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Under 15 Final: Newbuildings beat Bready by 7 wickets
Bonds Glen, 2 September.
 Bready 101/4 (16 overs; M Collum 26, B Campbell 21
 Newbuildings 102/3 (13.1 overs; J McIvor 25, C Downey 21*)
Newbuildings cheer the U15 trophy
Newbuildings made it a league and cup double after beating near rivals Bready by seven wickets in the final at Bonds Glen. Matthew Collum (26) and Ben Campbell (21) shared an opening stand of 59 as the Magheramason side posted 101 for 4 in their 16 overs. Jack McIvor (25) and skipper Charlie Downey (21*) steered Newbuldings to the win with almost three overs to spare. They will now go forward to represent the NW in the All-Ireland semi-finals against CSNI at Stormont next Sunday.
Under 13 Final: Eglinton lost to Bready by 10 wickets (U13 Cup Final)
Eglinton, 1 September.
 Eglinton 93/9 (20 overs; H Coyle 27, R Thompson 17; Swarnim Jha 4-13, S Loughlin 2-28)
 Bready 93/0 (17 overs; Suyash 41*, B Campbell 40*)
Winners Bready
Bready's dominance of youth cricket in the North West continued this week as they beat Eglinton to win the U13 Boys Cup. Chasing 94 to win, Suyash (41*) and Ben Campbell (40*) knocked off the runs in 17 overs to secure the 10-wicket win against a battling home side. Harry Coyle top scored for Eglinton with 27, with Rhys Thompson making 17 in their 93 for 9. Player-of-the-Match Swarnim Jha claimed 4 for 13, twice taking two wickets in two balls. The other wicket takers were Sam Loughlin (2-28), Ron Killen (1-11) and Sophie Hamilton (1-18). Bready will now entertain Instonians in the All-Ireland semi-final on Sunday.
Under 11 Final: Bready beat Donemana by 17 runs
Killyclooney, 31 August.
 Bready 136/2 (20 overs; B Campbell 67, Karthik 30, Z Loughlin 21)
 Donemana 119/6 (20 overs; O Britton 43, S Rainey, 19, R Boyd 19; H Mutch 3-16, O Spence 2-20)
Double winners Bready
U11 boys completed a league and cup double as they beat Donemana by 17 runs in front of a crowd of over 200 at a sun-drenched Killyclooney. Player-of-the-Match Ben Campbell hit five boundaries in a top-score of 67 as they made 136-2 from their 20 overs. Karthik made a quickfire 30 (5 fours), while there were also runs for Zak Loughlin (21). Donemana lost Roy McGerrigle early in the chase, but runs for Ollie Britton, who hit five fours and the only six of the match in his 43, plus 19 apiece from Riley Boyd and Seth Rainey kept them in the hunt. Three wickets in an over from Harry Mutch (3-16) and two for Oliver Spence (2-20) clinched the win as they kept Donemana to 119, sealing the 17-run win.
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