NWCU Women's Cricket 2024
17 June Eglinton v Bready (Eglinton)
17 June Fox Lodge v Newbuildings (Ballymagorry)
17 June Strabane v Bonds Glen (Strabane Park)
24 June Bonds Glen v Eglinton (Bonds Glen)
24 June Bready v Coleraine (Magheramason)
24 June Newbuildings v Strabane (Foyleview Arena)
1 July Coleraine v Bonds Glen (Sandel Lodge)
1 July Strabane v Fox Lodge (Strabane Park)
1 July Eglinton v Newbuildings (Eglinton)
8 July Fox Lodge v Eglinton (Ballymagorry)
8 July Newbuildings v Coleraine (Foyleview Arena)
8 July Bonds Glen v Bready (Bonds Glen)
15 July Coleraine v Fox Lodge (Sandel Lodge)
15 July Eglinton v Strabane (Eglinton)
15 July Bready v Newbuildings (Magheramason)
22 July Strabane v Coleraine (Strabane Park)
22 July Newbuildings v Bonds Glen (Foyleview Arena)
22 July Fox Lodge v Bready (Ballymagorry)
29 July Coleraine v Eglinton (Sandel Lodge)
29 July Bonds Glen v Fox Lodge (Bonds Glen)
29 July Bready v Strabane (Magheramason)
5 August Bonds Glen v Strabane (Bonds Glen)
5 August Newbuildings v Fox Lodge (Foyleview Arena)
5 August Bready v Eglinton (Magheramason)
Fox Lodge beat Bonds Glen by 10 wickets
Ballymagorry, 10 June.
Bonds Glen 77/6 (20 overs; Emily Young 19; Lucy Neely 2-10)
Fox Lodge 81/0 (12 overs; Sarah Black 41*, Lucy Neely 27*)
Sarah Black and Lucy Neely were the match winners for Fox Lodge (Fox Lodge CC)
Second placed Fox Lodge kept pace with the leaders as they too won by ten wickets at home to Bonds Glen. The Bee Gees posted 77 for 6, with double figure contributions from Emily Young (19), Leah Thompson (15*), and Cherith Thompson (11). Lucy Neely took 2 for 10, plus a wicket apiece for Lucy Blair, Mollie Devine, Kacey Laird, and Kara Bates. The modest target proved little trouble for the Foxies, with Sarah Black hitting 3 fours and 2 sixes in a 32-ball unbeaten 41. Her opening stand of 81 in 12 overs was with Neely who hit three boundaries in her 27 not out.
Coleraine lost to Eglinton by 7 wickets
Sandel Lodge, 10 June.
Coleraine 126/7 (20 overs; Amy Caulfield 85*; Jenny Jackson 2-15, Lucy Carmichael 2-29)
Eglinton 127/3 (19.5 overs; Jenny Jackson 51*)
The winning Eglinton side (Stephen McCartney)
In contrast to the two other one-sided games on Monday night, Coleraine and Eglinton produced a real nail-biter that went to the penultimate ball. Amy Caulfield dominated the Bannsiders' innings, making 85 not out in their 126 for 7. She hit 11 fours and one maximum in her 67-ball knock as she continued her recent excellent form, sharing a third wicket stand of 50 with Kenya McCartney (13). Lucy Carmichael and Jenny Jackson took two wickets apiece, and Jackson was to be the Eglinton hero in the reply. Her 51 not out (4 fours) also featured a half century stand with Rosie McHugh (16). In the final analysis Coleraine will reflect on the 42 extras conceded, which included 34 wides and 3 no-balls which were to prove decisive.
Strabane lost to Bready by 10 wickets
Strabane Park, 10 June.
Strabane 84/4 (20 overs; Kylie McGarrigle 32, Chloe Deans 23)
Bready 85/0 (9.1 overs; Alana Dalzell 40*, Lucy McGranaghan 28*)
Kylie McGarrigle scored 32 (Lawrence Moore)
Leaders Bready flexed their muscles with an emphatic 10-wicket win at Strabane. The Red Caps lost opener Emma Doherty third ball bowled by Jodie Spence, but recovered thanks to a second wicket stand of 73 in 17 overs between Kylie McGarrigle (32) and Chloe Deans (23). Erin Mowbray dismissed McGarrigle, plus there were two run-outs in the home side's 84 for 4. The chase was a straightforward one as Irish international Alana Dalzell hit six fours in her 29-ball unbeaten 40, while opening partner Lucy McGranaghan made 28 not out in their 85-run stand in the 10th over.
