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Faughan Valley Cup
Final: Brigade lost to Newbuildings by 77 runs.
Bonds Glen, 31 July.
 Newbuildings 149 (19.5 overs; J Thompson 39, G McKeegan 34; A Britton 3-33, J Millar 3-40)
 Brigade 72 (17 overs; D Barr 20; G Mitchell 5-12, J Thompson 2-16, Ross Hunter 2-19)
Gary Mitchell took 5 wickets in a Man of the Match display
Newbuildings collected their second Faughan Valley Cup in three years after a surprisingly emphatic 77-run win over holders Brigade at Bonds Glen. It was old boys Johnny Thompson (39) and Gareth McKeegan (34) who did most of the damage with the bat, both hitting 3 fours and 3 sixes in their knocks as they posted 149 – three wickets for Brigade captain Andy Britton and Jamie Millar. Brigade’s reply never gained any momentum as a fired up Newbuildings bowled and fielded like dervishes. Trent McKeegan set the tone with a superb diving effort at third man, and after two wickets apiece for JT and Ross Hunter, plus one for skipper Wilson, Gary Mitchell took centre stage. His inspired spell saw him pick up five wickets for just 12 runs to earn the Man-of-the-Match accolade and send his team into Friday’s final in buoyant mood.
Jared Wilson
Semi-Final: Coleraine lost to Newbuildings in a super over.
Sandel Lodge, 9 July.
 Coleraine 105-8 (20 overs; M Hutchinson 43*, S Campbell 36; J Thompson 2-25)
 Newbuildings 105 (20 overs; M Hanna 34; M Hutchinson 4-6, R Karunaratne 2-27)
Game of the day was at Coleraine, where Newbuildings required a Super Over to separate the sides and reach the final of the Faughan Valley Cup. Coleraine had batted first and their modest total of 105 for 8 owed much to Matthew Hutchinson’s unbeaten 43 (5 fours) and 36 from Scott Campbell. It looked woefully inadequate as Mark Hanna’ run-a-ball 34 (3 fours, 2 sixes) and 20 from Jared Wilson had the visitors on 71 for 2 just past the half-way stage. To Coleraine’s credit they fought back tenaciously with Matthew Hutchinson taking 4 for 6. That left Newbuildings needing seven off the final over and when Gary Mitchell was run out off the penultimate ball, three were still required. Jordan McCorkell managed to get two of them, run out trying to get the winning run. That set up the first Super Over and skipper Wilson scored all 14 runs off Scott Campbell. Coleraine in reply managed 10, with Trent McKeegan conceding two singles from the final two balls to deny the Bannsiders.
Newbuildings captain Jared Wilson
Semi-Final: Bonds Glen lost to Brigade by 9 wickets.
Bonds Glen, 9 July.
 Bonds Glen 108-7 (20 overs; D Cooke 48, R Curry 20, J Haslett 20; R Barr 2-33)
 Brigade 114-1 (17.1 overs; D Barr 53*, A McDaid 53*)
Holders Brigade had little trouble progressing to the final after they beat Bonds Glen by nine wickets. Replying to the home side’s 108 for 7, Ifty Hussain fell second ball of the innings, but an unbroken second wicket stand of 112 between David Barr and Adam McDaid ensured an easy win. Both scored unbeaten 53’s, with Barr hitting 6 fours and 2 sixes, while McDaid’s run-a-ball knock included 8 fours and one maximum. The Bee Gees innings never really took off with David Cooke almost batting right through for his 48, while there were 20’s for Raymond Curry and Johnny Haslett in what was a one-sided contest.
Eric Cooke Cup
Final: Bready beat Burndennett by 85 runs
The Boathole, 14 August.
