It was back to league action this week in the women's game and Donemana kept up their winning ways with a victory over local rivals Killyclooney.
Batting first against Killyclooney they scored 62 thanks mainly to skipper Gail Nelson who top scored with 20 while the bowling honours went to Angel Laird with figures of 3-11.
In response Donemana got off to a rapid start with a fantastic display of batting from Gemma Scott (24*) and Rachel Hepburn (25*) who managed to chase down the total in just 12 overs.
Strabane kept their title hopes going with a 9-wicket victory over Bonds Glen.
Bonds Glen who were put into bat got 74 thanks mainly to Lorraine Brandon who top scored with 27 runs while the bowling honours went to D McDonald with figures of 4-12.
In response The Saints got off to a flying start with a partnership worth 56 runs between Hazel Magee (27*) and Anji Porter (26*), which saw them achieve their total in 14 overs.
The final match saw Fox Lodge beat Eglinton with a player-of -the match performance from Mollie Devine due to her outstanding bit of bowling with figures of 3-7.
Eglinton batting first got off to an unsettled start due to the precise bowling from Devine who picked up the wickets 3 of the top 4 batswoman.
The hosts who seemed to get back into the game as Gail Ritchie made 16, which helped the hosts achieve a final total worth 54.
In reply The Foxies seemed too strong for Eglinton as they achieved the total in 11 overs due to a great bit of batting from Hannah McLaughlin (12) and Emma Allen (9).
Next Monday night 4th July, sees the semi finals of the ladies cup.
Current holders Strabane Saints play host to Bonds Glen and Fox Lodge set off to travel to Magheramason to take on this years favourites, Bready