There were wins in the NW Championship for Bonds Glen, Strabane, Ballyspallen and Fox Lodge.

Glendermott lost to Strabane by 4 wickets
Glendermott 187 (39.5 overs; Malinga Amarasinghe 65, Ben Mills 40, Alan Johnson 29; John Mooney 3-23, Andrew Mullen 2-22, Usman Azhar 2-28)
Strabane 191/6 (32 overs; Nasir Nawaz 75, Muddy Rajput 33, Rhys Logue 29; Ted Britton 2-16, Alan Johnson 2-33, Ben Mills 2-60)

Strabane travelled to the Rectory and produced a fine all-round display to account for Glendermott. Ben Mills got the home side off to a quick start clubbing 3 sixes and fours in a rapid 40 from 30 balls, before becoming the first of three wickets for John Mooney (3-23). Malinga Amarasinghe top-scored with 65 (6 fours, 2 sixes) adding 70 for the 6th wicket with Alan Johnson, who hit 5 fours in his 29 in a total of 187. Nasir Nawaz ensured the chase got off to a flier as he bludgeoned 11 fours and 4 sixes in a 35-ball 75, sharing an opening stand of 95 in just over 9 overs with Muddy Rajput (33). Ted Britton (2-16) and Alan Johnson (2-33) helped put the brakes on, but the Red Caps eased to the four-wicket win, as Rhys Logue made 29, getting over the line with four wickets and eight wickets in hand.

Burndennett lost to Fox Lodge by 21 runs
Fox Lodge 220 (39.2 overs; Gayan Maneeshan 81, Charlie Simpson 51, Jordan McIntyre 27; Mark Pollock 5-31, Mark Snodgrass 2-63)
Burndennett 199/8 (40 overs; Mark Pollock 87, Niall McDonnell 34, Andy Barr 22; Adam Walker 3-45, Jamie McIntyre 2-45, Gayan Maneeshan 2-47)

Fox Lodge got their promotion campaign back into track with a 21-run win at Burndennett in an entertaining contest. The Foxies total of 220 owed much to half centuries from Sri Lankan professional Gayan Maneeshan and Charlie Simpson. The teenage opener hit 10 boundaries in his 51, while Maneeshan top-scored with 81 (7 fours, 1 six). Mark Pollock took five wickets, and then followed that up with 87 (11 fours, 2 sixes) as he and Niall McDonnell (34) added 74 for the second wicket. Three wickets for Adam Walker, plus two apiece for Jamie McIntyre and Gayan Maneehan ensured the points for the Ballymagorry side.

St Johnston lost to Bonds Glen by 15 runs
Bonds Glen 197/9 (40 overs; Divan Posthumus 104; Scott Devenney 3-28, Graeme McCarter 2-14)
St Johnston 182 (39 overs; David Lapsley 57, Graeme McCarter 38, Matthew Orr 20; Pushpender Singh 4-5, Kyle Moore 3-29)

Bonds Glen won a close contest against Championship leaders St Johnston before prevailing by 15 runs. Divan Posthumus was the hero for the Bee Gees as he hit 11 fours and 7 sixes in a rapid 71-ball 104, to help his team to 197 for 9 - three wickets for Scott Devenney and two for Graeme McCarter. Kyle Moore struck three early blows in the chase, but the Saints recovered thanks to a 5th wicket stand of 91 between David Lapsley - who hit 7 fours and 2 sixes in his 57 - and 38 from Graeme McCarter. At 156 for 4, the hosts needed 42 from the final five overs with two set batters in the middle. Pushpender Singh though took 4 for 5 to seal the win, despite a few hefty blows from Matthew Orr, whose 20 included three maximums.

The Nedd lost to Ballyspallen by 9 wickets
The Nedd 129 (40 overs; Marty McElwee 32, Richard Stewart 29; Graham Kennedy 3-18, Dylan McElhinney 3-23, Stu. Kennedy 2-18)
Ballyspallen 134/1 (16 overs; Tevyn Walcott 75*, Kyle Morrow 43*)

Ballyspallen won bragging rights as they overpowered The Nedd in their local derby. The Ballykelly side were bowled out for 129, with Marty McElwee making 32, while Richard Stewart thumped three sixes in his 29 - the last wicket stand of 38 the biggest for the visitors. Graham Kennedy continues to enjoy his holiday home from Australia, taking three wickets along with Dylan McElhinney. The home side lost Stephen Kennedy cheaply in the second over, but an unbroken second wicket partnership of 126 in just 14 overs between overseas professional Tevyn Walcott - who hit 10 fours and 3 sixes in his 44-ball unbeaten 75 - and Kyle Morrow (43*) saw 'Spallen race to the 9-wicket win.