The Warriors moved off the bottom of the table with a 13-run (DLS) win against the Munster Reds at Oak Hill.

The NW got off to a flier with Stephen Doheny and Gavin Roulston racing out of the blocks with an 85-run opening stand just past the midway point.

The first of two rain breaks though stalled their momentum with Doheny falling for 36 off 22 balls (6 fours).

CIYMS left-arm spinner Carson McCullough (4-25) also got Roulston, with the 17-year-old hitting 5 fours and one maximum in his 47-ball 50.

Scott Macbeth cleared the ropes twice in a breezy unbeaten 25 to get the Warriors to 136 for 5 before the players were forced from the field with 16 balls of the innings remaining.

Munster were set 53 in 5 overs, but after a few early shots, they froze up and never at any stage looked like being successful.

Andy McBrine took advantage of the regs allowing him and Brigade professional Marcello Piedt to bowl two overs each, with picking up a brace of wickets to clinch welcome points.

The teams meet again on Wednesday at the same venue in a 50-overs clash.