Coleraine beat Strabane by 140 runs
Sandel Lodge, 3 June.
Coleraine 235/1 (20 overs; Amy Caufield 103*, Kia McCartney 75*, Hannah Skinner 23)
Strabane 95/9 (20 overs; Aimee-Lee Finlay 15; Kia McCartney 3-16, Connie Block 2-14, R Tosh 2-19)
Amy Caufield and Kia McCartney shared a second wicket stand of 167 (Stephen McCartney)
Amy Caufield scored an unbeaten century as Coleraine gained revenge for their shock cup defeat by Strabane earlier in the season. Caufield hit 16 fours and one six in her 103 in 56 balls. She shared an opening stand of 68 with Hannah Skinner (23) and then added an unbroken 167 in 82 balls with Kia McCartney, who hit 12 boundaries in her 75 not out as the Bannsiders piled up 235 for 1.Strabane managed 95 for 9 in the reply with Aimee-Lee Finlay making 15. McCartney (3-16), Connie Block (2-14), and Rebecca Tosh (2-10) sharing the wickets.
Bonds Glen beat Newbuildings by 7 wickets
Bonds Glen, 3 June.
Newbuildings 143/1 (20 overs; Ella Wasson 72*, Laura McGarrigle 40*)
Bonds Glen 144/3 (17 overs; Steph Wilkinson 56, Lucy Thompson 38*; Kate Guy 2-31)
Ella Wasson (72*) and Laura McGarrigle (40*) shared a second wicket stand of 142 to help Newbuildings to what looked a challenging total of 143 for 1 at Bonds Glen. However, Steph Wilkinson top-scored with 56 (7 fours, 1 six) sharing stands of 58 with Emily Young (17) and 69 in 6 overs with Lucy Thompson (38*) as the Bee Gees won by 7 wickets with 3 overs to spare.
Bready beat Fox Lodge by 7 wickets
Magheramason, 3 June.
Fox Lodge 104/7 (20 overs; Sarah Black 26, Lucy Neely 24; Sophie Hamilton 2-12, Tori Mitchell 2-17, Mansi Bhavsar 2-20)
Bready 105/3 (19.1 overs; Lucy McGranaghan 41*, Millie Spence 28, Alana Dalzell 15)
Bready openers Millie Spence and Lucy McGranaghan shared an opening stand of 70 (CricketEurope)
Bready won the top of the table clash as they edged out Fox Lodge, chasing 104 to win by seven wickets in the last over. Both innings followed similar patterns with Fox Lodge's Sarah Black (26) and Lucy Neely (24) sharing an opening stand of 74 before being pegged back by two wickets apiece for Tori Mitchell, Sophie Hamilton and Mansi Bhavsar. The Bready innings also featured a strong opening stand as Lucy McGranaghan (41*) and Millie Spence (28) put on 70, and despite a few tense moments, the home side helped by quite a few extras got home with five balls to spare.
Fox Lodge beat Coleraine by 7 wickets
Ballymagorry, 27 May.
Coleraine 77/7 (18 overs; Eva Gaston 37; Kara Bates 3-10, Lucy Neely 2-6)
Fox Lodge 79/3 (12.2 overs; Mollie Devine 44*; Hannah Skinner 2-25)
Amelia Guy is bowled by Lucy Neely (Lawrence Moore)
Fox Lodge were comfortable 7 wickets winners against Coleraine at Ballymagorry. Eva Gaston hit 5 fours as the Bannsiders made a modest 77 for 7 in another match reduced to 18 overs. Former skipper Kara Bates took 3 for 10, while Lucy Neely's new-ball effort saw her claim 2 for 6. Mollie Devine hit 6 fours in an unbeaten 44 to guide the Foxies to victory in the 13th over - Hannah Skinner picking up 2-25.
Strabane lost to Eglinton by 9 wickets
Strabane Park, 27 May.
