St Johnston moved to the top of the Championship with a 7-wicket win at Strabane, while Fox Lodge were left frustrated by the rain at Ballyspallen with the game being abandoned.

Strabane lost to St Johnston by 7 wickets
Strabane 89 (30.5 overs; Aaron Gillespie 26; Graeme McCarter 3-9, Subhan Shirzad 3-11, Michael Rankin 2-23)
St Johnston 87/3 (17.3 overs; Jack Macbeth 41*; Nasir Nawaz 2-16) (Target 86 in 37 overs)

St Johnston moved to the top of the Championship as they beat Strabane by 7 wickets in their rearranged match at the Park. 

Graeme McCarter removed openers Kevin Gallagher and Nasir Nawaz cheaply and the Red Caps never recovered from those blows, with only Aaron Gillespie (26) making any sort of impact as they were bundled out for 89. 

Subhan Shirzad took three wickets as well as former Irish international McCarter. rain reduced the target to 86 off 37 overs, which proved little trouble thanks to opener Jack Macbeth's unbeaten 41 that included 6 boundaries.

Ballyspallen v Fox Lodge. Match abandoned.
Fox Lodge 146/2 (23.4 overs; Charlie Simpson 66, Gayan Maneeshan 52*)

Fox Lodge were left ruing the rain as they were well placed on 146 for 2 when their match at Ballyspallen was abandoned. 

Charlie Simpson and Gayan Maneeshan added 101 in 17 overs in a second wicket stand of 101 following the early wicket of Luke Hayes. 

Simpson top-scored with a run-a-ball 66, while Maneeshan's unbeaten 52 came from 57 deliveries and included 4 fours and 2 sixes.