 Bready 231/6 (20 overs; I Young 75*, I Samarasooriya 54, G Roulston 34, D Scanlon 30; M Snodgrass 3-55, M Pollock 2-36)
 Burndennett 146/9 (20 overs; M Piedt 42, A Logue 39, M Pollock 27; G McFaul 5-25, D Scanlon 2-14)
Winners Bready (Lawrence Moore)
Ian Young and Gregory McFaul were the stars of the show as Bready convincingly beat Burndennett by 85 runs in the final of the Eric Cooke Cup at St Johnston. Irosh Samarasooriya hit 54 from 30 balls (4 fours, 4 sixes) as he and teenager Gavin Roulston (34) shared a second wicket stand of 83 after the early wicket of James McKillop. The partnership was broken when Roulston was dismissed by his father, Mark! Two further wickets from Mark Pollock (2-36) saw Bready on 117 for 4 in the 13th over. The game was then taken away from them by Ian Young and skipper David Scanlon who put on 103 in 38 balls. Young hit 7 sixes and 6 fours in his unbeaten 75 from 28 balls, while Scanlon cleared the ropes three times in his 30. Burndennett were never in the hunt, despite 42 from Marcello Piedt and Aiden Logue’s 39. They ended on 146 for 9 with Gregory McFaul taking 5 for 25.
Semi-Final: Bready beat Donemana by 10 wickets.
Magheramason, 9 July.
 Donemana 157/5 (20 overs; W McClintock 49, J Robinson 28, L Dougherty 28; G McFaul 2-32)
 Bready 158/0 (17.5 overs; D Rankin 79*, S Macbeth 77*)
Congratulations for David Rankin and Scott Macbeth of Bready after their unbeaten opening stand of 158
Bready openers David Rankin and Scott Macbeth made light work of a 158 target as they chased it down to beat Donemana by ten wickets at Magheramason. Rankin hit five fours and sixes as he top scored with an unbeaten 79, while teenager Macbeth’s 79 from 59 deliveries included 9 fours and a six against an out of sorts Donemana. Earlier, skipper William McClintock hit 4 sixes and 3 fours in his 49, while Levi Dougherty and Joe Robinson each made 28 in their 157 for 5. It looked a competitive total at the half-way stage, but Rankin and Macbeth made a mockery of that, easing their side into the final with 13 balls left.
Semi-Final: Burndennett beat Eglinton by 47 runs.
Burndennett, 9 July.
 Burndennett 167/6 (20 overs; M Piedt 51, M Mehaffey 33, A Logue 23, A McDermott 21*; A Millar 3-26)
 Eglinton 120 (17.5 overs; M Erlank 54, Jack Martin 22; C Pollock 5-11, M Snodgrass 2-18, M Roulston 2-37)
Burndennett will be Bready's opponents in the decider after they caused something of a shock by thumping Eglinton by 47 runs. Marcello Piedt’s 26-ball 51 (6 fours, 3 sixes) helped Burndennett to 167 for 6, as he and skipper Marty Mehaffey added 71 in six overs for the second wicket. Mehaffey’s 33 from just 19 balls included four sixes. Runs continued down the order from Aidan Logue (23), and Aaron McDermott (21*). Andy Millar (3-21) was the pick of the villagers attack. Eglinton were always behind in the chase, despite the best efforts of Mike Erlank, who made 54, while Jack Martin hit three sixes in his 22. Conan Pollock picked up five wickets, while there were two apiece for Mark Roulston and Snodgrass in a well-deserved victory.
Sperrin Springs Cup
Final: Glendermott beat Ardmore by 9 wickets
Strabane Park, 21 August.
 Ardmore 81 (18.5 overs; Dhram Singh 31; C Ross 3-13, N Maguire 3-19, A Johnson 2-25)
 Glendermott 82/1 (8.4 overs; N Maguire 63)
Winners Glendermott (Lawrence Moore)
Glendermott lifted the Sperrin Springs Cup with a comprehensive nine-wicket win over Ardmore at Strabane Park. Dhram Singh's 31 was the best of a bitterly disappointing batting effort that saw the Bleachgreen side skittled for just 81. There were three wickets apiece for Curtis Ross and Nathan Maguire, while Alan Johnson picked up two in a superb bowling effort by the Rectory side. Nathan McGuire made quick work of the chase, hitting 8 fours and 4 sixes in his 63 from 37 balls, before being bowled with the scores level. It was left then to former skipper Johnson to hit the winning runs as victory was clinched in the 9th over.
Semi-Final: Fox Lodge lost to Ardmore by 6 wickets.
Ballymagorry, 9 July.
