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PWTNRLPts NRR
Derriaghy54001160.61
Lurgan53002121.38
Templepatrick43001120.99
Cregagh43001120.37
Armagh6300312-0.46
Laurelvale3200180.16
Donacloney Mill520038-0.28
Belfast410034-0.38
Ballymena410034-1.08
Drumaness Superkings400040-1.90

22 June Ballymena v Cregagh (Eaton Park)
22 June Derriaghy v Lurgan (Queensway)
22 June Donacloney Mill v Laurelvale (Factory Ground)
22 June Drumaness Superkings v Armagh (Village Ground)
22 June Templepatrick v Belfast (The Cloghan)
29 June Armagh v Templepatrick (The Mall)
29 June Ballymena v Donacloney Mill (Eaton Park)
29 June Cregagh v Derriaghy (Cregagh Memorial)
29 June Laurelvale v Drumaness Superkings (Laurelvale)
29 June Lurgan v Belfast (Pollock Park)
6 July Armagh v Laurelvale (The Mall)
6 July Cregagh v Belfast (Cregagh Memorial)
6 July Derriaghy v Donacloney Mill (Queensway)
6 July Drumaness Superkings v Ballymena (Village Ground)
6 July Templepatrick v Lurgan (The Cloghan)
13 July Ballymena v Laurelvale (Eaton Park)
13 July Belfast v Drumaness Superkings (Mallusk)
13 July Derriaghy v Armagh (Queensway)
13 July Lurgan v Donacloney Mill (Pollock Park)
13 July Templepatrick v Cregagh (The Cloghan)
20 July Ballymena v Armagh (Eaton Park)
20 July Cregagh v Lurgan (Cregagh Memorial)
20 July Drumaness Superkings v Derriaghy (Village Ground)
20 July Donacloney Mill v Belfast (Factory Ground)
20 July Laurelvale v Templepatrick (Laurelvale)
27 July Armagh v Belfast (The Mall)
27 July Cregagh v Donacloney Mill (Cregagh Memorial)
27 July Laurelvale v Derriaghy (Laurelvale)
27 July Lurgan v Drumaness Superkings (Pollock Park)
27 July Templepatrick v Ballymena (The Cloghan)
3 August Armagh v Derriaghy (The Mall)
3 August Cregagh v Templepatrick (Cregagh Memorial)
3 August Donacloney Mill v Lurgan (Factory Ground)
3 August Drumaness Superkings v Belfast (Village Ground)
3 August Laurelvale v Ballymena (Laurelvale)
10 August Ballymena v Drumaness Superkings (Eaton Park)
10 August Belfast v Cregagh (Mallusk)
10 August Donacloney Mill v Derriaghy (Factory Ground)
10 August Laurelvale v Armagh (Laurelvale)
10 August Lurgan v Templepatrick (Pollock Park)
17 August Ballymena v Lurgan (Eaton Park)
17 August Cregagh v Laurelvale (Cregagh Memorial)
17 August Derriaghy v Belfast (Queensway)
17 August Donacloney Mill v Armagh (Factory Ground)
17 August Templepatrick v Drumaness Superkings (The Cloghan)
24 August Armagh v Drumaness Superkings (The Mall)
24 August Belfast v Templepatrick (Mallusk)
24 August Cregagh v Ballymena (Cregagh Memorial)
24 August Laurelvale v Donacloney Mill (Laurelvale)
24 August Lurgan v Derriaghy (Pollock Park)
31 August Belfast v Lurgan (Mallusk)
31 August Derriaghy v Cregagh (Queensway)
31 August Donacloney Mill v Ballymena (Factory Ground)
31 August Drumaness Superkings v Laurelvale (Village Ground)
31 August Templepatrick v Armagh (The Cloghan)
7 September Armagh v Cregagh (The Mall)
7 September Belfast v Ballymena (Mallusk)
7 September Derriaghy v Templepatrick (Queensway)
7 September Drumaness Superkings v Donacloney Mill (Village Ground)
7 September Lurgan v Laurelvale (Pollock Park)
Ballymena beat Belfast by 24 runs
Eaton Park, 8 June.
