Weekend cricket results

Kyle McCallan

Sunday 11 August

Ulster Bank Premier League

Instonians v CIYMS

CIYMS 103 T Khan 32, E Moleon 4-8

Instonians 104-2 N Russell 53, J Stevenson 42 no

Instonians won by eight wickets and take a four point lead at the top of the table

Lisburn v CSNI

Lisburn 144-8

CSNI 145-8. R West 44, A Creighton 21, D Brown 3-11

CSNI won by two wickets

Waringstown v North Down

North Down. 165 K McCallan 3-10 in ten overs

Waringstown 168-3 J Hall. 77 no, D Dennison 40

Waringstown won seven wickets

Long's Supervalu NW Premier League

Fox Lodge v Glendermott

Glendermott 127 G Christian 56

Fox Lodge 128-2. J Milligan 54

Fox Lodge won by eight wickets

Bready v Brigade

Brigade 106

Bready 107-0 D Rankin 58 no, D Barr 38 no

Bready won by 10 wickets

Eglinton v Strabane

Eglinton 213-9. A Christie 75, T Barr 3-40

Strabane under D/L needed 200 from 48 overs

Strabane were 157-9 when play was abandoned due to rain. M Bentley 53, R Wylie 4-23

Eglinton won under D/Lewis

Donemana v Coleraine

Donemana 319 A McBrine 100, R Lee 51

Coleraine won by four wickets under D/Lewis P Douglas 61, N McDonnell 51

Coleraine now have a two point lead in the table over Brigade, after 10 games

Saturday 10 August

RSA Inter-provincial

Northern Knights v Leinster Lightning (at Waringstown)

Leinster Lightning 243-9 (50 overs) E Richardson 74 (off 79 balls), S Mereton 32, P Eakin 3-44

Northern Knights 246-7 from 48.1 overs L Nelson 62, N Larkin 61, G Thompson 38 no

Northern Knights won by three wickets

Long's Supervalu NW Premier League

Bready v Coleraine

Coleraine 188-6 D Cooke 70 no, G Cooke 53, R Barr 2-27

Bready 189-4 R Spence 68 no, A Sustin 32 no

Bready won by six wickets

Fox Lodge v Brigade

Brigade 212-8 G McKeegan 53,

Fox Lodge 213-4 B Allen 84 no, J Milligan 68

Fox Lodge won by six wickets

The defeats of the top two teams brings Fox Lodge into title contention while Bready, who are still at the foot of the table, could still avoid relegation.

Bready were pointless until last week-end and have now won twice in a row.