St Johnston stay top of the Championship, while there were also wins for Strabane, Bonds Glen and Ballyspallen.

Burndennett lost to St Johnston by 89 runs
St Johnston 246/6 (30 overs; Graeme McCarter 75*, Jack Macbeth 69, David Anthony 52; Niall McDonnell 2-39, Ross McCay 2-39, Mark Doherty 2-46)
Burndennett 157/8 (30 overs; Mark Doherty 40, Ben Logue 34, Graeme McCarter 3-14, David Barnard 2-28)

The Saints went marching on at Burndennett and stay top of the Championship tree after an emphatic 89-run win in a match reduced to 30 overs. The Donegal side posted an impressive 246 for 6, thanks to two major partnerships, both involving Graeme McCarter. The former Irish international top scored with an unbeaten 75 from 60 deliveries (9 fours, 2 sixes), putting on 109 in 14 overs for the fourth wicket with opener Jack Macbeth, whose 59-ball 69 included 6 fours and 5 sixes. The fireworks really started then with the arrival of skipper David Anthony to the middle as a firther 71 came in the last 34 balls of the innings - Anthony's 21-ball 52 seeing him five over the wall into the fields of Tyrone, as well as three fours. Those late runs took the total out of the home side's reaches, especially with Mark Pollock absent, and Niall McDonnell going early. Mark Doherty (40) and Ben Logue (34) both hit five boundaries in entertaining cameos, but the result was never in doubt. McCarter (3-14) completed a fine all-round effort, while there was two wickets also for David Barnard in a win that confirms their title ambitions.

Glendermott lost to Ballyspallen by 6 wickets
Glendermott 199/6 (40 overs; Trevor Britton 61*, Ryan Nolan 37*, Ben Mills 27, Alan Johnson 25; Graham Kennedy 2-7, Stuart Kennedy 2-37)
Ballyspallen 203/4 (35.5 overs; Graham Kennedy 71*, Tevyn Walcott 66, Stuart Kennedy 35*; Ben Mills 2-46)

The return on holiday from Australia of Graham Kennedy has galvanised Ballyspallen, and they produced a fine display to put a severe spoke in the wheels of Glendermott's promotion hopes. The Rectory side posted 199 for 6 batting first, when Ted Britton showed he's no one trick pony with a fine innings, hitting four sixes in his unbeaten 61, adding 88 in 13 overs for the seventh wicket with Ryan Nolan (37*) - earlier runs for Ben Mills (27) and skipper Alan Johnson (25). Graham Kennedy had remarkable figures of 2-7 in his 8 overs spell, while brother Stuart also picked up a brace. Graham then showed his all-round qualities by making an unbeaten 71 from 63 balls, hitting 6 fours and 5 sixes - three of which came in the space of four balls to bring the chase to a hasty and successful conclusion. Kennedy shared stands of 55 with West Indian professional Tevyn Walcott who made 66 from 56 deliveries (6 fours, 4 sixes), and an unbroken 84 in 12 overs for the 5th with Stuart (35*).

The Nedd lost to Strabane by 9 wickets
The Nedd 45 (18.2 overs; Jacob Logan-Wilson 18; Nasir Nawaz 6-22, John Mooney 2-6, Usman Azhar 2-16
Strabane 48/1 (4.3 overs; Nasir Nawaz 30*)

Strabane made short work of The Nedd to give their promotion aspirations a boost with a rapid 9 wickets win. The home side were skittled for just 45 in 18.2 overs with only Jacob Logan-Wilson (18) reaching double figures. There were two wickets apiece for John Mooney and Usman Azhar, but the bowling honours went to Pakistan professional Nasir Nawaz who had the superb analysis of 6 for 22. The chase took just 27 deliveries with Nawaz again to the fore, hitting 5 fours and one six in an unbeaten 30.

Fox Lodge lost to Bonds Glen by 4 wickets
Fox Lodge 132/4 (22 overs; Jason Milligan 40, Gayan Maneeshan 30, Jonny Robinson 26*)
Bonds Glen 133/6 (21 overs; Stephen McGowan 48, Simon Killen 32; Jason Milligan 3-13)

Bonds Glen travelled to Fox Lodge and showed their Sammy Jeffrey win there earlier in the month was no fluke. In a 22-overs game, the home side posted 132 for 4, with runs for Jason Milligan (40) and Gayan Maneeshan (30), who shared a third wicket stand of 72, while Jonny Robinson made 26. The chase looked like being a routine one thanks to a second wicket stand of 77 in 10 overs between Stephen McGowan - who cleared the ropes four times as well as hitting 3 fours in a top score of 48 from 36 balls - and Simon Killen, who hit five boundaries in his 32. However, with the finishing line in sight Jason Milligan (3-13) caused some late nerves, before the Bee Gees 'stayed alive' to seal a four-wicket win with an over to spare - crucial runs at the end for Sam Haslett, Kincaid and Kyle Moore.