It's four wins out of four for the powerhouses of Pembroke and Merrion.

Pembroke beat Railway Union by 5 wickets
Railway Union 110/7 (20 overs; Ashil Prakash 31, Srihan Karpe 30; Paul Lawson 2-35)
Pembroke 113/5 (14.3 overs; Fiachra Tucker 42, Diarmaid Tucker 37*)

A third wicket stand of 73 between the Tucker brothers helped Pembroke to their second win of the day over Railway Union. The Park Avenue side posted a modest 110 for 7 with runs for Ashil Prakash (31) and Srihan Karpe (30) - two wickets for Paul Lawson. The chase wasn't as emphatic as previous ones, but Fiachra Tucker hit 5 fours and 2 sixes in his 31-ball 42, who in conjunction with Diarmaid (37*) ensured the five wicket win in the 15th over.

Pembroke beat Railway Union by 8 wickets
Railway Union 126/7 (20 overs; Kenny Carroll 28; Paul Lawson 3-21, JJ Garth 2-21)
Pembroke 127/2 (10.4 overs; JJ Garth 57*, Diarmaid Tucker 33, Tim Tector 21)

Pembroke were merciless in their destruction of Railway Union in the first game at Sydney Parade. Kenny Carroll's 28 was the best of the visitors 126 for 7 - three wickets for Paul Lawson and two for JJ Garth. Tim Tector hit 5 fours in a rapid 21 to start the chase, and a second wicket stand of 81 in 40 balls between Garth and Diarmaid Tucker (33) all but settled the contest. Garth cleared the wall six times in his unbeaten 57 from just 23 deliveries, as well as hitting 3 fours in a real Man of the Match performance.

Merrion beat Rush by 65 runs
Merrion 219/3 (20 overs; Stephen Doheny 108, Swapnil Modgill 47, Peter Francis 47*; Hashir Sultan 2-34)
Rush 154 (19.4 overs; Jarred Barnes 38, Josh Doyle 36, Nasir Totakhil 27; Max Sorensen 3-30, Tom Stanton 2-17, Sam Harbinson 2-29)

Stephen Doheny was in the runs again as he hit 11 fours and 6 sixes in his 108 from just 52 balls to propel Merrion to an imposing 219 for 3 against Rush. He shared stands of 106 in 10 overs with Swapnil Modgill for the first wicket and 98 in 8 overs for the second with Peter Francis - both of whom made 47. By contrast, Rush lost two wickets in the first three balls of the reply to Tom Stanton (2-17), and although Josh Doyle (36) and Nasir Totakhil (27) added 65 for the third wicket, the result was never in doubt, only the margin. Jarred Barnes hit some lusty blows in a top score of 38, but the visitors were dismissed for 154 in the final over - three wickets for Max Sorensen and two for Sam Harbinson.

Merrion beat Rush by 4 wickets
Rush 135/9 (20 overs; Nasir Totakhil 32, Nathan McGuire 30, Asher Abbasi 23; Hugh Kennedy 3-20, Melvin Deveraj 2-26) Merrion 136/6 (19.1 overs; Swapnil Modgill 26, Sam Harbinson 24, Stephen Doheny 23, Peter Francis 19*)

Merrion did the double over Rush as they chased 135 to win by four wickets in the final over. Nasir Totakhil (32) and Nathan McGuire (30) were the best of the Kenuire's side 135 for 9 - three wickets for Hugh Kennedy and two for Melvin Deveraj. A steady batting effort by the home side with 20's for Swapnil Modgill, Sam Harbinson, and Stephen Doheny kept the chase on track, with Peter Francis (19*) sealing the win with five balls to spare.