Leinster beat Adamstown twice, while Phoenix and Terenure shared the spoils.

Adamstown lost to Leinster by 3 wickets
Adamstown 80 (15.4 overs; Jai Moondra 4-15, Joey Carroll 2-11, Bilal Azhar 2-14, Mark Tonge 2-33)
Leinster 82/7 (16.5 overs; Pomin Ponselvan 3-17; Mark Tonge 33*)

Leinster survived a real scare before securing a three-wicket win over Adamstown in a low scoring encounter. Jai Moondra took 4 for 11, and with two wickets apiece for Joey Carroll, Bilal Azhar and Mark Tonge, a target of 81 seemed a formality. However, three wickets for Pomin Ponselvan helped reduce Leinster to 42 for 6 in the 10th over. They were rescued by Tonge who hit four boundaries in his unbeaten 33, sharing a match-defining 7th wicket stand of 32 with Joe O'Sullivan.

Adamstown lost to Leinster by 8 wickets
Adamstown 89/8 (20 overs; Sidharth Biju 39; Bilal Azhar 2-12, Tom Johnson 2-16)
Leinster 91/2 (13 overs; Peter Lynch 39, Bilal Azhar 30)

Leinster made it two wins from two, as they made lighter work of their pursuit of a modest target at Airlie Park against Adamstown. The home side posted 89 for 8 with Sidharth Biju making 39 - two wickets for Bilal Azhar and Tom Johnson. An opening stand of 74 between Peter Lynch (39) and Bilal Azhar (30) ensured the Rathmines side coasted home to win by eight wickets in 13 overs.

Terenure lost to Phoenix by 8 wickets
Terenure 71 (18.2 overs; Amish Sidhu 4-10, Devender Ranolia 2-14, Daniel Sugrue 2-18)
Phoenix 77/2 (5.5 overs; Shane Getkate 38*)

Phoenix were the quickest of winners in their first clash at Terenure. The home side were bundled out for a pitiful 71. Amish Sidhu's left-arm spin picking up 4 for 10, while there were two wickets apiece for Devender Ranolia and Daniel Sugrue. Shane Getkate wasted no time in thumping 5 fours and 3 sixes as made 38 out of the first 41 with only 14 balls of the reply gone. The hosts did pick up two consolation wickets but the game was done and dusted before the end of the powerplay. About as emphatic as it gets.

Terenure beat Phoenix by 9 wickets
Phoenix 72 (13.4 overs; Jinal Khatri 4-13, Ben Dillon 3-21, Gethan Kelleher 2-18)
Terenure 74/1 (6.1 overs; Seamus Lynch 58*)

There was an amazing turnaround in the second game of the day as Terenure hammered Phoenix in equally emphatic fashion. The visitors batting failed to fire as they could only muster 72, with Ben Dillon (3-21) doing the early damage, followed up by four wickets for Jinal Khatri and two for Gethan Kelleher. Seamus Lynch does what he does best, and thumped 5 fours and sixes in a whirlwind unbeaten 58 from only 22 deliveries as the 9-wicket win was sealed in the 7th over. It's a funny old game...