CricketEurope logo
NWCU Women's Cricket 2022
Women's Cup Final: Fox Lodge beat Eglinton by 13 runs (DLS)
Strabane Park, 3 August.
 Eglinton 52 (13.3 overs; A McLaughlin 16; M Devine 3-8, L Neely 3-12; K Bates 2-9)
 Fox Lodge 41/2 (12.1 overs; L Neely 14, S Black 14*)
Winners Fox Lodge (Lawrence Moore)
Fox Lodge won the North West Women's Senior Cup for the fourth time in five years beating Eglinton by 13 runs on DLS in a rain affected final at Strabane. Batting first, Eglinton were dismissed for just 52, with Alice McLaughlin their top scorer on 16. Fox Lodge skipper Mollie Devine and Lucy Neely took three wickets apiece, while Kara Bates claimed two in a fine bowling display by the Ballymagorry side. Sarah Black and Lucy Neely both scored 14 as Fox Lodge reached 41 for 2 in the chase before the weather closed in, the Tyrone side declared 13-run victors.
Fox Lodge joint-captain Hannah McLaughlin
Under 13 Girls Final: Bready beat Coleraine by 1 run
Eglinton, 29 August.
 Bready 77/3 (15 overs; J Spence 17, C Young 17*; C Block 2-8)
 Coleraine 76/3 (15 overs; M Spence 2-13)
Winners Bready
Bready won the Under 13 girls final as they edged out Coleraine by just 1 run in a real thriller at Eglinton. The Magheramason side posted 77 for 3 in their 15 overs with Jodie Spence and Corrine Young each making 17, while Connie Block took two wickets for just eight runs. The Bannsiders got agonisingly close, but despite the best efforts of Zoe Willmott they fell just short. Millie Spence (213) and Sophie Hamilton (1-15) were the successful Bready bowlers. They will now go forward to represent the North West in the All-Ireland final, which will be hosted in the region.
Bready beat Eglinton by 9 wickets
Magheramason, 15 August.
 Eglinton 56/3 (10 overs; R Moore 27)
 Bready 57/1 (5.4 overs, A Dalzell 37*)
Premier League champions Bready
Premier champions Bready ensured they completed their league campaign unbeaten as they beat Eglinton by 9 wickets at home in a match reduced to ten overs per side. Rea Moore top-scored with 27 for the visitors in their 56 for 3. Home skipper Alana Dalzell ensured the comprehensive win, as she hit three sixes and two fours in a quickfire unbeaten 37, clinching the nine-wicket win in the 6th over.
Strabane lost to Fox Lodge by 5 wickets
Strabane Park, 15 August.
 Strabane 75/5 (16 overs; H Britton 27, L McGranaghan 18, L Neely 2-21)
 Fox Lodge 76/5 (12.5 overs; H McLaughlin 25, S Black 18; Chloe Deans 2-16, E Doherty 2-19)
Other Match
Coleraine lost to Bready by 63 runs
Sandel Lodge, 8 August.
 Bready 118/3 (20 overs; A Dalzell 56*)
 Coleraine 55 (14. 4 overs; C Wallace 3-1, V Buchanan 2-17)
Coleraine squad
Champions Bready are one win away from going through the campaign undefeated after they beat third-placed Coleraine by 63 runs at Sandel Lodge. Irish international Alana Dalzell top-scored with an unbeaten 56 (7 fours) as the Magheramason side posted 118 for 3. Coleraine’s reply never got going as they were skittled for 55, with Cody Wallace taking 3 for 1, and Vanessa Buchanan 2 for 17.
Other Match
Bready beat Fox Lodge men by 63 runs
Magheramason, 4 August.
 Bready 132/4 (C Wallace 34*, A Dalzell 24; E Wasson 4-24)
 Fox Lodge 69/7 (20 overs; L Neely 29*; C Wallace 3-5, V Buchanan 2-9)
Bready captain Alana Dalzell receives the Premier League trophy from Davy Caldwell
Bready Women retained the Premiership title with a convincing 63-run win over rivals Fox Lodge in their rearranged league game on Thursday night. Batting first, the Magheramason side posted 132 for 4, thanks primarily to an opening stand of 82 between Cody Wallace (34*) and skipper Alana Dalzell (24). Emma Wasson took four wickets in quick succession to give the Foxies hope of a comeback, but runs for Abbie McKnight (17*) got the innings back on track. The total was boosted by 55 extras – 51 of which were wides, and Fox Lodge, missing star player Mollie Devine, will be hoping to get their radars adjusted before their all-Ireland clash with CSNI. Wickets for Cody Wallace (3-5) and Vanessa Buchanan (2-9) meant the Ballymagorry side were never in serious contention in the chase. Lucy Neely top-scored with an unbeaten 29, while there were double-figure contributions from Hannah McLaughlin (14) and Sarah Black (13) as they finished on 69 for 7.
Use the pull down menu above to view the latest international, interprovincial and provincial league tables.
Video Highlights
 Breaking Boundaries
The trailer for Paul Davey's DVD of Ireland's history-making journey through the 2007 World Cup.
Ed Liddle's Player Profiles
 Phil Eaglestone
Ireland 2008-2011
Take Your Pic!
 Universe Boss
A photo of 'Universe Boss' Chris Gayle taken at Stormont.
Tournament Feature
 2008 European Under 17 Championship
N Ireland
Match from the Past
 Ireland beat Scotland by 7 wickets
ICC ENT, Harare, 6 April 2000
CricketEurope Magazine
 Malinga, Smith and Lee
Lasith Malinga, Steve Smith and Brett Lee are the favourites of Johnny Morton.
International Venues
Sion Mills CC
Sion Mills, County Tyrone
Latest Photos
 Under 19 World Cup, Ireland v England
21 January (ICC)
Paul Stirling
 Stand in captain Paul Stirling after their last ball loss against Zimbabwe