 Fox Lodge 98/4 (20 overs; C Doherty 39*; H Zimmermann 2-22)
 Ardmore 102/4 (16.1 overs; T Koen 54*)
A half-century from Tyron Koen helped Ardmore win comfortably at Ballymagorry
Ardmore skipper Tyron Koen was the difference between the sides as the Bleachgreen side beat Fox Lodge in a low scoring game at Ballymagorry. The home side found the going tough, struggling to 98 for 4 in their 20 overs, with Craig Doherty (39*) hitting the only six of their innings. Ardmore too found the going tough, with the exception of Koen, who hit 6 sixes and 2 fours in his unbeaten 54 from just 37 balls to help his side to a six wickets win in the 17th over and set up the clash with Strabane.
Fox Lodge captain Aaron Heywood
Semi-Final: Strabane lost to Glendermott by 4 wickets.
Strabane Park, 9 July.
 Strabane 181/3 (20 overs; E Ahmed 88, A Gillespie 72; B Mills 3-28)
 Glendermott 185/6 (18.2 overs; B Mills 51*, N Maguire 42, J Anwar 29, T McDermott 21, A Johnson 21; R Logue 4-16)
Six hit for Ehtesham Ahmed
Glendermott skipper Ben Mills powered his side into the Sperrin Springs final with a superb half century to beat Strabane by four wickets. Chasing 181, the Rectory side were given a fast start by Nathan McGuire (42) and Jamal Anwar (29), who each cleared the ropes twice in an opening stand of 70 in seven overs. Rhys Logue (4-16) slowed their progress with a superb spell, and at 129 for 5 after 15 overs, it seemed as if the Red Caps would prevail. However, Mills thumped 6 sixes and a four in his unbeaten 51 from 20 balls to seal victory with ten balls left. Earlier, an opening stand of 164 between Ehtesham Ahmed and Aaron Gillespie looked to be winning the match for their side. ‘Shami’ top-scored with 88 from 49 balls, while skipper Gillespie’s 72 came from 57 deliveries, with both hitting seven sixes. Mills (3-28) the only bowler to take wickets for Glendermott on a day when the bat dominated.
Group A
PWTNRLBPPts
Brigade6500121121
Burndennett630031878
Fox Lodge620041555
Killyclooney62004646
Killyclooney beat Fox Lodge by 5 wickets.
Killyclooney, 24 June.
Fox Lodge 163-7 (20 overs; D McCarter 65, B Allen 40, L Hayes 26; G Moan 4/11)
Killyclooney 164-5 (18.5 overs; T Dougherty 53*, W Finlay 31, A Colhoun 20; J McIntyre 2/35)
Killyclooney gained a consolation five-wicket win at home to Fox Lodge as skipper Timmy Dougherty hit an unbeaten half-century. Dean McCarter hit 5 fours and 5 sixes in his 65 from 44 balls, as he shared a third wicket stand of 83 with Brian Allen. Giles Moan took 4 for 11 as Fox Lodge posted 163 for 7. Home skipper Dougherty's unbeaten 53 from 31 balls (5 fours, 4 sixes) guided his team home with seven balls to spare.
Burndennett lost to Brigade by 6 wickets.
Burndennett, 24 June.
Burndennett 163-8 (20 overs; M Piedt 71, M Doherty 27; N Gray 4/24, R Macbeth 3/26)
Brigade 164-4 (18.4 overs; G McCarter 40, D Barr 39, A McDaid 36, I Hussain 28; M Mooney 2/29)
Defending champions Brigade clinched Group A as they chased 164 to beat top spot rivals Burndennett by six wickets. The home side had been well placed batting first as a second wicket stand of 94 in nine overs between Marcello Piedt and Mark Doherty took them to 102 for 1. However, once Doherty departed for a run-a-ball 27, the innings lost its momentum. Piedt top-scored with 71 from 40 balls (9 fours, 4 sixes), but four wickets for Nick Gray and Ryan Macbeth meant Burndennett ended on 163 for 8. Ifty Hussain got the run chase off to a flyer with 28 from just 9 balls, and that meant DD Barr (39) and Adam McDaid (36) were able to go at their own pace, while some typical late blows from Graeme McCarter (40) ensured the win with eight balls to spare
Killyclooney (1) lost to Burndennett (24) by 8 wickets.
