6).

Tom Mayes announced his arrival as a Waringstown player with a three wicket opening blitz that reduced Muckamore to 17/3 inside the first five overs.

With only Jason van der Merwe, back at his home club weathering the storm to post 31 and it took late runs from Jamie Magowan to get the home side past 100.

It didn't look that that would trouble the visitors as Dennison and McCollum added 79 before McCollum was caught and bowled by Raj Biswa.

Winter signing from Derriaghy Matthew Halliday came to the crease to join Dennison with no pressure on him whatsoever with Dennison in full control.

Dennison (64) looked to win it in a single blow and was stumped by Ben Calitz to give Biswa a second wicket. Waringstown skipper Greg Thompson took only one ball to score the two required for the win.