There was more frustration at Bready as the weather again won the day.

Batting first the Warriors added 48 for the first wicket with Stephen Doheny making 25.

His soft dismissal saw the hosts slump to 72 for 4, with Wilson (3-31) doing most of the damage as Andy McBrine and Scott Macbeth went cheaply.

A 5th wicket stand of 77 between Gavin Roulston (53) and top-scorer Shane Getkate repaired the damage.

Gavin Hoey (4-45) then sparked another collapse and it took a 9th wicket stand of 52 in 6 overs between Getkate and Marcello Piedt (27) to get the hosts to 227 - Getkate the last out for 81 off 79 balls (6 fours, 3 sixes).

The chase saw an opening stand of 44 ended when Graham Hume deflected a Modgill drive onto the stumps with Tim Tector (24) out of the crease.

Earlier 18 came off a Piedt over that included 3 no-balls, one of which had Modgill caught behind.

The rains arrived with just 9 overs of the chase completed, meaning the points were shared as a no-result.