Killyclooney, 17 June.
Killyclooney 133/7 (20 overs; D Moan 63, D Lynch 40*; M Snodgrass 3/27, M Piedt 2/18)
Burndennett 134/2 (13 overs; M Piedt 52, M Mehaffey 47*)
Burndennett gave a debut to Sri Lankan professional Madhawa Fernando, but he could only make seven. Darren Moan top-scored with 63 from 51 balls (9 fours, 1 six), as he and Derek Lynch added 77 for the fifth wicket to get them to 133 for 7. Lynch hit 3 fours and 3 sixes in an unbeaten 40. Mark Snodgrass (3/27) and Marcello Piedt (2/18) were the pick of the visitors' attack. Burndennett romped to an eight-wicket win as they chased the target in just 13 overs. Piedt hit 5 sixes and 4 fours in his 22-ball half century, as he and skipper Marty Mehaffey (47*) shared a second wicket partnership of 79 in just seven overs to ensure the victory.
Brigade (23) beat Fox Lodge (2) by 5 wickets.
Beechgrove, 17 June.
Fox Lodge 108/5 (20 overs; J Robinson 39, I Hussain 2/23)
Brigade 109/5 (18.4 overs; A Britton 29*; A Heywood 2/20)
The throw misses and McCarter is safe
Holders Brigade won the battle of the top sides in Group A with a five-wicket win over Fox Lodge at Beechgrove. Former Brigade aa-rounder Johnny Robinson top-scored for the Foxes with a run-a-balls 39 (4 fours, 1 six) in their modest total of 108 for 5. The Ballymagorry side adopted a rather sedate style, never recovering from the cheap loss of Marco Marais, who slapped an Andy Britton long-hop to deep cover. Ifty Hussain took 2 for 23, including a brilliant caught and bowled to account for Brian Allen. Brigade too never really got out of second gear, as they found the bowling tough to score freely from. David Barr and Adam McDaid both made 24, and it took some late blows from skipper Andy Britton (29*), who cleared the ropes three times to secure the five-wicket win in the 19th over.
Brigade (25) beat Killyclooney (0) by 9 wickets.
Beechgrove, 20 May.
Killyclooney 123-7 (20.0 overs, G Moan 34, I Hussain 2-15, R Macbeth 2-18, R Barr 2-34)
Brigade 124-1 (16.4 overs, D Barr 45*, A McDaid 44*)
Burndennett (23) beat Fox Lodge (2) by 15 runs.
Burndennett, 20 May.
Burndennett 186-4 (18.0 overs, E McGettigan 69, M Piedt 65, M Mehaffey 33, J Robinson 3-49)
Fox Lodge 171-7 (18.0 overs, T Nicholl 43, C Doherty 42, M Snodgrass 3-30, M Piedt 2-32)
Scorecard Brigade v Burndennett, 23 April.
Scorecard Fox Lodge v Killyclooney, 23 April.
NW T20 Group A
Killyclooney (0) lost to Brigade (25) by 9 wickets
Killyclooney, 3 June.
Killyclooney 116-7 (20.0 overs, T Dougherty 28*, D Barr 3-14, R Macbeth 2-27)
Brigade 117-1 (14.4 overs, I Hussain 37, D Barr 36*, A McDaid 31*)
NW T20 Group A
Fox Lodge (1) lost to Burndennett (24) by 21 runs
Ballymagorry, 3 June.
Burndennett 168-6 (20.0 overs, M Piedt 56, E McGettigan 48)
Fox Lodge 147-7 (20.0 overs, C Doherty 40, A Doherty 28*, M Snodgrass 3-13)
NW T20 Group A
Fox Lodge (24) beat Brigade (1) by 24 runs
Ballymagorry, 27 May.
Fox Lodge 146-2 (20.0 overs, M Marais 96*)
Brigade 122 (17.3 overs, G McCarter 28, J Robinson 5-12, A Heywood 2-11, A Doherty 2-21)
NW T20 Group A
Burndennett (4) lost to Killyclooney (21) by 2 wickets
Burndennett, 27 May.
