Weekend local cricket results

Civil Service bowler Mark Adair in action against North Down at Comber

Saturday 17 May

Ulster Bank Premier League

Instonians v Muckamore

Instonians 207 (I Wasid 78, G Nicholl 4-38); Muckamore 131. Instonians won by 76 runs

North Down v CSNI

North Down 281 (A Sutherland 91, J Terrett 57); CSNI 183 (R Haire 3-26). North Down won by 97 runs

Lisburn v Waringstown

Waringstown 241-5 (L Nelson 118 not out); Lisburn 129. Waringstown won by 112 runs

CIYMS v Ballymena

Ballymena 122 (S Lazars 64, J Mulder 3-30); CIYMS 125-1 (R van der Duffen 59 not out, C Dougherty 52). CIYMS won by nine wickets

Danske Bank North West Senior Cup

Coleraine v Bond's Glen

Bond's Glen 69 (J Barnes 4-30, R Chopra 3-11); Coleraine 71-0 (S Campbell 54 not out). Coleraine won by 10 wickets

Donemana v St Johnston

St Johnston 39 (N Cole 21,C Sijad 8-7); Donemana 40-0 (T Riddles 20 not out). Donemana won by 10 wickets

Drummond v Strabane

Drummond 67 (T Mupariwa 5-15); Strabane 68-3. Strabane won by seven wickets

Killyclooney v Fox Lodge

Killyclooney 123 (J Milligan 5-19); Fox Lodge 124-2 (I Hussein 39 not out). Fox Lodge won by eight wickets

Sion Mills v Glendermott

Sion Mills 124 (S Cochrane 4-21); Glendermott 125-2 (S Killen 60 not out). Glendermott won by eight wickets

Burndennett v Creevedonnell

Burndennett 204-6; Creevedonnell 205-8 (A Barr 87 not out). Creevedonnell won by two wickets

Eglinton v Brigade

Eglinton 172 (C Pierce 47); Brigade 173-5 (J Thompson 39 not out). Brigade won by five wickets

Ardmore v Bready

Bready 232-5 (D Barr 116 not out, B Crumley 63); Ardmore 153 (E Kem 3-24, C Young 2-16). Bready won by 79 runs

Sunday 18 May

RSA Irish Senior Cup - first round

Downpatrick v YMCA

'Bowl-out' Downpatrick 0 YMCA 3

YMCA are now away to Coleraine in second round. (Bowl-out took place after 18:30 BST)

Glendermott v The Hills

Glendermott 164 (R Silver 46, T McDowell 31)

Under D/Lewis The Hills were set a target of 154 for victory

The Hills 154-5.

The Hills won by five wickets and are now at home to Bready.