There were wins in the Championship for Cork County, Rush, North County and Railway Union.

Rush beat North Kildare by 96 runs
Rush 340-7 (50 overs; Josh Doyle 156, Hashir Sultan 38, Finn Mcgee 29*, Jarred Barnes 29*, P Viswanath 25; Bakhytar Nabi 2-43, Husnain Maroof 2-54, A Taniwal 2-74)
North Kildare 244 (39.4 overs; Bakhytar Nabi 72, Sayed Shah 53; Nasir Totakhil 3-53, Nathan McGuire 3-71)

Josh Doyle thumped 18 fours and 5 sixes in a brutal 156 from just 131 balls to help Rush pile up 340 for 7 at home to North Kildare. He added 113 for the fourth wicket with Hashir Sultan (38). After he was dismissed, there was no respite for the beleaguered visitors as Finn McGee and Jarred Barned both made unbeaten 29's from just 13 balls, as 51 came from the last 21 balls, including a combined 6 sixes. Bakhytar Nabi and Sayed Shah both scored half centuries in the chase, but three wickets apiece from Nathan McGuire and Nasir Totakhil ensured the 96-run win.

Cork County beat Civil Service by 94 runs
Cork County 293-5 (50 overs; Mark Andrianatos 91, Syed Aiman 56, Ross Durity 47, Nabeel Anjum 30*; Asadullah Ahmadzai 2-48)
Civil Service 199 (45.3 overs; Arjun Chandrasekar 79, Deepak Jayachandran 45; Nabeel Anjum 4-30, Syed Aiman 2-17)

Mark Adrianatos (pictured receiving his cap from Ross Durity) top scored with 91, sharing stands of 113 for the first wicket with Ross Durity (47), and 94 for the second with Syed Aiman to help Cork County post 293 for 5. Civil Service's Arjun Chandrasekar made 79 in the chase but four wickets from Nabeel Anjum saw CS dismissed for 199.

North County beat The Hills by 89 runs
North County 206-8 (50 overs; Eddie Richardson 38, Alan Mathew 38, John Devane 32; Cian Nulty 3-35, Tomas Rooney Murphy 2-37, Nicolaj Laegsgaard 2-38)
The Hills 117 (23.4 overs; Andrew Kavanagh 30, Cian Nulty 24; Eddie Richardson 5-30, Alan Mathew 2-13, Abdul Sattar 2-31)

Eddie Richardson produced a bowling masterclass to give North County bragging rights in the Fingal derby at Balrothery. The former international and Alan Mathew were joint top-scorers with 38, and John Devane chipped in with 32 as the hosts posted 206 for 8 - three wickets for Cian Nulty. Richardson then ripped through the top order taking 5 for 30 as The Hills were bundled out for 117 - Andrew Kavanagh's 30 their best effort.

Terenure lost to Railway Union by 5 wickets
Terenure 249-9 (50 overs; Raghav Grover 60, Darshit Shetty 39, Henry Dall 28, S Nair 27; Piyush Sharma 3-36, Liam McCarthy 3-42)
Railway Union 255-5 (37.1 overs; Hedayat Khogiani 85, Liam McCarthy 64*, Srihan Karpe 53, Robert O'Brien 27; J Khatri 3-30)

Railway Union produced another excellent chase as they won by 5 wickets in pursuit of 250. The hosts' Raghav Grover top scored with 60 (7 fours) in their 249 for 9, with three wickets apiece for Piyush Sharma and Liam McCarthy. A third wicket stand of 123 between Hedayat Khogiana - who hit 12 fours and 3 sixes in his 66-ball 85 - and Srihan Karpe (58). McCarthy then hastened the game to a quick conclusion as he bludgeoned 6 fours and 5 sixes in his 64 not out from only 35 deliveries, adding an unbroken 82 for the 6th wicket with Sean O'Brien.