Carrickfergus and Killyclooney will contest The RSA National Cup final after winning their respective semi-finals against Dundrum and Woodvale.

A combative 79 from Sony helped Dundrum post a very competitive 202 against Carrickfergus, with useful cameos from Renjith and Abilash - both of whom made 29.

Richard Hood (3-23) was the pick of the Carrickfergus attack, with Stephen Grant, Ryan Eagleson and Indrajeet Kamtekar taking two wickets apiece in a disciplined display.

Half centuries from Gordon Browne (66) and Iain Parkhill (64) ensured Carrickfergus chased their tricky target with five wickets in hand, despite the best efforts of Matthews (3-44).

In the other semi-final, it was to be a superb day for Killyclooney  as Mark Gordon's men accounted for Woodvale.

Gordon himself made 65 (8 fours and 4 sixes) while Timmy Dougherty added 40, and Alan Colhoun 20 before a last wicket partnership between Keith Stevenson (21) and Craig Campbell (15 not out) got the hosts up to 207.

Mark Irwin led a one-man fight with the ball for the visitors as he claimed 7 for 55.

The Belfast team's reply started well with Michael Irwin hitting 6 fours and 3 sixes in his 56 while Thomas Rutherford added 37.

That pair took it to 86 for 3 but there was little more in the locker after they departed and former Donemana bowler Christopher Neely (4-22) tidied things up as Killyclooney won by 41 runs after a final rain interruption.

If this was the biggest game in the club's history so far then it's dificut to know what they're going to make of going to Downpatrick next week-end in what should be a cracki