Burndennett 155-3 (20.0 overs, M Pollock 55*, A Barr 53*, J Wallace 2-21)
Killyclooney 156-9 (19.4 overs, M Gordon 71*, T Dougherty 29, M Pollock 3-43, M Piedt 2-17)
Group B
PWTNRLBPPts
Bonds Glen640111696
Eglinton630121676
Strabane630121070
St Johnston6001588
Eglinton beat Strabane by 102 runs.
Eglinton, 24 June.
Eglinton 250-2 (20 overs; A Millar 83, T Orr 73*, M Erlank 40*, R Logue 37; M McNulty 2/39)
Strabane 148-9 (20 overs; R Gallagher 95; M Averill 3/30, M Erlank 2/20, M Mills 2/29, Jack Martin 2/34)
Eglinton kept themselves in contention after an impressive 102-run win over Strabane at Fox Lodge. The villagers hit 20 fours and 14 sixes in their 250 for 2, spearheaded by Andy Millar's 83 from 45 balls (8 fours, 5 sixes). He shared stands of 78 with Robbie Logue (37) and 101 with in-form Tommy Orr, whose unbeaten 73 from 43 deliveries included 6 fours and 3 sixes. Mike Erlank kept the boundaries flowing in his 40 from 18 balls (2 fours, 3 sixes) as the Strabane attack suffered. Strabane were missing Aaron Gillespie, who injured his finger playing for MCC in midweek, and a near impossible chase got tougher when Zimbabwean professional Ernest Musuku fell first ball to Mark Averill (3/30) first ball. Ryan Gallagher ploughed a lonely furrow as he clubbed 9 fours and 4 sixes in his 95 fro58 balls, perishing on the boundary as he tried to reach his century. The 102-run win means Eglinton still have a chance of qualification, but will be relying on Strabane beating Fox Lodge and themselves beating St Johnston.
Bonds Glen beat St Johnston by 8 wickets.
Bonds Glen, 24 June.
St Johnston 177-4 (20 overs; D Anthony 57*, N Cole 42*, S Babu 35, D Lapsley 24)
Bonds Glen 179-2 (14 overs; M Barr 110*, S Killen 31, R Curry 20*)
It's all still to play for in Group B, with Bonds Glen still in pole position after another impressive batting blitz saw St Johnston put to the sword. The Donegal side scored 177 for 4, with David Anthony hitting 5 fours and 5 sixes in his 57 from 27 balls. He added 99 for the fifth wicket with Nathan Cole (42*). The Bee Gees though had no trouble chasing down the target as Mattie Barr bludgeoned 12 sixes and 7 fours in his undefeated 110 from just 43 balls. He shared an opening stand of 104 in just 7.3 overs with Simon Killen (31*) to all but seal the win. Raymond Curry (20*) chipped in as the total was passed with six overs to spare.
St Johnston (1) lost to Strabane (24) by 8 wickets.
The Boathole, 17 June.
St Johnston 118/8 (20 overs; M Rankin 31; E Musuku 3/17, V Murthy 2/30)
Strabane 123/2 (15.5 overs; A Gillespie 94*)
Strabane are now breathing down the necks of Group B leaders Bonds Glen after Aaron Gillespie inspired them to a convincing 8-wickets win at St Johnston. The Red Caps skipper took his season tally in the competition to an incredible 365 runs in just four games, as he clubbed 8 sixes and 5 fours in his unbeaten 94 from just 59 deliveries. He added 110 in 11 overs with Rajan Raorane (19*) as Strabane chased their target of 118 in the 16th over. Scott Devenney had bowled superbly early on, taking 1 for 4 in three overs. The St Johnston total of 118 for 8 was based around a solid 31 from Michael Rankin and 21 from the veteran Ian Macbeth. Zimbabwean professional Ernest Musuku (3-17) the pick of the Tyrone side's attack.
Eglinton (25) beat Bonds Glen (0) by 9 wickets.
Eglinton, 17 June.
