There was treble success for the NW at the Cricket Ireland awards night as Andy Britton claimed the Club Player of the Year award, while Joe Doherty and Lofty McGonigle were also honoured.

Brigade skipper Britton has been instrumental as the Beechgrove side dominated the region's main competitions again in 2019, and beat off stiff competition to claim the accolade.

Robert 'Lofty' McGonigle has been a long serving stalwart at Donemana fulfilling a variety of roles over the years, and this was recognized as he picked up the Volunteer of the Year prize.

Finally Strabane's Joe Doherty, a former Chairman and President of Cricket Ireland was a worthy recipient of the Outstanding Services to Irish Cricket Award.

Ardmore missed out to Pembroke on the Club of the Year prize, while Graham Hume was beaten to the interpro award by Harry Tector.