Malahide lost to Merrion by 7 wickets
Malahide 223 (48.3 overs; Cormac Mcloughlin-Gavin 72, Adam Doyle 71; Sam Harbinson 3-28, Melvin Devaraj 3-32, Tom Stanton 2-37, Mikey O'Reilly 2-59)
Merrion 224-3 (37 overs; Adam Rosslee 90, Swapnil Modgill 69*, Sam Harbinson 44*)

Merrion made light work of a 224 chase to win by seven wickets at Malahide. Cormac McLoughlin-Gavin (72) and Adam Doyle (71) shared a second wicket stand of 99 but from 157 for 1 the villagers didn't kick on, dismissed for 223. There were three wickets each for Sam Harbinson and Melvin Devaraj, while Tom Stanton and Mikey O'Reilly both claimed a brace. Adam Rosslee crunched 14 boundaries in a top score of 90 as he and Swapnil Modgill added 139 in 23 overs for the second wicket to set up the win - skipper Harbinson applying the coup de grace with a fine unbeaten 44, while Modgill ended 69 not out.

Balbriggan beat Clontarf by 2 wickets
Clontarf 226-8 (50 overs; Eoghan Delany 123*, Paul Ryan 39*, Reuben Wilson 26; Dylan Lues 3-27, Sebastian de Oliveira 2-38, Sam Willemse 2-52)
Balbriggan 230-8 (45.5 overs; Ghanim Dara 77, Sebastian de Oliveira 29, Chris de Freitas 28, Dylan Lues 25*; Ethan Marshall 2-30, Paul Ryan 2-34, David Delany 2-46, Cillian McDonnell 2-47)

Clontarf staged a remarkable batting comeback as they recovered from 69 for 7 to post 226 for 8 at Balbriggan but it wasn't enough to get the points. Skipper Eoghan Delany hit a brilliant 123 not out from 137 balls (14 fours, 3 sixes), sharing an unbroken 9th wicket stand of 103 in 14 overs with Paul Ryan (39). The chase was a tense one with the top seven all getting to double figures - Ghanim Dhara's 77 the crucial element in the two wickets win.

Leinster lost to Pembroke by 42 runs
Pembroke 187 (42.3 overs; JJ Garth 46, Mark Berry 27*, Byron McDonough 23, Joe Prendergast 21; Tom Johnson 3-29, Jai Moondra 2-30, Luke Callanan 2-46)
Leinster 145 (37.1 overs; Monil Patel 45; Paul Lawson 7-35, Byron McDonough 2-32)

An incredible spell of bowling from Pembroke spinner Paul Lawson helped his side to a 42-run win against Leinster at Rathmines. His superb figures of 7 for 35 saw the home side implode from 91 for 1 to 145 all out as they tried to chase down 187. JJ Garth top scored with 46 for Pembroke, while Mark Berry (27*) and Byron McDonough (23*) helped the tail wag as 58 runs were added by the last two wickets - that was to provide decisive in the final analysis