Bonds Glen 145/9 (20 overs; H Roberts 79; R Wylie 4/21. M Mills 3/35)
Eglinton 146/1 (18.5 overs; T Orr 57*, A Millar 52)
Bonds Glen still top the group despite their 9-wicket loss at Eglinton. The Bee Gees were in early trouble as Richard Wylie (4/21) and Mattie Mills (3/35) saw them reduced to 39 for 5. They rallied though as Heinrich Roberts hit 5 fours and 4 sixes in his 79 from 50 balls, as they finished on 145 for 9. The total proved little trouble to the home side, as skipper Andy Millar and the ever consistent Tommy Orr both made half centuries in an opening stand of 97. Millar hit 6 fours and 2 sixes in his 52 from 36 deliveries, while Orr's unbeaten 57 came from 53 balls (4 fours, 1 six). Jamie Millar also made 21 not out as he and Orr added an unbroken 49 to seal the nine-wicket win with seven balls left.
Bonds Glen (24) beat Strabane (1) by 7 wickets.
Bonds Glen, 20 May.
Strabane 270-2 (20.0 overs, A Gillespie 198*, C Graham 25)
Bonds Glen 273-3 (18.5 overs, R Curry 154*, K Moore 81)
Bonds Glen (24) beat Strabane (1) by 7 wickets.
Bonds Glen, 20 May.
Strabane 270-2 (20.0 overs, A Gillespie 198*, C Graham 25)
Bonds Glen 273-3 (18.5 overs, R Curry 154*, K Moore 81)
Scorecard Strabane v Bonds Glen, 25 June.
Scorecard Eglinton v Bonds Glen, 23 April.
Scorecard Strabane v St Johnston, 23 April.
NW T20 Group B
St Johnston (0) v Eglinton (0) - no result.
The Boathole, 1 July.
St Johnston
Eglinton
NW T20 Group B
Strabane (0) v Bonds Glen (0) - no result.
Strabane Park, 1 July.
Bonds Glen 110/4 (14.2 overs; S Killen 29, D Cooke 26*; Tanvir Hasan 3-32)
Strabane
NW T20 Group B
Eglinton (24) beat St Johnston (1) by 7 wickets
Eglinton, 3 June.
St Johnston 139-5 (20.0 overs, D Lapsley 42, I Macbeth 29, R Millar 2-17, A Millar 2-26)
Eglinton 143-3 (17.0 overs, T Orr 52*, R Logue 31, N Cole 2-31)
NW T20 Group B
St Johnston (1) lost to Bonds Glen (24) by 28 runs
The Boathole, 27 May.
Bonds Glen 160-6 (20.0 overs, H Roberts 45)
St Johnston 132-6 (20.0 overs, J Macbeth 65*, D Lapsley 35, S KIncaid 2-21)
NW T20 Group B
Strabane (24) beat Eglinton (1) by 23 runs
Strabane Park, 27 May.
Strabane 170-2 (20.0 overs, A Gillespie 71, T Harpur 39, R Gallagher 39*)
Eglinton 147-8 (20.0 overs, R Millar 65*, R Logue 47, R Gallagher 2-20, T Harpur 2-31, M McNulty 2-40)
Group C
PWTNRLBPPts
Newbuildings430011474
Donemana4210112.562
Glendermott401033.513
Newbuildings beat Glendermott by 9 wickets.
Foyleview, 24 June.
Glendermott 183-7 (20 overs; T McDermott 55, J Anwar 47, N Maguire 21; J Wilson 2/26, T McKeegan 2/41)
Newbuildings 187-1 (16.2 overs; J Thompson 101*, R Hunter 54*, M Hanna 23)
Newbuildings topped Group C as they cruised to a nine-wicket win at home to Glendermott. Tucker McDermott top scored with 55, adding 79 for the fourth wicket with professional Jamal Anwar (47) as The Rectory side made 183 for 7. In the chase, Johnny Thompson was the home side hero as his week in the Spanish sun seemed to have done him the world of good. He won't have lost many kilos though as he kept running to a minimum as he sent 12 sixes sailing over the ropes in his 101 not out from just 52 balls. He shared an unbroken second wicket stand of 144 with Ryan Hunter, who made 54 not out (6 fours, 2 sixes). The home side passed their 184 target in the 17th over, and on this form, silverware may not be too far away.
Donemana (25) beat Newbuildings (0) by 34 runs.