Ballymena 126 (36.5 overs: Sameer Mohd 3-24, Mohhammad Chaudhary 2-18, Krishna Pandey 2-24)
Belfast 102 (23.4 overs: Jayesh Lacmane 26; Glen Adams 7-26, Michael Glass 3-20)
Glen Adams magnificent seven wickets haul bowled Ballymena to a 24-run win over Belfast in a low-scoring affair at Eaton Park. Adams claimed 7 for 26 with Michael Glass taking 3 for 20 as Belfast could only make 102 chasing what looked like a modest target of 126. Extras with 22 were the highest scorer for Ballymena, with Sameer Mohd taking three wickets.
Cregagh beat Armagh by 49 runs
Cregagh Memorial, 8 June.
Cregagh 299/9 (50 overs: Nikhilesh Ravikrishnan 97, Adam Beattie 39, Craig Boultwood 34, Jonny Moore 32, Jay Hunter 26, Aaron Johnston 24; William Mann 4-27, Quintin Dryer 3-35, Matthew Wright 2-81)
Armagh 250 (47 overs: Quintin Dryer 98, Michael Villiers 71, Jamie Rogers 20; Craig Boultwood 5-27, Alastair 3-34)
Craig Boultwood took 5 wickets (Cregagh CC)
Cregagh overcame Armagh in a high scoring game with some hard hitting on both sides. Nikhilesh Ravikrishnan hit 13 fours and 4 sixes in his 97, sharing a 5th wicket stand of 108 in 18 overs with Craig Boultwood (34). There were runs too for Adam Beattie (39), Jonny Moore (32), Jay Hunter (26) and Aaron Johnston (24) in a Cregagh total of 299 - four wickets for William Mann. The target looked achievable with in-form South African Quintin Dreyer racing to 98 from 71 balls - 15 fours, 3 sixes - adding 101 for the third wicket with Michael Villiers, who hit 8 fours in his 71. However, from 183 for 2, Craig Boultwood's five wickets saw The Mall side dismissed for 250.
Donacloney Mill beat Drumaness Superkings by 7 wickets
Factory Ground, 8 June.
Drumaness Superkings 243/9 (50 overs: Neil Gelston 69*, James Cunningham 42; Andrew Bingham 3-41, Timmy McClure 2-37, Mark Hanna 2-48)
Donacloney Mill 245/3 (36.1 overs: Atish Varape 151*, Neil Kilpatrick 27)
Donacloney Mill made light work of a 244-run target as Indian professional Atish Varape went on the rampage. In a savage display of controlled aggression, he hit 25 boundaries in an unbeaten 151, adding 70 for the third wicket with Neil Kilpatrick (27) and an unbroken 119 in 14 overs for the fourth with Matthew Lyttle (16*). Earlier, Neil Gelston scored an unbeaten 69 (8 fours, 1 six), while opener James Cunningham's 42 also included 8 fours.
Laurelvale lost to Lurgan by 60 runs
Laurelvale, 8 June.
Lurgan 296/8 (50 overs: Reghard Els 97, Stephen Johnston 64, Johnny Hunter 42, Jack Maxwell 20; Jack Burns 4-33, Daryl Henry 2-34)
Laurelvale 236 (43.4 overs: Daryl Henry 99*, Adnan Malik 34, Babar Khan 29; Syed Ali 4-30, Peter Maxwell 2-28, Darwish Nazari 2-48)
Lurgan won again as they beat Laurelvale by 60 runs in an entertaining contest. Skipper Stephen Johnston stroked 7 fours in his 64, sharing an opening stand of 124 with Johnny Hunter (42). Reghard Els then clobbered 8 fours and 3 sixes in a hard-hit 97 to get Lurgan to 296 for 8 - four wickets for Jack Burns. Daryl Henry took two wickets and just missed out on a century in the chase - stranded on 99 (9 fours, 5 sixes) as the hosts were all out for 236 - four wickets for Syed Ali.
Templepatrick lost to Derriaghy by 36 runs
The Cloghan, 8 June.
Derriaghy 206 (49 overs: Craig Lewis 90, Renco Adams 31; Ross Bryans 3-22, Jude Wilson 2-21, John Busby 2-28, Sam O'Mahony 2-29)
Templepatrick 170 (46.5 overs: Ross Bryans 43, Robert Smith 36, Nik Kane 22; Craig Lewis 3-35, Ross Bailey 2-26)
Derriaghy stalwart Craig Lewis was the hero for his team in a 36-run win at Templepatrick. Lewis made 90 from 88 balls (7 fours, 4 sixes) as the Queensway side posted 206 - Renco Adams making 31. Lewis them took three wickets with the ball as the hosts were kept to 170, despite 43 from Ross Bryans and 36 from opener Robert Smith. The win ensures Derriaghy stay top of Section One and on course for an immediate return to the Premiership.
