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50 overs: Dublin University v Fingal. Match abandoned.
College Park, 26 May.
Dublin University 63/9 (28 overs, Jamie Forbes 17; Nasir Totakhil 5-17, Jeremy Martins 2-19)
The weather came to Dublin University's rescue as they were floundering on 63 for 9 in 28 overs when the rain won the day. DU's innings never got going after being put in. Jamie Forbes 17 was their modest top score on a day to forget. The damage was done primarily by Nasir Totakhil who claimed a five-wicket haul, while Jeremy Martins took 2 for 19.
50 overs: South Dublin & Midlands v Dublin City. Match abandoned.
Park Avenue, 26 May.
Dublin City 58/5 (16.3 overs)
South Dublin & Midlands
The rain also put paid to the contest at Park Avenue where Dublin City were in trouble at 58 for 5 in the 17th over when play was abandoned.
T20: Dublin University lost to Fingal by 47 runs
College Park, 23 May.
Fingal 151/5 (20 overs: Dylan Lues 59*, Chris De Freitas 29; William Barker 3-31, Yash Balasubramanium 2-31)
Dublin University 104/7 (20 overs: Stephen Black 30, Jamie Forbes 21, Rory Betley 20; Nasir Totakhil 3-13, Brandon Kruger 2-23)
T20: South Dublin & Midlands beat Dublin City by 2 runs
College Park, 23 May.
South Dublin & Midlands 128 (19.3 overs: Abidullah taniwal 28, Srihan Karpe 27; Cillian Mcdonnell 5-21, Daniel Forkin 4-16)
Dublin City 126/6 (20 overs: Liam McCarthy 33, Ashil Prakash 26, Andrew Doheny 20*; Srihan Karpe 2-19)
T20: Dublin University v Dublin City
College Park, 17 May.
Dublin University 107/7 (20 overs; David Vincent 51, Mikey O'Reilly 25; Swapnil Modgill 2-8, Cillian McDonnell 2-20)
Dublin City 108/4 (16.3 overs; Hedayat Ullah 41, Swapnil Modgill 23; Jamie Forbes 2-23)
Dublin City eased to a six-wicket win over the students at College Park. David Vincent's 51 held Trinity together as they posted 107 for 7, adding 58 for the 5th wicket with Mikey O'Reilly (25). The City side were always in control of the chase, with Hedayat Ullah (41) and Swapnil Modgill (23) in the runs as they passed their modest target in the 17th over.
T20: South Dublin & Midlands lost to Fingal by 70 runs
College Park, 17 May.
Fingal 173/7 (20 overs; Sebastian De Oliveria 50, Brandon Kruger 27, Chris De Freitas 26, Dylan Lues 26; Abidullah Taniwal 3-31)
South Dublin & Midlands 103/7 (20 overs; Alan Mathew 29, Mark Tonge 23, Dylan Lues 3/9, Nasir Totakhil 2-26)
Sebastian De Oliveria's half century led Fingal to a comprehensive 70-run win over South Dublin & the Midlands in their T20 clash at College parl. The Balbriggan player hit 5 fours and 2 sixes in his 30-ball knock, adding 73 in 7 overs with Dylan Lues (26). Skipper Brandon Kruger (27) and Chris De Freitas (26) also chipped in with runs as they posted 173 for 7. The chase never got going as Lues took 3 for 9 and Nasir Totakhil 2 for 26 to restrict their opponents to 103 for 7 - Alan Mathew top scoring with 29 and Mark Tonge making 23.
50 overs: Dublin University v South Dublin & Midlands. Match postponed
College Park, 6 May.
Dublin University
South Dublin & Midlands
The game was cancelled due to the ongoing students protest at the Trinity campus.
50 overs: Fingal beat Dublin City by 9 wickets
Jack Harper Ground, 6 May.
Dublin City 64 (24.2 overs; Callum O'Byrne 18; Jeremy Martins 5-25, Nasir Totakhil 2-2, Dylan Lues 2-9)
Fingal 65/1 (5.5 overs; Cameron Rowe 50*)
Action from Jack Harper Park (CricketEurope)
Fingal beat Dublin City by 9 wickets in a game that was as one-sided as it gets. There was no indication of the fireworks to follow as Dublin reached 25/0 after 7 overs, but thereafter it was all the home side. Jeremy Martins claimed 5 for 25, including a spell of three wickets in four balls to rip the heart out of the middle order. Mike Frost had got the initial breakthrough, while there were two wickets apiece for Nasir Totakhil and Dylan Lues as the visitors were bowled out for just 64. Cameron Rowe then hit 10 fours and a six in a 22-ball half century to clinch a 9-wicket win in just 5.5 overs. Esmat Ibrahimi getting the consolation wicket of North County's Suliman Safi.
50 overs: Dublin University lost to Dublin City by 6 wickets
College Park, 28 April.
Dublin University 237/9 (50 overs; Stephen Black 44, Theo Dempsey 44, David Vincent 30; Sean O’Brien 3-58)
Dublin City 240/4 (36.1 overs; Liam McCarthy 85*, Hedayat Ullah Khogiani 59*; William Barker 2-53)
Liam McCarthy (CricketEurope)
50 overs: Fingal beat South Dublin & Midlands by 124 runs
The Vineyard, 28 April.
Fingal 264/9 (50 overs; Brandon Kruger 46, Seb De Oliveria 35, Dylan Lues 29, John Devane 24, Chris De Freitas 22, Nasir Totakhil 20; Abidullah Taniwal 5-40, Srihan Karpe 2-33)
South Dublin & Midlands 140 (30.2 overs; Mark Tonge 36, Younas Ahmadzai 32, Tristan de Beer 31; Chris De Freitas 6-12, Seb De Oliveria 3-16)
Chris De Freitas took 6-12 (CricketEurope)
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