The Holm, 17 June.
Donemana 179/6 (20 overs; D Mehaffey 84, MN Sarwar 48, L Dougherty 26*; J Wilson 3/38, J McCorkell 2/23)
Newbuildings 145 all out (18.1 overs; M Hanna 44, J Wilson 26, R Dougherty 26; S Huey 3/17, L Dougherty 3/34, G Neely 2/12)
Donemana kept alive their qualification hopes with a win over Newbuildings, but will be relying on Glendermott to do them a favour if they are to make the semi-finals. Left-hander Dean Mehaffey hit 8 sixes and 6 fours in his 84 from 52 balls, while Pakistan professional Naveed Anwar made 48 and Levi Dougherty a rapid 26 (3 sixes) as the home side posted 179 for 6. Jared Wilson took 3 for 28 and Jordan McCorkell (2/23). Mark Hanna raced out of the blocks in the chase as he hit 5 sixes and 3 fours in his 44 from only 16 balls, while skipper Wilson smashed 4 sixes in his 26. Ross Dougherty also made 26, bit with JT on holiday, the Newbuildings reply faltered as they fell 34 runs adrift. Sam Huey and Levi Dougherty each took three wickets, while Gary Neely picked up 2 for 12.
Newbuildings (25) beat Donemana (0) by 49 runs.
Foyleview Arena, 21 May.
Newbuildings 224-4 (20.0 overs, J Wilson 95, J Thompson 32, G McKeegan 32, A McBrine 2-28, L Dougherty 2-61)
Donemana 175-7 (20.0 overs, L Dougherty 42, J Robinson 26, G Mitchell 3-33, J Wilson 2-19)
Newbuildings (25) beat Donemana (0) by 49 runs.
Foyleview Arena, 21 May.
Newbuildings 224-4 (20.0 overs, J Wilson 95, J Thompson 32, G McKeegan 32, A McBrine 2-28, L Dougherty 2-61)
Donemana 175-7 (20.0 overs, L Dougherty 42, J Robinson 26, G Mitchell 3-33, J Wilson 2-19)
NW T20 Group C
Newbuildings (25) beat Glendermott (0) by 9 wickets.
Foyleview Arena, 24 June.
Glendermott 183/7 (20 overs; T McDermott 55, J Anwar 47, N Maguire 21; J Wilson 2/26, T McKeegan 2/41)
Newbuildings 187/1 (16.2 overs; J Thompson 101*, R Hunter 54*, M Hanna 23)
NW T20 Group C
Donemana (25) beat Newbuildings (0) by 34 runs.
The Holm, 17 June.
Donemana 179/6 (20 overs; D Mehaffey 84, MN Sarwar 48, L Dougherty 26*; J Wilson 3/38, J McCorkell 2/23)
Newbuildings 145 all out (18.1 overs; M Hanna 44, J Wilson 26, R Dougherty 26; S Huey 3/17, L Dougherty 3/34, G Neely 2/12)
NW T20 Group C
Glendermott (12) tied with Donemana (12)
The Rectory, 3 June.
Glendermott 188-1 (20.0 overs, Jamal Anwar 69*, N McGuire 65*, S Laird 43)
Donemana 188-7 (20.0 overs, W McClintock 44, J Robinson 41, B Mills 2-25, T Killen 2-37)
NW T20 Group C
Glendermott (1) lost to Newbuildings (24) by 7 wickets
The Rectory, 27 May.
Glendermott 158-2 (20.0 overs, Jamal Anwar 102*, B Mills 38*)
Newbuildings 161-3 (18.2 overs, G McKeegan 49, M Hanna 36, J Thompson 35)
Scorecard Donemana v Glendermott, 23 April.
Group D
PWTNRLBPPts
Coleraine640111898
Bready630121676
Ardmore63012767
Ballyspallen6001599
Ardmore lost to Coleraine by 52 runs.
Bleachgreen, 24 June.
