Weekend cricket results

Civil Service North's Jason van der Merwe in action against Ballymena

Sunday 18 August

Ulster Bank Premier League

Instonians v Waringstown

Waringstown 249-5 (J Hall 84, G Thompson 55 no, O Pienaar 39)

Instonians 98

Waringstown won by 151 runs

Leaders Instonians' League lead cut to four points

Long's Supervalu NW Premier League

Donemana v Glendermott -

Glendermott 146 (G Christian 65)

Donemana under D/L needed 148 from 42 overs

Donemana 148-7

Donemana won by three wickets

Donemana now sure of staying in Premier League

Saturday 17 August

Ulster Bank Premier League

North Down v CIYMS

North Down 150 (P Eakin 41 not out, T Britton 5-23, J Mulder 4-25, including a hat-trick)

CIYMS 52 (T Ley 6-32)

North Down won by 98 runs

Ballymena v CSNI

CSNI 255-4 (N Jones 132, A Cowden 55)

Ballymena 112

CSNI won by 143 runs

Lurgan v Instonians

Instonians (294-5 C Brome 104, N Russell 72, A White 62 not out)

Lurgan 174 (P Maxwell 69, E Moleon 4-20, Z Rush 2-20)

Instonians won by 120 runs

Lisburn v Waringstown

Waringstown 193 (A Dennison 59, D Brown 6-29)

Lisburn 105 (D Brown 28, K McCallan 4-11, G Kidd 3-23)

Waringstown won by 88 runs

Each of the main contenders for the title, Instonians, North Down and Waringstown have three matches remaining.

Long's Supervalu NW Premier League

Brigade v Fox Lodge

Fox Lodge 45 J Thompson 4-11

Brigade 46-1

Brigade won by nine wickets

Donemana v Eglinton

Eglinton 164 (S Thompson 45, J McGonigle 5-18)

Donemana 167-3 (C Sajid 79 no, W McClintock 60)

Donemana won by seven wickets

Strabane v Glendermott

Glendermott 252-6 (G Christian 127, T Barr 3-45)

Strabane 237-9 (A Gillespie 39, D Lynch 32 no, M Gillespie 30)

Glendermott won by 15 runs

Coleraine v Bready

Bready 166 (R Barr 42, R Knox 2-2)

Coleraine 167-5 (D Cooke 51 not out)

Coleraine won by five wickets

With only a few games remaining, the title would appear to be between Coleraine and Brigade following Fox Lodge's defeat. Coleraine have 18 points and Brigade are only two points in arrears with each having three games to play.

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