There were wins in Thursday night's T20 action for Eglinton, Ardmore, Fox Lodge, Brigade and Newbuildings.

Coleraine lost to Brigade by 6 wickets
Coleraine 116/6 (20 overs' Craig Averill 38, James Panek 28, Rory Knox 25; JP Millar 2-25, Scott Macbeth 2-25)
Brigade 120/4 (17 overs; Scott Macbeth 78*, David Barr 25*; Cephas Zhuwao 2-9, Stephen Hutchinson 2-13)

Brigade overcame an early wobble to chase down 117 at Coleraine and maintain a healthy lead in Group B. The Bannsiders overcame a painfully slow start to post 116 for 6 - Craig Averill (38) and James Panek (28) putting on 54 in 12 overs for the first wicket. Rory Knox clearing the ropes three times in a rapid 25. Cephas Zhuwao and Stephen Hutchinson each took two wickets to leave Brigade 16 for 4 in the 5th over. But the region's in-form cricketer Scott Macbeth thumped 7 sixes and 4 fours in an unbeaten 44-ball 78, sharing an unbroken 5th wicket stand of 104 in 12 overs with DD Barr (25*).

Eglinton beat Burndennett by 125 runs
Eglinton 203/7 (20 overs; Liam Doherty 92, Andy Millar 46; Mark Pollock 2-19)
Burndennett 78 (17 overs; Mattie Mills 4-28, Robbie Millar 3-15, Jamie Millar 2-18)

Eglinton were the biggest winners of the night as they ran out convincing 125-run winners at home to Burndennett. Liam Doherty top-scored with a brilliant 92 from 51 balls (9 fours, 6 sixes), sharing an opening stand of 141 in 13 overs with Andy Millar - who cleared the ropes four times in his 46. A total of 203 for 7 was a daunting one, and the Tyrone side never got going. Mattie Mills took 4 for 28, while Robbie (3-15) and Jamie Millar (2-18) took a combined five wickets as Burndennett were bundled out for just 78.

Ardmore beat Strabane by 46 runs (DLS)
Ardmore 151/2 (18.2 overs; Rachit Gaur 69*, Dharm Singh 46)
Strabane 111 (17.4 overs; Aaron Gillespie 55; Conor King 2-0, Rachit Gaur 2-16, Dave Bezzant 2-17, Harry Zimmermann 2-31) (Target 158 in 18 overs)

Ardmore stay top of Group C thanks to a 46-run (DLS) win over Strabane at the Bleachgreen. Batting first skipper Rachit Gaur was again amongst the runs against his old club, top-scoring with 69 not out as he and Dharm Singh (46) laid the foundations with an opening stand of 81 in 10 overs. Rain saw Ardmore finish on 151 after 18.2 overs, leaving Strabane a target of 158. Aaron Gillespie battled bravely with 55 that included four maximums, but received little support as the Red Caps were 111 all out. There were two wickets apiece for Conor King, Rachit Gaur, Dave Bezzant and Harry Zimmermann.

The Nedd lost to Fox Lodge by 5 wickets
The Nedd 129 (19.4 overs; Dylan Moore 43, Neal Stewart 33; Adam Walker 4-21, Ramey Harpur 2-19, Gayan Maneeshan 2-33)
Fox Lodge 133/5 (16.5 overs; Gayan Maneeshan 73*, Jamie McIntyre 38; Neal Stewart 3-12)

Fox Lodge survived an early scare to leapfrog Donemana at the top of Group D winning by 5 wickets at The Nedd. The home side's 129 was thanks to a half century stand in 5 overs between Dylan Moore (43) and Neal Stewart (33) who both hit four sixes. Stand-in skipper Adam Walker took wickets, while there were two apiece for Ramey Harpur and Gayan Maneeshan. Neal Stewart's (3-12) new-ball blitz had the Foxies reeling at 7 for 4, but Maneeshan and Jamie McIntyre launched a rescue mission with a 5th wicket partnership of 118 in 13 overs. The Sri Lankan made an unbeaten 73 from 54 balls (5 fours, 4 sixes), while McIntyre made a run-a-ball 38.

Ballyspallen lost to Newbuildings by 6 wickets
Ballyspallen 130/4 (20 overs; Tevyn Walcott 48, Stuart Kennedy 37, James Cusack 30*; Samarth Seth 2-13)
Newbuildings 131/4 (18 overs; Ross Dougherty 78*; Stephen Kennedy 2-21)

Newbuildings took advantage of Bready's inactivity to go top of Group A thanks to a 6-wicket win at Ballyspallen. The home side's opening pair of Tevyn Walcott (48) and Stuart Kennedy (37) added 74 in 10 overs, while James Cusack chipped in with an unbeaten 30 in a 'Spallen total of 130 for 4. Ross Dougherty controlled the chase with 78 not out from 56 balls that included 7 fours and 4 sixes to ensure victory with two overs to spare.