North Kildare lost to Malahide by 35 runs (DLS)
Malahide 155/7 (20 overs; Adam Doyle 37*, Cormac McLoughlin-Gavin 30, James Newland 22*, Andrew Sheridan 21; Yashraj Mate 3-30, Husnain Maroof 2-26)
North Kildare 94/9 (16 overs; Josh Uddin 48*; Andrew Sheridan 3-10) (Target 129 in 16 overs)

Adam Doyle: Pic by Peter Langan

Malahide made it two wins from two as they enjoyed their trip to North Kildare. A real team effort saw them post 155 for 7 with teenager Adam Doyle making an unbeaten 37, and runs too for Cormac McLoughlin-Gavin (30), James Newland (22*) and Andrew Sheridan (21). Rain meant an adjusted target of 129 in 16 overs, but only Josh Uddin made a fist of it, hitting 5 fours and 2 sixes in his unbeaten 48 from 44 deliveries - three wickets for Andrew Sheridan (3-10) completing a fine victory.

North Kildare lost to Malahide by 8 wickets
North Kildare 61 (10.1 overs; Mohit Sane 2-9, Andrew Sheridan 2-10, Kelvin Donnelly 2-12, Jeremy Martins 2-13)
Malahide 62/2 (5.3 overs; Cormac McLoughlin-Gavin 31*)

Malahide raced to a thumping 8-wicket win over North Kildare after another fine bowling display. The Maws side were knocked over for just 61 - batting just 10.1 overs in a game reduced to 12 a side. There were two wickets apiece for Mohit Sane, Andrew Sheridan, Kelvin Donnell and Jeremy Martins. The chase took just 33 ball, with Cormac McLoughlin-Gavin hitting seven boundaries in his unbeaten 31.
Civil Service lost to Clontarf by 39 runs
Clontarf 159/4 (20 overs; David Delany 46*, John McNally 40*, Rahul Dalal 23; Aamir Bafanda 2-20, Naveed Khan 2-28)
Civil Service 120/9 (20 overs; Mubasher Siddique 36, Dhiraj Shetty 30*; David Delany 3-9, Daire Vickers 3-20)

Clontarf made the trip to the Park a happy one as a fine all-round effort by David Delany and a rapid cameo from John McNally saw the Castle Avenue side win by 39 runs. Delany hit 46 not out, while McNally clubbed four sixes in a 20-ball 40 that took Clontarf to 159 for 4 - two wickets apiece for Aamir Bafanda and Naveed Khan. Delany then took 3 for 9 in the reply, while Daire Vickers (3-20) also picked up three scalps. Mubasher Siddique hit four sixes in an entertaining cameo, while Dhiraj Shetty ended on 30 not out as Civil Service ended on 120 for 9.

Civil Service lost to Clontarf by 7 wickets
Civil Service 71 (18.2 overs; Paul Ryan 3-10, Mitchell Thompson 3-21, Cillian McDonnell 2-12, Shariful Islam 2-21)
Clontarf 72/3 (14 overs; Eoghan Delany 38*; Aamir Bafanda 2-23)

Clontarf were another emphatic winner as they had little trouble accounting for Civil Service. The home side were skittled for just 71, with Paul Ryan and Mitchell Thompson taking three wickets apiece, while Cillian McDonnell and Shariful Islam picked up a brace each. Skipper Eoghan Delany hit an unbeaten 38 from just 36 balls (4 fours, 1 six) to give his side the seven wicket win with six overs to spare - two wickets for Aamir Bafanda.