Armagh beat Ballymena by 3 wickets
The Mall, 2 June.
Ballymena 284/7 (50 overs: John Glass 124, Glen Adams 77; Ben Mackey 4-41)
Armagh 290/7 (43.1 overs: Quentin Dreyer 195*, Bryden Laing 45; Sam Glass 3-40)
Quintin Dreyer scored 195 not out (Amy Robinson (Armagh CC))
A punishing unbeaten 195 from South African professional Quintin Dreyer powered Armagh to a 3-wicket win over Ballymena at The Mall. Dreyers bludgeoned 14 fours and 13 sixes in his 119-ball stay, adding 137 in 16 overs for the sixth wicket with countryman Bryden Laing (45) after they had been wobbling on 90 for 5 chasing 285. Earlier John Glass had also shown his power on his way to 124 off 108 balls (15 fours, 3 sixes) as he and Glen Adams (77) added 181 for the third wicket as Ballymena made 284 for 7. It looked a challenging total, but that didn't account for the destructiveness of Dreyer.
Donacloney Mill lost to Templepatrick by 27 runs
Factory Ground, 2 June.
Templepatrick 213 (47.4 overs: Ross Bryans 50, Samuel O'Mahony 46, Robert Smith 36, Richard Greer 21; Atish Varape 4-52, Mark Hanna 2-18)
Donacloney Mill 186 (46.4 overs: Atish Varape 32, Matthew Lyttle 31, Mark Campbell 31; John Busby 4-42, Samuel O'Mahony 3-24)
A third wicket stand of 84 between Ross Bryans and Sam O'Mahony (46) helped Templepatrick to a total of 213 at the Factory Ground. Bryans hit 6 fours and 2 sixes in his 43-ball innings, while there were runs too for Robert Smith (36) and Richard Greer (21). Atish Varpe took four wickets and top-scored with 32 in the chase. A 7th wicket stand of 72 between Matthew Lyttle and Mark Campbell - who each made 31 - kept the game in the balance, but four wickets for John Busby and three for O'Mahony clinched a 27-run win for Templepatrick.
Armagh beat Lurgan by 11 runs
The Mall, 4/5 June.
Armagh 255 (48.5 overs; Sam Wilson 101, Harry Doyle 63, Quintin Dreyer 27: Reghard Els 3-36, Darwish Nazari 2-44, Peter Maxwell 2-50)
Lurgan 244/9 (50 overs; Jack Harrison 63, Reghard Els 44, Syed Ali 22; Matthew Wright 2-35, Quintin Dreyer 2-43)
Sam Wilson scored 101 (Armagh CC)
Sam Wilson's century helped Armagh to an 11-run win over Lurgan in a match played over two nights at The Mall. Wilson hit 9 fours and 4 sixes in his 101, sharing a crucial stand with Harry Doyle who scored 63 as Armagh made a challenging 255. Lurgan made a brave fist of the chase, with Jack Harrison (63) and Reghard Els (44) making runs. In the end though, two wickets apiece from Matthew Wright and Quintin Dreyer kept the Pollock Park to 244 for 9 in an entertaining contest that could have gone either way.
Lurgan lost to Cregagh by 2 wickets
Pollock Park, 27 May.
Lurgan 93 (34.4 overs: Callum Grieve 39; Daniel Henry 3-10, Graeme Hassard 2-10, Alastair Watt 2-29)
Cregagh 94/8 (34.4 overs: Aaron Johnston 42; Paul Stafford 3-17, Reghard Els 3-18, Peter Maxwell 2-27) (1.00pm start - match reduced to 42 overs.)
