St Johnston recorded two home wins on Saturday in the North West Twenty20 competition.
The Saints overcame top Championship sides Ballyspallen and Glendermott at the Railway Road.
St Johnston had 49 runs to spare on Ballyspallen and defeated Glendermott by 43 runs.
St Johnston put up 166 for the loss of six wickets against Ballyspallen with David Lapsley hitting 44 and captain Ian Macbeth registering 28.
Ballypallen made 117 for the fall of eight in response with P McIlmoyle reaching 34 not out.
Rammohan Goud (3-20) and Nathan Cole (2-13) were the pick of the St Johnston bowlers.
St Johnston put up 151 against Glendermott, losing seven wickets.
Skipper Ian Macbeth made an unbeaten 32 while David Macbeth scored 44 runs. Jack Macbeth notched up 31.
Jacob Maroske (5-6) and Nathan Cole (3-28) were best with the ball as Glendermott could only make 108-9 in return.
Ben Mills’ unbeaten 34 was the best stand for Glendermott at the crease.Tags: