Donacloney Mill lost to Templepatrick by 27 runs
Templepatrick 213 (47.4 overs: Ross Bryans 50, Samuel O'Mahony 46, Robert Smith 36, Richard Greer 21; Atish Varape 4-52, Mark Hanna 2-18)
Donacloney Mill 186 (46.4 overs: Atish Varape 32, Matthew Lyttle 31, Mark Campbell 31; John Busby 4-42, Samuel O'Mahony 3-24)

A third wicket stand of 84 between Ross Bryans and Sam O'Mahony (46) helped Templepatrick to a total of 213 at the Factory Ground. Bryans hit 6 fours and 2 sixes in his 43-ball innings, while there were runs too for Robert Smith (36) and Richard Greer (21). Atish Varpe took four wickets and top-scored with 32 in the chase. A 7th wicket stand of 72 between Matthew Lyttle and Mark Campbell - who each made 31 - kept the game in the balance, but four wickets for John Busby and three for O'Mahony clinched a 27-run win for Templepatrick.

Armagh beat Ballymena by 3 wickets
Ballymena 284/7 (50 overs: John Glass 124, Glen Adams 77; Ben Mackey 4-41)
Armagh 290/7 (43.1 overs: Quentin Dreyer 195*, Bryden Laing 45; Sam Glass 3-40)

Quintin Dreyer (Amy Robinson)

A punishing unbeaten 195 from South African professional Quintin Dreyer powered Armagh to a 3-wicket win over Ballymena at The Mall. Dreyers bludgeoned 14 fours and 13 sixes in his 119-ball stay, adding 137 in 16 overs for the sixth wicket with countryman Bryden Laing (45) after they had been wobbling on 90 for 5 chasing 285. Earlier John Glass had also shown his power on his way to 124 off 108 balls (15 fours, 3 sixes) as he and Glen Adams (77) added 181 for the third wicket as Ballymena made 284 for 7. It looked a challenging total, but that didn't account for the destructiveness of Dreyer.