Strabane 92/4 (18 overs; Chloe Deans 30*, Kylie McGarrigle 17; Alice McLaughlin 2-17)
Eglinton 96/1 (11.4 overs; Arianna McKenna 40, Jennifer Jackson 32*)
Action from Strabane v Eglinton (Michael Gillespie)
Eglinton ran out 9 wicket winners at Strabane Park after restricting the home side to 92 for 4 in 18 overs. Chloe Deans top-scored with an unbeaten 30, while Kylie McGarrigle made 17 - two wickets for Alice Mclaughlin (2-17). The chase was a straightforward one as Arianna McKenna hit 5 fours in her 40, adding 86 for the opening partnership with Jenny Jackson, who made 32 not out (3 fours).
Newbuildings lost to Bready by 142 runs
Foyleview Arena, 27 May.
Bready 181/1 (18 overs; Millie Spence 79*, Alana Dalzell 68*)
Newbuildings 51 (17 overs; Armani Mitchell 13; Mansi Bhavsar 3-3, Kaylee Barnard 2-10, Jodie Spence 2-20) (Target 194 in 18 overs)
Millie Spence and Alana Dalzell (CricketEurope)
Defending champions Bready were convincing 142-run DLS winners over Newbuildings with Millie Spence and Alana Dalzell both making half centuries. Spence top-scored with an unbeaten 79 from 53 balls that included 12 fours, sharing a second wicket stand of 147 in 15 overs with Irish international Dalzell who made a 52-ball 68 not out (10 fours, 1 six). A total of 181 in 18 overs was adjusted upwards to 194 but the home side were bundled out for 51 - three wickets for Mansi Bhavsar and two apiece for Kaylee Barnard and Jodie Spence.
Bready beat Bonds Glen by 8 wickets
Magheramason, 20 May.
Bonds Glen 106/6 (20 overs; Lucy Thompson 41; Tiara Mitchell 2-21)
Bready 107/2 (15 overs; Millie Spence 32, Lucy McGranaghan 24, Alana Dalzell 18*)
Defending champions Bready eased to an 8 wicket win at home to Bonds Glen. Lucy Thompson hit five boundaries in a top score of 41 as the Bee Gees made 106 for 6 - two wickets for Tiara Mitchell, and one apiece for Sophie Hamilton, Kaylee Barnard, Millie and Jodie Spence. The result was never in doubt after an opening stand of 71 in 9 overs between Millie Spence (32) and Lucy McGranaghan (24). Irish international Alana Dalzell's 18 not out confirming the win with 5 overs left.
Eglinton lost to Fox Lodge by 9 wickets
Eglinton, 20 May.
Eglinton 70/8 (20 overs; Megan McClintock 20*; Mollie Devine 4-12, Lucy Blair 3-11)
Fox Lodge 71/1 (9.2 overs; Sarah Black 28, Mollie Devine 17*, Lucy Neely 13*)
Eglinton Women (Eglinton CC)
Fox Lodge travelled to Eglinton and emerged comfortable 9-wicket winners. The hosts were soon in deep trouble as four wickets for Mollie Devine and three for Lucy Blair saw them reeling at 36 for 7, before skipper Megan McClintock made 20 to get them to 70 for 8. The Ballymagorry side romped to the win inside 10 overs with Sarah Black hitting 5 fours in her 28, while Devine made a run-a-ball 17 not out and Lucy Neely an unbeaten 13.
Coleraine beat Newbuildings by 125 runs
Sandel Lodge, 20 May.
Coleraine 165/1 (20 overs; Amy Caufield 86*, Amelia Guy 37, Eva Gaston 18*)
Newbuildings 40 (14.1 overs; Kenya McCartney 3-8, Amy Caufield 2-3)
Amelia Guy and Amy Caufield shared an opening stand of 130 (Stephen McCartney)
Coleraine ran out convincing 125-run winners against Newbuildings at Sandel Lodge. Amy Caufield hit 14 boundaries in an unbeaten 86, sharing an opening stand of 130 with Amelia Guy who made 37. There were runs too for Eva Gaston (18*) as the Bannsiders posted an imposing 165 for 1. The visitors were bundled out for 40 in the reply with Kenya McCartney taking 3 for 8, while Caufield completed a fine all-round display to claim 2 for 3.
Strabane beat Coleraine by 9 runs
Strabane Park, 12 May.
