At the end of the Knights Innings I felt that the score was probably a little below par, looking at the fact that the Lightning managed to chase these total down with 19 balls to spare, you'd have to think it was right!
The 162 run third wicket partnership between Balbirnie and Tucker really wrestled the game away form the Knights.
Balbirnie played a chanceless innings to be the first player this season to score a century in the Interpros,showing his international class.
With Kevin O'Brien coming in to hit a breezy 49 off 33 balls, the result was never really in doubt.
The Knights bowlers never managed to capitalise on their early breakthrough's and the heads started to go down as the runs started to flow.
So the Lightning get four points for the win and take 1 one point lead in the competition back home.
Over the next four weeks its going to be International action that takes precedence, with England, West Indies, Bangladesh and Afghanistan coming visiting.
The Interpros will then start again on the 23rd May when the Warriors take on the Leinster Lightning at Bready. So hopefully you'll be able to join me then.
Until then, thanks for following my commentary over the last couple of days in La Manga. This is Justin Smyth saying goodnight!
Only 7 needed now for the win
Only the 16 runs needed for the Lightning, this could be ending rapidly
Its been a brilliant innings from Balbirnie, they crossed whilst the ball was in the air so KOB is on strike
Yet another lost ball it seems, there have been plenty of them today!