The Hills beat Terenure by 2 wickets
Terenure 178 (41.3 overs; Henry Dall 38, Seamus Lynch 34, Donal Lynch 27, S Safi 25; Febin Manoj 3-20, Nicolaj Laegsgaard 3-32, Brandon Kruger 2-41)
The Hills 179-8 (31.4 overs; Brandon Kruger 54, Nathan Rooney 53; K Shetty 4-38, Henry Dall 3-19)

Closest game of the day was at Milverton where The Hills did well to chase down Terenure's 178 to win by two wickets. 

Henry Dall and the Lynch brothers were the visitors top scorers, while Nicolaj Damgaard Laegsgaard and Brandon Kruger each took three wickets. 

A fourth wicket stand of 70 between Brandon Kruger and Nathan Rooney, who both made half centuries took the home side to 135 for 3. Kripesh Shetty (4-38) and Henry Dall (3-19) induced a wobble, but The Hills got there in the end.

Cork County v Railway Union. Match abandoned.

The recent bad weather in Cork continued as the scheduled visit of Railway Union was called off and the points shared.

Civil Service beat North Kildare by 21 runs
Civil Service 214 (39.1 overs; Junaid Altaf 63, Nilesh Joshi 43; Bakhtyar Nabi 3-28, Mohammad Zaman 2-46)
North Kildare 193 (34 overs; Bakhtyar Nabi 45, Husnain Maroof 27; Assadullah Ahmadzai 7-44)

A magnificent seven wickets haul for Assadullah Ahmadzai (7-44) led Civil Service to a 21-run win over North Kildare in Phoenix Park. Bakhtyar Nabi'45 was the best effort in Kildare's pursuit of 214. The home side's Junaid Altaf hit 5 sixes in a top score of 63, while Nilesh Joshi didn't do much running as he hit 9 fours in his 43.

Rush lost to North County by 112 runs
North County 378-8 (50 overs; Suliman Safi 92, Niall McGovern 67, Abdul Sattar 60, John Devane 43, Alan Mathew 31; Josh Doyle 2-103)
Rush 266 (40.4 overs; Hashir Sultan 68, Allan Eastwood 33*, Josh Doyle 31; Eddie Richardson 4-58, Alan Mathew 3-39, Sean Sludds 2-50)

North County piled on the runs as they hit 37 fours and 10 sixes in a mammoth 378 for 8 at Rush. Skipper Niall McGovern set the tone with 12 boundaries in his 67, sharing an opening stand of 87 with John Devane (43).

Suliman Safi hit a whirlwind 92 (14 fours, 2 sixes) while there were further runs for Abdul Sattar (60) and Alan Mathew (31). Hashir Sultan cleared the ropes four times in a hard-hit 68, while number 11 Allan Eastwood enjoyed himself in a quickfire 15-ball unbeaten 33 in the losing effort.

Eddie Richardson picked up four wickets, while there were three for Alan Mathew and two for Sean Sludds in the 112-run win.