Strabane 100/8 (30 overs; Aimee-Lee Finlay 22; Kia McCartney 3-12, Hannah Skinner 3-13)
Newbuildings 91 (16 overs; Kia McCartney 19, Amy Guy 19; Emma Doherty 5-18, Nicola Mullen 3-22)
Nicola Mullen and Emma Doherty took a combined 8 wickets as Strabane beat Coleraine by 9 runs in the Women's Cup (Lawrence Moore)
Emma Doherty and Nicola Mullen bowled Strabane to a 9-run win over Coleraine at the Park in the Women's Senior Cup. Defending 100, Coleraine looked favourites to progress before the pair inspired a comeback with Doherty taking 5 for 18 and Mullen 3 for 22. Earlier Kia McCartney and Hannah Skinner had each taken three wickets in a fine bowling display, with Aimee-Lee Finlay's 22 the highest score of the day.
Bonds Glen v Coleraine. Match abandoned.
Bonds Glen, 13 May.
Bonds Glen
Coleraine
Newbuildings v Eglinton. Match abandoned.
Foyleview Arena, 13 May.
Newbuildings
Eglinton
Fox Lodge v Strabane. Match abandoned.
Ballymagorry, 13 May.
Fox Lodge
Strabane
Eglinton lost to Bonds Glen by 3 wickets
Eglinton, 6 May.
Eglinton 61/5 (20 overs; Megan McClintock 15; Steph Wilkinson 2-12)
Bonds Glen 62/7 (14.3 overs; Alice McLaughlin 3-10, Jenni Jackson 2-13, Lucy Carmichael 2-18)
Bonds Glen got the better of Eglinton in a low scoring contest in the village. The home side found the going tough against an accurate Bee Gees attack who kept them to 61 for 5 in their 20 overs. Skipper Megan McClintock top-scored with 15, while Steph Wilkinson claimed 2 for 12. Jessica Cooke (1-5), Rihanna Young (1-6) and Lucy Thompson (1-16) all bowled well too. Bonds Glen found the Eglinton equally challenging and with wickets for Alice McLaughlin (3-10), Jenni Jackson (2-13) and Lucy Carmichael (2-18) the game could have gone either way. Wilkinson (13) and Cherith Thompson's (10) runs the difference in a tight game.
Strabane beat Newbuildings by 11 runs
Strabane Park, 6 May.
Strabane 105/6 (20 overs; Emma Doherty 29, Hazel Britton 17, Chloe Deans 17; Ella Wason 2-20)
Newbuildings 94 (19 overs; Ella Wasson 19; Abaigh Gillespie 4-24, Nicola Mullen 3-32, Chloe Deans 2-14)
Abaigh Gillespie took four wickets (Michael Gillespie)
Abaigh Gillespie took four wickets including the prize scalp of Ella Wasson as Strabane edged out Newbuildings by 11 runs in the Park. Batting first the Red Caps made 105 for 6 in their 20 overs with Emma Doherty top-scoring with 29, and 17 apiece from Hazel Britton and skipper Chloe Deans. Ella Wasson (2-20) was the pick of the bowlers and she also was best of the batters, making 19 as Newbuildings were dismissed for 94 in the penultimate over. Gillespie was the star claiming 4/24, while Nicola Mullen took 3/32 and Chloe Deans 2-14 to get the new look Strabane side off to a winning start.
Bready beat Coleraine by 7 wickets
Magheramason, 6 May.
Coleraine 82 (18.2 overs; Connie Block 16, Kia McCartney 15, Hannah Skinner 13; Millie Spence 3-14, Jodie Spence 2-13, Sophie Hamilton 2-7)
Bready 83/3 (14.4 overs; Kaylee Barnard 27*, Lucy McGranaghan 18, Jodie Spence 14*; Connie Block 2-18)
Kayleigh Barnard and Jodie Spence shared a 4th wicket stand of 47 (Stephen McCartney)
Defending champions Bready got their Premiership campaign off to a winning start as they beat Coleraine. Three wickets for Millie Spence, plus two apiece for Sophie Hamilton and Jodie Spence saw the Bannsiders dismissed for 82. Connie Block made 16, while there were also double figure contributions from Kia McCartney (15) and Hannah Skinner (15). There were early runs for Lucy McGranaghan (18), but two wickets for Connie Block (2-18) had the contest in the balance at 36 for 3. However, Kaylee Barnard (27*) and Jodie Spence (14*) sealed the 7 wickets win with an unbroken stand of 47 for the fourth wicket.
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