Bready beat Fox Lodge by 7 wickets
Fox Lodge 104/7 (20 overs; Sarah Black 26, Lucy Neely 24; Sophie Hamilton 2-12, Tori Mitchell 2-17, Mansi Bhavsar 2-20)
Bready 105/3 (19.1 overs; Lucy McGranaghan 41*, Millie Spence 28, Alana Dalzell 15)

Bready won the top of the table clash as they edged out Fox Lodge, chasing 104 to win by seven wickets in the last over. Both innings followed similar patterns with Fox Lodge's Sarah Black (26) and Lucy Neely (24) sharing an opening stand of 74 before being pegged back by two wickets apiece for Tori Mitchell, Sophie Hamilton and Mansi Bhavsar. The Bready innings also featured a strong opening stand as Lucy McGranaghan (41*) and Millie Spence (28) put on 70, and despite a few tense moments, the home side helped by quite a few extras got home with five balls to spare.

Bonds Glen beat Newbuildings by 7 wickets
Newbuildings 143/1 (20 overs; Ella Wasson 72*, Laura McGarrigle 40*)
Bonds Glen 144/3 (17 overs; Steph Wilkinson 56, Lucy Thompson 38*; Kate Guy 2-31)

Ella Wasson (72*) and Laura McGarrigle (40*) shared a second wicket stand of 142 to help Newbuildings to what looked a challenging total of 143 for 1 at Bonds Glen. However, Steph Wilkinson top-scored with 56 (7 fours, 1 six) sharing stands of 58 with Emily Young (17) and 69 in 6 overs with Lucy Thompson (38*) as the Bee Gees won by 7 wickets with 3 overs to spare.

Coleraine beat Strabane by 140 runs
Coleraine 235/1 (20 overs; Amy Caufield 103*, Kia McCartney 75*, Hannah Skinner 23)
Strabane 95/9 (20 overs; Aimee-Lee Finlay 15; Kia McCartney 3-16, Connie Block 2-14, Rebecca Tosh 2-19)

Amy Caufield scored an unbeaten century as Coleraine gained revenge for their shock cup defeat by Strabane earlier in the season. Caufield hit 16 fours and one six in her 103 in 56 balls. She shared an opening stand of 68 with Hannah Skinner (23) and then added an unbroken 167 in 82 balls with Kia McCartney, who hit 12 boundaries in her 75 not out as the Bannsiders piled up 235 for 1.Strabane managed 95 for 9 in the reply with Aimee-Lee Finlay making 15. McCartney (3-16), Connie Block (2-14), and Rebecca Tosh (2-10) sharing the wickets.