There were wins on Monday night in the Women's Premiership for Bready, Fox Lodge and Eglinton.

Strabane lost to Bready by 10 wickets
Strabane 84/4 (20 overs; Kylie McGarrigle 32, Chloe Deans 23)
Bready 85/0 (9.1 overs; Alana Dalzell 40*, Lucy McGranaghan 28*)

Leaders Bready flexed their muscles with an emphatic 10-wicket win at Strabane. The Red Caps lost opener Emma Doherty third ball bowled by Jodie Spence, but recovered thanks to a second wicket stand of 73 in 17 overs between Kylie McGarrigle (32) and Chloe Deans (23). Erin Mowbray dismissed McGarrigle, plus there were two run-outs in the home side's 84 for 4. The chase was a straightforward one as Irish international Alana Dalzell hit six fours in her 29-ball unbeaten 40, while opening partner Lucy McGranaghan made 28 not out in their 85-run stand in the 10th over.

Coleraine lost to Eglinton by 7 wickets
Coleraine 126/7 (20 overs; Amy Caulfield 85*; Jenny Jackson 2-15, Lucy Carmichael 2-29)
Eglinton 127/3 (19.5 overs; Jenny Jackson 51*)

In contrast to the two other one-sided games on Monday night, Coleraine and Eglinton produced a real nail-biter that went to the penultimate ball. Amy Caulfield dominated the Bannsiders' innings, making 85 not out in their 126 for 7. She hit 11 fours and one maximum in her 67-ball knock as she continued her recent excellent form, sharing a third wicket stand of 50 with Kenya McCartney (13). Lucy Carmichael and Jenny Jackson took two wickets apiece, and Jackson was to be the Eglinton hero in the reply. Her 51 not out (4 fours) also featured a half century stand with Rosie McHugh (16). In the final analysis Coleraine will reflect on the 42 extras conceded, which included 34 wides and 3 no-balls which were to prove decisive.

Fox Lodge beat Bonds Glen by 10 wickets
Bonds Glen 77/6 (20 overs; Emily Young 19; Lucy Neely 2-10)
Fox Lodge 81/0 (12 overs; Sarah Black 41*, Lucy Neely 27*)

Second placed Fox Lodge kept pace with the leaders as they too won by ten wickets at home to Bonds Glen. The Bee Gees posted 77 for 6, with double figure contributions from Emily Young (19), Leah Thompson (15*), and Cherith Thompson (11). Lucy Neely took 2 for 10, plus a wicket apiece for Lucy Blair, Mollie Devine, Kacey Laird, and Kara Bates. The modest target proved little trouble for the Foxies, with Sarah Black hitting 3 fours and 2 sixes in a 32-ball unbeaten 41. Her opening stand of 81 in 12 overs was with Neely who hit three boundaries in her 27 not out.