A struggle for Lurgan after being asked to bat, losing captain Stephen Johnston in the first over and Aussie Reghard Els in the second, both without scoring. Callum Grieve (39) and Stephen Chambers (19) with the only double figure scores as the innings folded, three wickets for Daniel Henry and two each for Graeme Hassard and Alastair Watt. What looked to be a straightforward chase for Cregagh got off to the worst possible start as Els took revenge for his own dismissal by removing Jay Hunter lbw first ball of the reply, and doubling up, bowling Paul Douglas in the same over, Cregagh 3/2 after 1 over. Danny Cooper and Aaron Johnston steadied the ship adding 34 before Cooper was stumped, a wicket for the evergreen Paul Stafford with Els taking his third leaving Cregagh 57/4 at the halfway stage. It looks like it will be Aaron Johnston or nobody to win this for Cregagh as they lose another two wickets. Still 34 needed and only 4 wickets left - overs not a problem surely? Make that three wickets left as Stafford gets his third, Bob Moore lbw without scoring. Johnston gone! A second wicket for Peter Maxwell and scoring at a standstill, can Cregagh creep across the line from here? Lurgan are going to have to find another bowler here if 42 overs = 2x9 & 3x8. Els and Stafford have bowled 9 each and John Guy 8. So here comes Darwish Nazari - Maxwell has bowled 6 so they may actually need a sixth bowler! Not required in the end as Alastair Watt and Daniel Henry add an unbroken 23 for the ninth wicket and the win.
Derriaghy beat Drumaness Superkings by 48 runs
Queensway, 26 May.
Derriaghy 154/6 (20 overs: Ryan Beckett 31, Ross Bailey 27*, Renco Adams 24, Ivan Sinovich 21; Neil Gelston 3-25)
Drumaness Superkings 107 (16.4 overs: James Cunningham 28; Craig Lewis 4-29, Wayne Hughes 3-18, Ross Bailey 2-16)
A comfortable win for the home side after posting a healthy 154 in their 20 overs. Craig Lewis the only batter in their first seven not to reach double figures but he made up for that with the ball. James Cunningham hit three Sixes in his Superkings top score of 28 but three wickets from Wayne Hughes knocked the visitors back before Lewis picked up four leaving Ross Bailey to deliver the coup de grace with the final two in his fourth over.
Donacloney Mill lost to Belfast by 1 wicket
Banford Green, Tullylish, 26 May.
Donacloney Mill 297 (46.3 overs: Ryan Matthews 73, Atish Varape 72, Shane Warren 51, Neil Kilpatrick 41; Mohhammad Chaudrhary 4-29, Sameer Mohd 2-53)
Belfast 299/9 (48.3 overs: Ferhan Saeed 80, Sameer Mohd 63, Naveed Ahmad 45*, Krishna Pandey 32, Jayesh Lacmane 26; Ryan Matthews 4-61, Timmy McClure 2-39, Atish Varape 2-60)
An unbroken tenth wicket partnership of 42 saw Belfast snatch the points from the home side in this high scoring encounter. All looked lost for the visitors at 257/9 before Naveem Ahmad launched his assault blasting 4x4 and 4x6 including one to seal the win in his 45* off only 18 deliveries. His partner Shoaib Maqsood contributing 2 to the partnership. Earlier it had looked like Ryan Matthews had made the game safe for 'Cloney Mill with 73 and 4 wickets but it was not to be. A quickfire 80 from former Woodvale player Ferhan Saeed set Belfast on their way but it will be Ahmad's effort that will stick in the memory of his side and the throats of his opponents.
Ballymena lost to Derriaghy by 108 runs
Eaton Park, 25 May.
Derriaghy 217/5 (50 overs: Ross Bailey 63, Renco Adams 37*, Aaron Kinnin 32)
Ballymena 109 (40.3 overs: Craig Lewis 4-31, Callum Weir 2-12, Wayne Hughes 2-27)
Cregagh beat Drumaness Superkings by 3 wickets
Cregagh Memorial, 25 May.
Drumaness Superkings 208/9 (50 overs: Neil Gelston 50, Jaiswal Jagdishnarayan 27, Ravikiran Shanbogue 25, Senthikumar Santhanakrishnan 23; Danny Cooper 3-35, Alastair Watt 2-26)
Cregagh 211/7 (49.1 overs: Aaron Johnston 55, Danny Cooper 36, Nikhilesh Ravihrishnan 34, Craig Boultwood 20; Vishal Sharma 2-53, Darren Oldroyd 2-62)
Belfast lost to Laurelvale by 2 wickets
Banford Green, Tullylish, 25 May.
