Cup Competitions 2017
Ulster Plate draw ( )
Holders CIYMS travel to Bonds Glen in the opening round of the Ulster Plate competition.
CIYMS win Ulster Plate ( )
CIYMS beat 2015 winners Brigade to claim their first Ulster Plate win in the final at Belmont.
Future of Ulster Shield in doubt ( )
THE future of the Ulster Shield is in doubt following the apathy of clubs last week to take part in last Sundayís Finals Day.
Strabane win Ulster Shield after super over ( )
Strabane are the Ulster Shield winners for 2017 after Tommy Barr's side beat St Johnston in a nerve-jangling "super over" after the two sides had tied the 20-over decider.
Waringstown clinch Ulster Cup triumph ( )
Waringstown clinched their first Ulster Cup triumph in the 19 year history of the competition, played for the first time this season in T20 format.
Ulster Shield shambles ( )
Armagh follow Woodvale and withdraw from Ulster Shield competition.
Woodvale spoil the party ( )
One level down, the Ulster Shield this year is also a T20 competition but Woodvale, beaten finalists in the NCUís Twenty20 Trophy have spoiled the party, claiming they couldnít get a team to travel to the North West!
Woodvale withdraw from Ulster Shield finals day ( )
Woodvale have decided not to play in the Ulster Shield T20 finals day and will be replaced by Holywood.
All Ireland T20 finals day ( )
Waringstown meet Bready while Clontarf take on Cork County.
CIYMS beat Donemana ( )
CIYMS reach Ulster Plate final with five-run win against Donemana.
Semi-finalists decided in Ulster Plate ( )
Holders Bready crashed out of the Ulster Plate after a four-wicket loss at home to CIYMS. Ben Smith and David Allison took three wickets apiece as the Magheramason side were skittled for just 77.
Holders through in Ulster Plate ( )
The first round of the O'Neills Ulster Plate took place on Sunday with 5 NCU and 3 NW sides progressing to the last eight.
Bready begin Ulster Plate defence ( )
Bready II start the defence of the Ulster Plate on Sunday with a home game against Carrickfergus II as North West clubs aim to continue their domination of the competition.