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University Cricket 2004
Irish Universities Championships 2004

Belfast, June 8-10

  • Dublin Business School lost to University of Ulster by 8 wickets.
    Carrickfergus, 8 June.
    Dublin Business School 178-7 (S Ahmed 53*, A White 3-30)
    University of Ulster Jordanstown 180-2 (A White 61, R Craig 50*)
  • RCSI lost to Queen's University by 8 wickets.
    Templepatrick, 8 June.
    RCSI 74 (R Bell 5-23)
    Queen's University 79-2
  • University College Cork beat University College Galway by 29 runs.
    Belfast High School, 8 June.
    University College Cork 166
    University College Galway 137
  • University of Ulster beat University College Cork by 8 wickets.
    Carrickfergus, June 9.
    University College Cork 129 (R Dougan 59, J Guy 3-26)
    University of Ulster 130-2 (A Haire 46*)
  • Queen's University beat Dublin University on run rate.
    Ballyclare, June 9.
    Dublin University 193 (M O'Herlihy 47, G Lucy 4-24)
    Queens University 164-4
  • Dublin Business School beat RCSI by 115 runs.
    Belfast High School, 9 June.
    Dublin Business School 220
    RCSI 105