Coleraine 171-5 (20 overs; R Karunaratne 75*, B Johnston 26, V Chopra 21; D Singh 3/21)
Ardmore 119-9 (20 overs; D Singh 30, C King 22, H Zimmermann 21; R Karunaratne 3/29, V Chopra 2/20, S Campbell 2/15)
Coleraine and Bready will battle it out next Friday to see who emerges top after both sides won impressively. Bannsiders professional Ravi Karunaratne hit 6 sixes and 6 fours in a brilliant 75 not out from just 33 balls as they made 171 for 5 at the Bleachgreen, He and Ben Johnston (26) shared a fifth wicket stand of 106 in ten overs, after Ardmore's Dharm Singh 3/21) had got Ardmore back into the game. Singh top scored with 30 in the chase, which in truth never got going. The spin triumvirate of Karunaratne, Scott Campbell and Varun Chopra ensured a straightforward 52-runs win.
Bready beat Ballyspallen by 28 runs.
Magheramason, 24 June.
Bready 152-6 (I Samarasooriya 61, J McKillop 34; M O'Brien 2/18)
Ballyspallen 124 (19.3 overs; D Perera 56; D Scanlon 3/14, I Samarasooriya 3/17, I Young 3/19)
Bready stayed on their tail after their Sri Lankan professional Irosh Samarasooriya's 61 from 38 balls (6 fours, 3 sixes) helped the Magheramason side to 152 for 6. He shared a second wicket stand of 95 with teenager James McKillop (34), the latest off the youth production line. In a night of Sri Lankan batting domination in Group D, Demith Perera too-scored with 56 for 'Spallen, but three wickets apiece for skipper David Scanlon, Irosh and Ian Young, Bready clinched a 28-run win to set up the showdown.
Ballyspallen (1) lost to Ardmore (24) by 21 runs.
Bridge Park, 17 June.
Ardmore 199/8 (20 overs; D Bezzant 109, D Singh 26; J Thompson 2/32)
Ballyspallen 178/4 (20 overs; D Perera 97, Ste Kennedy 45; T Koen 2-33)
Ardmore were the highest scorers of the night as they racked up 199 for 8 at Ballyspallen. Dave Bezzant hit 10 sixes and 6 fours in his brilliant 109 from 55 balls, while there were 20s from Rachit Gaur and Dharm Singh. Ballyspallen's Sri Lankan professional Demith Perera kept the chase interesting as he hit 9 fours and 6 sixes in his 97 from 57 balls. He shared a third wicket partnership of 92 in 9 overs with Stephen Kennedy (45), but despite their best efforts, they finished 21 runs adrift.
Ardmore (21) beat Coleraine (4p) by 2 wickets.
Sandel Lodge, 26 May.
Coleraine 108-5 (20 overs; M Hutchinson 33, Varun Chopra 27*; T Koen 2-27)
Ardmore 110-8 (19.5 overs; T Koen 46; S Hutchinson 2-8, R Karunaratne 2-9)
Ardmore (0) v Ballyspallen (0) - no result.
Bleachgreen, 20 May.
NW T20 Group D
Bready (0) v Coleraine (0) - no result.
Magheramason, 1 July.
Coleraine 59/1 (5 overs; R Karunaratne 45)
Bready
NW T20 Group D
Ardmore (20) beat Bready (5) by 3 runs
Bleachgreen, 3 June.
Ardmore 118-4 (20.0 overs, H Zimmermann 49*, R Gaur 25, G McFaul 2-25)
Bready 115-8 (20.0 overs, I Samarasooriya 39, G Roulston 28, S Gormley 3-16, T Koen 2-22)
NW T20 Group D
Coleraine (20) beat Ballyspallen (5) by 2 runs
Sandel Lodge, 3 June.
Coleraine 115-8 (20.0 overs, R Karunaratne 50, M Hutchinson 28, Ste Kennedy 3-5)
Ballyspallen 113-8 (20.0 overs, Ste Kennedy 29, L Gilfillan 29, R Knox 2-9)
NW T20 Group D
Ballyspallen (1) lost to Bready (24) by 8 wickets
Bridge Park, 27 May.
Ballyspallen 48 (17.1 overs, D McCloskey 3-7, J McKillop 2-10, D Scanlon 2-13)
Bready 54-2 (9.0 overs, D Rankin 33)
Scorecard Ballyspallen v Coleraine, 23 April.
Scorecard Bready v Ardmore, 23 April.
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