Belfast 226 (45.4 overs: Mohammad Chaudrhary 85, Sameer Mohd 65, Jayesh Lacmane 22; Michael Burns 2-24, Jack Burns 2-48)
Laurelvale 229/8 (46.2 overs: Extras 47, John Livingstone 43, Adam Speers 26, Adnan Malik 26, Mark Thornbury 24, Mohammad Ajmal 21*; Sameer Mohd 2-36, Shoaib Maqsood 2-36)
Lurgan beat Armagh by 10 wickets
Pollock Park, 25 May.
Armagh 106 (37.5 overs: Michael Hoey 44*; Reghard Els 4-18, Paul Stafford 2-11, Darwish Nazari 2-18, Callum Grieve 2-20)
Lurgan 107/0 (16.4 overs: Johnny Hunter 53*, Stephen Johnston 43*)
Templepatrick beat Donacloney Mill by 8 wickets
The Cloghan, 25 May.
Donacloney Mill 173 (42.1 overs: Joshua Cunningham 51, Neil Kilpatrick 40, Atish Varape 35; Jacob Scarlett 4-13, Levi Cave 2-6)
Templepatrick 174/2 (26 overs: Robert Smith 76, Samuel O'Mahony 73*)
Derriaghy beat Armagh by 5 runs
Queensway, 19 May.
Derriaghy 219/8 (50 overs; Ryan Beckett 72, Aaron Kinnin 32, Renco Adams 30; Matthew Wright 4-29, Michael Hoey 2-35)
Armagh 214 (47.4 overs; Andrew Hoey 55, Jamie Rogers 50, Quintin Dreyer 47; Renco Adams 2-28)
Belfast lost to Armagh by 41 runs
Mallusk, 11 May.
Armagh 264/7 (50 overs: Michael Villiers 60, Samuel Wilson 46, Stuart McCall 38, Harry Doyle 30, Michael Hoey 21*; N Ahmed 3-40, S Maqsood 2-40, Ferhan Saeed 2-65)
Belfast 223 (46.1 overs: S Maqsood 66, Ferhan Saeed 43, H Hussain 27, A Murtaza 23; Samuel McCall 5-46, Harry Doyle 3-33, Ben Mackey 2-40)
Derriaghy lost to Laurelvale by 63 runs
Queensway, 11 May.
Laurelvale 264/8 (50 overs: Adnan Malik 54, David Sinton 53*, Mark Thornbury 31, Adam Speers 20; Wayne Hughes 2-36. Ross Bailey 2-39, Renco Adams 2-63)
Derriaghy 201 (36 overs: Craig Lewis 80, Ross Bailey 39; Adam Speers 3-25, Kurshid Subhani 3-26, Mohammad Ajmal 3-30)
Donacloney Mill beat Cregagh by 1 wicket
Factory Ground, 11 May.
Cregagh 195 (49.2 overs: Aaron Johnston 50, Craig Boultwood 42, Adam McCormick 31*, Danny Cooper 20; Mark Hanna 5-39, Tim McClure2-27, Andrew Bingham 2-39)
Donacloney Mill 197/9 (46 overs: Shane Warren 60, Neil Kilpatrick 36, Mark Hanna 20; Adam McCormick 3-32, Alastair Watt 2-29, Charlie Shannon 2-44)
A nail-biting finish at the Factory Ground saw the home side creep across the line by the narrowest of margins. Cregagh's total of 195 featured a 66 run fourth wicket partnership of 66 between Craig Boultwood and Aaron Johnston. But as partnerships go it was surpassed by the tenth wicket unbroken 25 between Andrew Bingham (17) and Timmy McClure (6) that saw Donacloney Mill to the win.
Ballymena lost to Templepatrick by 95 runs
Eaton Park, 11 May.
Templepatrick 263 (47.5 overs: Ross Bryans 75, Sam O'Mahony 72, Michael Stewart 29*, Ben Cave 28; Owen Dick 3-7, Anthony Frazer 3-52, John Glass 2-30)
Ballymena 168 (38.2 overs: Sam Glass 68; Sam O'Mahony 3-26, Michael Stewart 2-18, Robert Smith 2-22)
Derriaghy v Drumaness Superkings - postponed
Queensway, 5 May.
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